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Do you feel that we are carrying too many series?

11 %11 %11 % 11.15% (197)
81 %81 %81 % 81.10% (1433)
7 %7 %7 % 7.75% (137)
Total comments added = 38 Total votes cast = 1767
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Comment made by lee ( ) on 2013-12-27 20:31:29

I like some shows more than others (HN best!)Have never cared for any version of Holmes, book, TV, audio but maybe I will learn to like, though the accents are tough for me to understand, same with Hilary Caine and some of the British TV shows. Must have a bad ear for accents. Need straight NW/Midwest. Do like the TV Elementary. Different take, period, etc. Wasn't crazy about Powder River until was forced to listen because there was no HN. Now enjoy. Perhaps other shows will grow on me too. Don't like gore, horror, zombies, terror... Most of what I've heard are a great stories, family listening. They make one think, enjoy. Am impressed with the stories and how well performed. Class and quality!
Comment made by Laurence Coven ( ) on 2013-12-06 20:23:08

I think it's too many because I look forward most to New Adventures of SH and wish you had more time for them.
Comment made by Dave ( ) on 2013-10-15 21:38:53

We like most of your shows. Do. to enjoy powder river. Would like jim and Larry to put together a western. I could see a program based on pacific northwest in the early 1800s. Really enjoy the war years with harry. Keep up the good work
Comment made by S. Risi ( ) on 2013-07-02 04:42:54

Too many series? No, not at all! IM could introduce even more series and it still wouldn't be too much. It would be awesome if somehow IM could produce a reboot of 'The Shadow' or something close to it.
Comment made by Kelly ( ) on 2013-06-08 22:39:13

I like Harry Nile and Sherlock Holmes the best I would love to have more Harry Nile episodes. I would like to have more Kerides as well. Thanks!
Comment made by Bill ( ) on 2013-03-24 15:03:02

While there are series I prefer, I think you've got a good mix of genres and I don't see any series that are redundant. Having said that, here's a vote for more Kerides; and I wouldn't mind seeing a few more Mr. Darnborough episodes recorded and presented.
Comment made by Jim ( ) on 2013-03-12 11:38:08

Keep up the good work. I never miss an episode unless I'm in an area where I can't receive them. I like them all. Incidentally, Larry Albert, your different voice characterizations are superb! Also you too John Patrick Lowrey.
Comment made by Richard L Walker ( ) on 2013-01-23 02:34:34

I guess to each his own. I like the Kerides the Thinker series. Then again I enjoy brother Cadphil, uhhh, elsewhere.
Comment made by Laurell Millheim ( ) on 2012-08-29 16:26:18

My husband and I listen via XM radio on a daily basis and truely enjoy all the shows with Sherlock, Nile, and Powder River being our favorites. The story lines are amazingly robust within the time constraints,and consistantly well acted across the series. It's unfortunate that there are so many reruns, especially so on satellite radio but we so look forward to the occasional new issue, even when it brings with it the loss of a favorite character like Murphy1. Thank you all so much for this very valued form of entertainment.
Comment made by TomK ( ) on 2012-07-07 03:09:38

I agree with Emmett and others of that type. In my opinion, for what little it's worth, there aren't enough audio dramas 'out there' in production and known about as it is. So it's fine with me that your production company carries as many series as you do and mixes them up a bit with what you do or don't have on your schedule. Otherwise, take care and best wishes. TomK
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