Poll Results

What is your favorite series Part Two

The Adventures of Harry Nile
36 %36 %36 % 36.87% (931)
Kincaid, the Strangeseeker
7 %7 %7 % 7.33% (185)
The Hilary Caine Mysteries
3 %3 %3 % 3.92% (99)
The Further/Classic Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
23 %23 %23 % 23.60% (596)
Kerides, the Thinker
4 %4 %4 % 4.44% (112)
Raffles, the Gentleman Thief
3 %3 %3 % 3.68% (93)
Powder River
17 %17 %17 % 17.39% (439)
Crisis/Movies For Your Mind
2 %2 %2 % 2.77% (70)
Total comments added = 35 Total votes cast = 2525
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Comment made by Tom ( ) on 2015-06-17 18:33:58

I love "The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" And I also love the intermittent "hat tip" to the otr previous serials, (Shelly & Hobbs, Frederick Worlock, etc.) All new, brilliantly written stories, with an exceptional cast. Thank you so much. Long may it continue.
Comment made by RachelJ ( ) on 2015-06-01 22:57:55

I wish Crisis and Movies For Your Mind were on more often.
Comment made by Lee ( ) on 2015-04-23 00:28:38

Harry Nile is my number 1. The show a warm fuzzy blanket up around my neck. Doesn't matter if it's Phil or Larry, the writing and acting is tops and the icing is Murphy. Even though not a French production, I enjoy Power River. Acting not as smooth, or maybe designed that way, but an easy show to listen to and relax.
Comment made by Dave ( ) on 2015-03-17 02:09:01

Jim, I want to thank you for your wonderful radio programs you present to the radio audience. As a Vancouverite, I spent a lot of time in Seattle and recall visiting relatives in Seattle in the 1950's. Thus I find your authenticity of the settings for the Adventures of Harry Nile to be very enjoyable. Harry is indeed a fine detective, with his side kick and supporting cast giving us a delightful half hour of entertainment. May I suggest perhaps tying in to future stories some references to the Seattle Raniers, Seattle Totems or the great Elgin Baylor who of course played in the state of Washington way back in the 1950's. It would also be fun to see Harry travel to Vancovuer once in a while on an assignment. Again thank you for your great programs.
Comment made by Travis C. ( ) on 2015-03-11 03:04:16

While I really like Harry Nile, I'd say Further Adv. of Sherlock Holmes. The casting is great, I really like most of the stories. I like Classic, but I've heard/read the stories so many times. Hilary/Raffles would be close behind H. Nile. In my opinion, Raffles is an underrated series, and I'd love to hear more.
Comment made by Phil ( ) on 2014-12-21 23:53:59

Unfair to make us choose one! All good in their own way, but Harry is #1 w/Sherlock #2. Thanks KFMB-San Diego for carrying this every Sunday!
Comment made by TheJ ( ) on 2014-12-12 04:57:45

Movies For Your Mind is my favorite
Comment made by Marcy Holker ( ) on 2014-10-05 20:57:11

Sherlock Holmes is my favorite.
Comment made by cheri holker ( ) on 2014-10-05 20:52:32

We, our family of eleven, love the Harry Nile series, and Powder River. All of the series are interesting in their own way!
Comment made by Linda ( ) on 2014-09-23 13:20:57

I get tickled at these little opinion votes, as we can only select one... So I comment further... :-) I like: #1. Sherlock Holmes #2. Harry Niles These two are actually interchangeable with me... I also like Kerides (sp) and movies for your mind when they are posted here... The others,,, not so much... The least of listening importance to me is Powder River, I just don't care for westerns... I do love most your actors, they put their ALL into the parts they play no matter what the show title is... I also thank ALL of the writers and producers that keep these postings for us on this weekly basis... Also, even though there are programs that aren't high on my list, I know their are folks out there that really love them... So your variety is welcomed by all, I think... Bravo to all of you, keep up the fine work!! Linda
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