What happened to the Radio Detective Story Hour

This post is late coming. I wanted to update those who have asked why there have not been any new postings to this blog/audio of the Radio Detective Story Hour. The fact is that I have been working for some time on another love of mine – Science Fiction. I co-wrote in 1996 a book on Science Fiction on Radio for which I had the lesser control. It has been my ambition to update that book for years on my own (my co-author died in 2001). Recently I have ramped up my research efforts and writing to try to get something published within the next year. Thus the focus had turned in that direction and I just haven’t had the time to post to this blog for a while.

I haven’t abandoned Detective/Suspense/Thriller radio from the the past though I have exhausted it nearly without sacrificing my own goals on this area so possibly there will be a new posting down the road. Thanks for all your patience!

5 Responses to What happened to the Radio Detective Story Hour

  1. Bill Ferguson says:

    Stay the course,Jim. Good luck.

  2. jwidner says:

    Thanks Bill

  3. Harv Laser says:

    I wondered what happened to you, Jim.. you haven’t posted a new RDSH show since 31 July, 2017.. I looked around your site and found your posting (above) from a couple of weeks ago.. I was concerned that something had happened to you..

    Thanks for explaining the situation.. good luck on your Science Fiction book..

    Regards..

    Harv..

  4. albie says:

    I was unaware that Down these mean streets was connected to you, some good stuff there as well.I’ve all had a busy year, I moved from central Paris to rural Loire Valley, it’d like chalk and cheese, takes time to get things done but it’s a good quiet life. Here’s an interesting reference to ‘old time radio’ in a 1964 episode of Walk Softly Peter Troy, the Haunted Harridan , he describes it perfectly ,it’s right at the start of the episode
    http://otrrlibrary.org/w.html

    again it’s time to wish all seasons greetings

  5. jwidner says:

    Albie, Down These Mean Streets is not connected to me. It was started about 5 or more years after I started RDSH. It is an excellent podcast and he has expanded and done a lot with the blog podcast. I am often re-tweeting his posts as he does mine and so you might have thought they were intertwined.

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