Content services (music, video, sport) often require that you be a resident of a certain country to use them, and attempt to enforce this with geographical blocking according to your device's IP. The Hola Unblocker enables watching native content from anywhere in the world -- available as a Chrome/Firefox extension or as a Windows client install that works with any browser.…Continue
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Have you ever wanted to create your own television series? Kathryn O'Sullivan and her husband Paul Awad did just that—only they aired their Western soap online. The award-nominated series is called Thurston, and it’s one of many new independent productions in the…Continue
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The Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts, designed to revitalize the role of literature in American culture and to encourage citizens to read for pleasure and enlightenment. As part of this program, the NEA produced several half-hour audio documentaries.…Continue
Craig Wichman plays the Great Detective, and John Prave, the Good Doctor. The…Continue
Just a note if any missed the OTRR Library Annual Christmas Drive. Below is the post on the Old Time Radio Researchers blog. I know a lot of our members enjoy the free OTRR Library from time to time, and if you can give a couple of dollars please help out the Group. Mention you are…Continue
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The KCRW Production "Mean Streets USA" is a collection of short crime fiction stories, a highly-produced series, recorded and produced at KCRW. It features detective stories by contemporary and classic mystery writers like Walter Mosley, Sue Grafton and Michael Connelly, read by Stacy Keach,…Continue
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Throughout the year 2000, NPR presented the stories behind 100 of the most important American musical works of the 20th century. These special features cover music from a wide variety of genres -- classical, jazz, rock'n'roll, country, R&B, musical theatre and film scores. NPR 100 stories aired on All Things Considered, Morning…Continue
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Starring Adam West (Batman, Family Guy) with Stacy Keach as narrator.
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Kiwi6 is a free file hosting service that has some features I like. One is registration is easy, just have an email address and create a password. Can create folders. Can upload 5 files at once up to 100mb each. But the best thing is you can hotlink the file, which means you can put that link in your post at Times Past and will be able to play the file or download from…Continue
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“When the West Was Fun: A Western Reunion,” this ABC special event was the highest rated special for the network in 1979. Let's pay tribute to the greatest Cowboys and their shows!
Hosted by Glenn Ford and set in a…Continue
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ABC Radio drama team broadcasting a play in 1935.
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Lit2Go is a free online collection of stories and poems in Mp3 (audiobook) format from the University of South Florida. An abstract, citation, playing time, and word count are given for each of the passages. Many of the passages…Continue
With ample doses of talent, spirit, and charisma, Flatt and Scruggs rose to the popular peak of the bluegrass heap during their 17-year association with Columbia. With Lester Flatt's casual vocal style and Earl Scruggs's groundbreaking banjo technique, the Foggy Mountain…Continue
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It is a sad fact of life that the Golden Age of Hollywood was not a Golden Age for African Americans. Particularly in the Thirties, African American characters were often outright stereotypes. It was the era of Stepin Fetchit and Willie Best, actors whose speciality was playing characters…Continue
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Storage ... Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive, in the company warehouse in California. Photo: The New York Times
Inspired by a pillar of antiquity, the Library of Alexandria, Brewster Kahle has a grand vision for the Internet Archive, the giant aggregator and digitiser of data, which he founded and leads.
"We want to collect…Continue
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