New ‘Donate’ Button Added To Site

March 30th, 2014

We’ve added a new ‘Donate’ to the home page at the request of many subscribers. It now makes it very easy for those of you who love and use this site to show your appreciation by periodically making a small donation. You can donate via paypal using your funds there, credit cards, and your bank account.

It costs the OTRR Group approximately $10,000 a year to operate our three websites, acquire new series and episodes, and help support the Cincy Con, the Lum and Abner project and other worthy groups. About 2/3 comes from our purchasing group members who donate $5.00 each a month, approximately $1,000.00 is raised by our annual appeal and the rest comes out of the pockets of about 4 members.

We appreciate your support in the past and look forward to it in the future.

March-April issue of ‘The Old Radio Times’

March 27th, 2014

The March-April issue of the ‘Times’ is ready. If you can’t wait for your issue to arrive by e-mail, you can download it at
Two great pieces on Clara Bow grace the pages of this issue along with a slew of other fantastic articles! Grab yours today!

OTTERdb update #2 For March 8, 2014

March 8th, 2014

The following series have been updated.

A Date With Judy
Adv. Of The Abbotts
Broadway is My Beat
Broadway in Review
Bulldog Drummond
Challenge of the Yukon
Dangerous Assignment
Fibber McGee and Molly
Lets Go To Town
Lorenzo Jones
Lum And Abner
Melody Round-up
Rudy Vallee – Combined Logs
Rudy Vallee – Drene
Rudy Vallee – Philip Morris
Rudy Vallee – Sealtest
Silver Eagle
Squad Room
Adv of Philip Marlowe
The Chase
The Cisco Kid
The Line-up
The Man Called X
Treasury Salute
Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar

New “Old Radio Times’ Available

February 5th, 2014

The Jan-Feb issue of ‘The Old Radio Times’ is now available from the downloads page.
This issue contains articles by Ned Norris, Martin Grams, and Ryan Ellett with a review of the new book ‘Radio Rides The Range’ by Jim Widner. This is another must have issue!

New Fibber McGee And Molly Scripts

January 13th, 2014

Thanks to Al G. for these Fibber McGee And Molly Scripts –

Fibber McGee and Molly 100th Show 370308.pdf
Fibber McGee and Molly Script 350416.pdf
Fibber McGee and Molly Script 371115.pdf
Fibber McGee and Molly Script 531005.pdf
Fibber McGee and Molly script – 560322 – Telephone Mystery – second-last fifteen minute show..pdf
Fibber McGee and Molly script – 570601 – Physically Fit McGee – First NBC Monitor show.pdf
Fibber McGee and Molly script – McGees as TV Stars – 590906.pdf
Fibber McGee and Molly script 390124.pdf
Fibber McGee and Molly script 530609.pdf


The Nov/Dec Issue of ‘The Old Radio Times

December 6th, 2013

The new issue of ‘The Old Radio Times’ is now ready for download. The lead article is on the air raid at Pearl Harbour and the whole issue is filled with great reading material.
We hope that you’ll continue to enjoy this publication. We are always looking for people to write for ‘The Times’ and if you’re interested in submitting an article, please contact the editor – Bob Burchett.
Here’s the link to the new issue –



November 20th, 2013

Someone to do an accurate count of each magazine in our Old Time Radio Magazine Archive. Somehow I’ve let the count get off and I’m not quite sure how many of each magazine we have anymore.
If you’re interested in taking on this project, please e-mail me at


SPONSOR magazine added to Archives

November 20th, 2013

127 new SPONSOR magazines have been added to the Old Time Radio Magazine Archives for your research and reading pleasure! Thanks Al G.


More Old Time Radio Magazines added to the Archives!!

November 17th, 2013


RADIO DOINGS – The entire folder is new!

RADIO STARS – 3211, 3305, 3707, 3708




New Magazines add to the OTR Magazine Archive

November 17th, 2013

To The Misc. folder –
Arthur Godfrey The Great
Major Bowles Amateur Magazine 34-43
Tower Radio 3407

To the MOVIE-RADIO GUIDE – issues
401122, 410926, 420731, 42807, 42814, 421204

Radio Guide 370417

To The RADIO MIRROR – issues
3510, 3608, 4202, 4312, 4604, 4612, 4812

These are compliments of Al G.