Follow the noir adventures of Harry Nile in these short radio dramas produced in Seattle since the 1970's. The writing is crisp, the plots intriguing, and the price [on sale] cannot be beat! These show what America is capable of producing on a low budget [a local station] with high aspirations. Looking forward to the next installment [especially if it goes on sale!].
Look for this title to pop up on sale and grab it at discount! The cast does credit to small-town British evils, with even pacing and careful plot development. A murder occurs in wintry conditions, and possible culprits abound!
This quite-short radio drama honors the Locked-Room genre and is well worth the price, especially when offered on sale.
I'm a big fan of British drama and old time radio. I think we use the visual world far too much, and audio allows more scope for immagination. I have one of the original Paul Temple recordings. This does a pretty good job of simulating the old ones, but not quite. I will listen to it again, and perhaps find more in it. It was fun, and would be a great car listen that won't embarrass you in front of young children because of language or unsuitable situations.
There are better British dramas out there, but I do rather like Paul and his wife Steve.