Sunday, November 15, 2015

Great Sources of Radio Drama Shows


Relic Radio Drama Podcasts

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The Horror! (Old Time Radio) Subscribe RSS

Thrillers Subscribe RSS

Case Closed! Subscribe RSS

Orson Welles: On The Air Subscribe RSS

Into The West Subscribe RSS

BBC Radio Drama Podcasts

The Archers Omnibus:  The week's events in Ambridge
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Home Front - Omnibus: Epic drama series tracking the fortunes of a group of characters on the home front as they try to maintain normality while Britain is involved in the First World War.
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Drama of the Week: Every Friday we bring you a new drama from BBC Radio 4 or Radio 3. Exercise your imagination with some of the best writers and actors on radio. Storytelling at its very best.
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Others Drama Podcasts

The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast Subscribe RSS

Star Trek: Outpost Podcast  Subscribe RSS

Radio Detective Story Hour  Get this and get it straight...crime is a sucker's road...Listen to radio's famous gumshoes and well-remembered cops. From the fog-bound shores of San Francisco to the insurance investigations of radio's famous expense account investigator.
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Collected Public Domain Works of H. P. Lovecraft by H. P. Lovecraft:
H. P. Lovecraft’s name is synonymous with horror fiction. His major inspiration and invention was cosmic horror: the idea that life is incomprehensible to human minds and that the universe is fundamentally alien. This collection contains 24 Lovecraft works that are in the public domain.
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Drama Downloads

CBS Radio Mystery Theater

X Minus 1

Dimension X

CBS Radio Workshop

CBS Radio Crime Classics

The Black Museum


Mysterious Traveler 

TuneIn Drama Radio Stations

AM 1710 Antioch

The Twilight Zone

Relic Radio Sci-Fi (old time radio)


Great Old Time Radio

Lux Radio Theatre

Orson Welles On The Air

Campfire Radio Theater

Roswell UFO Radio

Horror Theatre

Old Time Radio Crimetime

Shadowy Realms

Crime & Suspense Channel 

Monday, December 17, 2012

How to Fix "iTunes cannot read the contents of the iPhone" or iPad or iPod

Update: Used this again Today and it works in the current iOS 6 and iPhone 5


When running iTunes and you receive the popup message: 

"iTunes cannot read the contents of the iPhone. Go to the summary tab in iPhone preferences and click restore to restore this iPhone to factory settings”. 


It could be one of two (or both) files are corrupt on your iPhone (or other iDevice), they are iTunesDB and iTunesCDB.

There is an easy and fast fix for this, even if your iDevice is NOT jailbroken.

You want to disconnect your iDevice from your computer and close iTunes to ensure you DO NOT RESTORE.

Download iFunBox, a Free Tool for accessing the iDevice filesystem. It has both a OS/X version and Windows version for download.

After you download the version of iFunBox for your OS, you will need to install it and run it. 

After installing and running iFunBox, connect your iDevice to your computer.

You will see a message in the Upper Right of iFunBox  "connecting to iDevice", after iFunbox has connected to your iDevice, click on the tab "iFunbox Classic". 

On the left panel, expand "Raw File System" (click on the +), then expand "iTunes_Control", then click on "iTunes".

In the right panel you will see a number of files, right-click on the file "iTunesCDB" and select rename, place an X after the B in the filename, this will allow you keep the file in case you need it again (you should never need it, but better to be careful than sorry.)

After you have renamed the file, click on your iDevice name on the upper right of iFunBox and select "Device Safe Removal", this will ensure the filename change will be written back to your iDevice. 

After you see your iDevice is closed ("No device connected" will be displayed in the upper right), you should now close iFunBox.

Now run Apple iTunes, it will see your iDevice and you will be able to Sync again.