CBS Radio Mystery Theater
Links to Additional Resources
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In order to help keep interest in CBS Radio Mystery Theater alive, I've started to
keep a list of links to other sites. If you would like to have your site listed, please
feel free to contact me as shown above. As long as you are not attempting to profit
from the shows, I'll be happy to add your site to the list. (Accepting donations to
offset costs is fine.) If you would like your link to appear a certain way, be sure to
send instructions. Thanks!
- CBS_RMT Discussion Group on Yahoo! Groups
- Keith Flowers' CBSRMT Episode Guide (Speech Accessible and Large Font Friendly!)
- Paul's CBS Radio Mystery Theater site
- Charlie's CBSRMT discussion site
- Walter's CBSRMT Database
- Troy's "Fear You Can Hear" website offering downloading and streaming of thousands of
Old Time Radio Programs.
This site offers free access for people who are blind or disabled as
well as active duty US militay members. Kewl!
(I don't usually link to a pay site but Troy offers
free access to the bind and disabled so I thought I should make an exception.)
- On request, I've included this little history of broadcasting in New York City. It's not really
CBSRMT but interesting none-the-less.
- Thanks to Nicole of the Lyndhurst Stem Club for Girls for sending me the following link on The History of the Car Radio.
- Dylan and his father found this very interesting piece on the history of broadcasting. Thank you, Dylan, for sending it to me.
Business Studies: Broadcasting and Its History
- Further on the subject of STEM, something that has interested me for a long time,
Ms. Stephanie Cooper, A homeschool teacher, has sent me a link to a website
discovered by one of her students, Leslie. This website has numerous links to STEM resources.
Free STEM Resources Provided By Public Libraries Thank you Leslie!
- Connie, a student of the homeschool teacher Ms. Stephanie Cooper, has found a wonderful little
article on introducing young minds to Coding: From the Start: Introducing Coding to Young Minds.
Much like music can stimulate areas of the mind previously untouched, coding can get a young mind
started on developing Cognittive Development, Early Math Skills, Creativity and Imagination, and
Problem Solving. Thank you Connie for sharing this website with us.