#1 – OLD TIME RADIO – It is what it says it is. After typing in the website you’ll arrive at a vast archive of programs where radio was king. It still is in some places. Our Miss Brooks, Jack Benny, Dr. Kildare, Dragnet, CBS Radio Mystery Theatre, etc. etc.The Golden Age of RadioTHERE IS MORE ON THIS SITE THAN YOU COULD EVER IMAGINE!  . . . . . . The website address is — . . . .  #2 – RADIO-GARDEN Enjoy hundreds of radio stations worldwide. The Dutch have come up with a fantastic service based in Amsterdam & Hilversum which broadcasts radio stations from all over the world – across Canada, the United States, Britain, Ireland, Australia, Scotland, France etc.  Just type in Radio-Garden and you’re all set to go. It’s free. #3 – KANOPY – Another great service from TORONTO Public Library.  KANOPY is a collection of classic feature films and documentaries. To access this you’ll need a Library Card. My first experience with Kanopy was excellent and it delivered exactly what I wanted. Being a ‘Luddite’ when it comes to computers, that was a pleasant surprise.  Kanopy is also available through library systems in OTTAWA, WINNIPEG, CALGARY & the FRASER VALLEY.  Type in Kanopy and you’ll be there.#4 – CBC-GEM – ‘START STREAMING’ – All you need is a computer to unlock a cache of documentaries, comedy, television series like ‘Kim’s Convenience’, ‘Coroner’, and ‘Schitts Creek’ along with the CBC News Network. It’s all available on CBC-GEM, and it doesn’t cost a dime.  (CBC-GEM is a production of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.)