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Harry Nile is former Chicago cop, who quit the force after uncovering a vein of corruption. He stalks the rainy streets of pre-war Seattle on behalf of private clients with the help of his assistant, a lady named Murphy.
Phil Harper stars as Nile, with Pat French as Murphy, in this exciting series that has been heard on radio stations coast to coast in the U.S. and Canada, on satellite radio, and reached a worldwide audience online. After more than 25 years, it's the longest running private-eye show in American radio history!
See for yourself how Harry Nile has taken radio to a new level of entertainment in the first 23 episodes of this classic series.
Episodes: West for My Health 01-01-1976; Seattle Blues 12-02-1976; The Neptune Trading Company 02-17-1977; Malibu 05-19-1977; The Case of the Dead Ringer 12-27-1977; For This I Bought a New Suit 01-03-1978; The Eddie Mayhew Matter 01-10-1978; Avalon 01-17-1978; A Vacation With Bullets (or And What Did You Do on Your Vacation, Officer?) 01-24-1978; The Case of the Nasty Niece (or The Case of the Not So Nice Niece) 01-31-1978; Photo Finish 02-07-1978; Harry Dabbles in Oil (or Tale of Two Texans) 02-14-1978; The Doomsday Book 02-21-1978; Figueroa Street 02-28-1978; A Little Out of Town Job 03-07-1978; The Case of the Matinee Murder 03-14-1978; The Lonely Ghost Matter 03-21-1978; The Twenty-Three Pound Clue 03-28-1978; Stand-in For Murder 04-04-1978; Calendar Girl 05-09-1978; The Twenty Dollar Trackdown 05-09-1978; The Wandering Wife Matter 05-30-1978; Angel's Flight 06-06-1978
Jim French Productions produced over 800 full cast radio shows from 1975 through 2017, including such favorites as Harry Nile and The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, which were broadcast on radio in the United States under the Imagination Theatre banner. Originating on KVI AM radio, and later KIRO AM and KIXI AM radio, Imagination Theatre was nationally syndicated to an additional 120 broadcast outlets. Jim French programs can be heard nationally on SiriusXM RadioClassics (Channel 148).