Fan site featuring newspaper clippings, trivia, analysis, logs, scripts, discussion of missing episodes and more. Likely the most extensive site about the series and the issues surrounding it.
An illustrated adaptation of the Quiet Please episode, which can be read online or purchased in physical form.
Some interesting historical articles about the series, analysis, and epsiode log.
A growing, editable article about the series.
Quiet Please scripts, clips and assorted goodies.
A good page, with lots of information about the series. It has a general section about the show, a section about Cooper and Chappell, and a section about the theme music. The site also has a log which conveniently mentions which episodes are missing (and presumed dead).
Offers an in-depth description of the series and what makes it special.
An article by Ron Barnett, examining the series in a variety of different ways. The article gives a good history of how episodes came to be rediscovered, besides discussing how Cooper and Chappell created the unique mood of the series. For some unknown reason the article doesn't contain a link to the second part of it, which is here. This second part has, among other things, a list of the author's favorite episodes.
Plot summaries of individual episodes of many OTR series. Read up on an episode before you devote the time to downloading/listening. Also offers weekly MP3 downloads. Concentration in sci-fi.
A site devoted to the series which Wyllis Cooper did a little of the writing for. Also, Ernest Chappell announces. (Mostly he reads advertising for Campbell soup.)
Features a CD with MP3s of all 89 existing Quiet Please epsiodes for $5.
If you know of a site which is related to Quiet, Please, e-mail pgk at this domain name to tell me about it.