This week we’ll hear again from The Lives Of Harry Lime and the 21st episode of that series titled It’s A Knock-Out. This one first aired December 21, 1951.
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We’ve got another request this week for an episode from one of my favorite all-around series. Starring Agnes Moorehead, and first airing July 29, 1948 it’s The Yellow Wallpaper from Suspense.
This week we’ll hear from The Clock, a series that originated in Australia before production was moved to the United States. The episode we’ll hear first aired May 4, 1947, and it’s titled Guilty As Always.
This week we begin with Federal Agent and an episode titled Tim Conroy. Then after Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, it’s That Hammer Guy and The Barney Miller Syndicate from 1953. We’re a little short of our usual hour this week, sorry.
This week we join Orson Welles and Mercury Theater On The Air for The Man Who Was Thursday. This episode first aired September 5, 1938.
This week our Sci-Fi tale comes courtesy of Dimension X. From November 12, 1950 we’ll hear Shanghaied.
This week it’s a request for The Black Mass. This episode, titled All Hallows, first aired sometime in September of 1963.
We had a request for some Box 13 we’ll take care of with this episode of Relic Radio Thrillers. From October 3, 1948 it’s Short Assignment.
This week, by request, we’ll start off with The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The Chargo Gagog Mancho Gagog Chabuna Munga Mog Caper, otherwise known as The Indian Caper, from September 25, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Jeff Regan, Investigator and the Man Who Liked Mountains from August 7, 1948.
We continue the all request week with today’s western themed Relic Radio Show. First off it’s Have Gun, Will Travel and Road To Wickenberg from November 30, 1958. Then we Believe It Or Not with Billy Dixon. We’ll finish off with The Six Shooter and Escape From Smoke Falls from November 15, 1953.