This week on Case Closed, we open with Pat Novak For Hire. This episode is titled Wendy Morris, and first aired April 30, 1949. Then, Dragnet brings us The Big Listen, an episode from January 5, 1954.
NBC Short Story is up first this week with their story, Mr. Arqularis. That episode was first heard February 28, 1951. Then, Forbidden Cargo brings us The Black Book, a story that aired in 1954.
This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction, the CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings its story, The Sighting. This episode was first broadcast November 25, 1974.
The final episode of Legacy Of Laughs will be posted August 27, 2015. All episodes of the podcast, and its feed, will be deleted from the site September 5, 2015. Download what you’d like now!
Radio At War has come to an end as well. All episodes from this podcast, and its feed, will be removed September 1, 2015.
The shows you’re used to hearing on these two podcasts will be added to the mix of The Relic Radio Show.
Apologies, and thanks, to those who’ve enjoyed these podcasts over the last eight years!
Strange Tales features The Mysterious Traveler this time. We’ll hear The Green Plague, which first aired June 17, 1952. The audio is kind of rough on this one, but better than the way I found it.
This episode of The Horror features two stories from The Black Mass. First, Oh, Mirror, Mirror from February 12, 1964. After that, we’ll hear Proof Positive, which was first broadcast September 6, 1964.
More from The Lives Of Harry Lime this time. Here’s the November 9, 1951, episode, Art Is Long And Lime Is Fleeting.
Relic Radio Thrillers features Diary Of Fate this week. Here’s the May 1, 1948, broadcast titled, The Darrell James Entry.
Case Closed begins with Mr. District Attorney this week. From that series we’ll hear, The Case Of The Living Dead Man, from July 26, 1953. Then, Bulldog Drummond brings us Death In The Deep, his case from June 16, 1948.
This week’s Relic Radio Show beings with Bold Venture. We hear their episode from February 18, 1952, titled, Engaged In Murder. Then, Arch Oboler’s Plays takes us to Crazytown. That story first aired May 20, 1939.