This week’s hour of radio drama begins with I Fly Anything. We’ll hear Destination Tahiti, which was first heard March 27, 1951. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Loyal Soldier. We close with The Whistler, and his May 21, 1945 story titled, The Man Who Bought Death.
We hear a radio adaptation of The Day The Earth Stood Still on this week’s Relic Radio Science Fiction. This episode was originally heard on the January 4, 1954 broadcast of The Lux Radio Theater.
Our strange tale comes from The Creaking Door this week. We’ll hear the December 7, 1964 episode titled, Death On The Road.
It’s The Diamond As Big As The Ritz on this episode of Orson Welles On The Air. This production is from This Is My Best, and first aired April 3, 1945.
On this episode of The Horror, we hear a version of the horror classic, Frankenstein. This one aired on Suspense November 3, 1952.
We hear from The Man Called X on this week’s installment of Relic Radio Thrillers. Here’s his episode from January 18, 1948, titled, Rani Of Shalakar.
This time on Case Closed, The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe start us off with, The Key Man, his case from June 25, 1949. That’s followed by Nick Carter, Master Detective with, The Double Disguise. That story aired January 8, 1944.