On this episode, we’ll hear from The Mercury Summer Theater Of The Air with King Lear. This episode first aired September 13, 1946. This was the last episode of the last incarnation of the Mercury Theater.
We’ve got two stories from The Strange Dr. Weird this week. First, Stand In For Death, which aired December 26, 1944. Then, The Tiger Cat, first heard January 2, 1945.
Bronco Bows Out is this week’s episode of The Great Gildersleeve. It first aired December 7, 1949.
Today’s episode of The Horror aims to keep you in Suspense. This episode, from that long running series, is titled Return To Dust. It first aired February 1, 1959.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear from Dark Fantasy. This episode, titled Spawn Of The Subhuman, first aired February 27, 1942. It may be the most ridiculous episode they ever produced!
This installment of Relic Radio Thrillers features Escape‘s episode from March 12, 1949 titled, He Who Rides The Tiger.
On this episode of Into The West, we’ll hear the fourth offering from Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone. This episode, titled Page’s Progress, originally aired March 16, 1958.
From The Red Skelton Show, here is I Bought A Fighter. This episode originally aired June 11, 1952.
First this week is I Deal In Crime with an episode titled, The Abigail Murray Case. That one first aired September 27, 1947. Next is Five Minute Mystery and Murder In The Tomb. Bulldog Drummond closes out this weeks show with Death Loops The Loop, an episode from January 11, 1942.
We begin with Alan Ladd in Box 13 this week. From that series we’ll hear Tempest In A Casserole, which first aired April 3, 1949. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Walk To Russia.
Suspense Replay forges on with Lili And The Colonel. That one aired May 17, 1955.