More from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac this time with an episode appropriate for this Memorial Day weekend. Here is the episode from June 7, 1944 simply titled, D-Day Program.
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve is titled, Marjories Shower. It first aired March 1, 1950.
On this episode of The Horror, we hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater with their adaptation of Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s story, The House And The Brain. This one aired March 6, 1978.
Our thriller comes from the archives of Suspense this week. We’ll hear the episode from March 10, 1957 titled, The Paralta Map.
More from Gunsmoke on Into The West this week. We’ll hear Never Pester Chester, their episode from July 5, 1952.
The Mel Blanc Show brings the comedy this week. We’ll hear their episode from January 7, 1947 titled, The Broken Caruso Record.
On this episode of The Horror, we hear from a short lived series titled, Creeps By Night. This series aired over ABC between February and August 1944, producing 23 episodes. We’ll hear The Strange Buriel Of Alexander Jordan, their episode from May 23, 1944.
This week, Jeff Regan, Investigator starts off the show with No Sad Clowns For Me. That story aired June 25, 1950. Five Minute Mystery is next with Clue In The Hand. We close with Dragnet, and its episode from June 1, 1950 titled, The Big Fake.
This week we begin with Author’s Playhouse with their episode titled, Reunion. That one aired May 14, 1945. Next up is Believe It Or Not with The King That Rode Piggyback. Finally, Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen tells us of Jewel Thieves And The Straw Filled Dummy. That episode aired September 11, 1947.
This week, an early episode from the Dimension X archive titled, Report On The Barnhouse Effect. This was the third episode from the series, and was adapted from a Kurt Vonnegut story. It aired April 22, 1950.