This week on Case Closed, Dragnet gets things going with The Big Shot, its episode from September 21, 1952. Then, Nick Carter, Master Detective shares its April 15, 1944 broadcast, A Cat Brings Death.
Mystery House opens this episode of the Relic Radio Show. We hear Bury Me Not, which originally aired May 26, 1946. After that, Suspense brings us the April 19, 1955 broadcast, Speed Trap.
We hear from Dimension X on this Relic Radio Science Fiction this time. From June 17, 1951, here’s Pebble In The Sky.
The Weird Circle offers us a strange tale this week. From May 12, 1944, here’s their adaptation of Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s story, Falkland.
On this episode of Orson Welles On The Air, we hear from This Is My Best with their broadcast, Miss Dilly Says No. This was first heard March 20, 1945.
Today’s episode of The Horror features a story by the CBS Radio Mystery Theater titled, The Special Undertaking. This episode was first broadcast September 4, 1975.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
We hear from The Adventures Of Frank Race on Relic Radio Thrillers this week. From November 26, 1949, here is The Adventure Of The Night Crawler.
This week on Legacy Of Laughs, we hear from The Martin And Lewis Show, featuring guest, Rhonda Fleming. This was first aired February 8, 1952.
This episode of The Horror features another visit to The Hermit’s Cave. We’ll hear, The Professor’s Elixir, his story from October 15, 1944.
Stand By For Crime is up first this week on Case Closed. From it we’ll hear, Prisoners Of The Revolution from 1953. Then, Death Paints With Purple on Mystery Is My Hobby. That story first aired September 24, 1947.