On this episode of The Horror we hear a story titled, The Dream Home. This episode of The Clock originally aired May 29, 1956.
Mr. District Attorney is up first this week with its episode from August 25, 1948 titled, The Case Of The Unknown Source. Next is Five Minute Mystery with Broken Window. Mr. Keen, Tracer Of Lost Persons will close this episode with their story titled, The Case Of The Missing Witness. That episode aired January 13, 1944.
Our hour begins with Arch Oboler’s Plays and his story titled, Big Ben. That one aired November 14, 1964. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Typographical Error.
The Suspense episode this week is their broadcast from July 12, 1955 titled, Kaleidoscope.
On this episode of Relic Radio Science Fiction, we hear from SF ’68 with their broadcast from June 28, 1968 titled, Andover And The Android.
This week, The Locomotive Ghost from The Mysterious Traveler. This episode was first broadcast July 6, 1947.
On this episode we hear from This Is My Best with another Welles adaptation of Heart Of Darkness. This one aired March 13, 1945. The story was also adapted by Welles for the Mercury Theater, and Campbell Playhouse.
On this episode of Radio At War, we’ll hear two stories from Soldiers Of The Press. The first is titled, Bombing Of Navareno Bay, and aired January 4, 1943. The second is titled, The Marines At Guadalcanal, and aired January 11, 1943.
It’s Dinner With The Thompson’s on The Great Gildersleeve this week. This episode originally aired January 25, 1950.
For today’s horrific offering, we hear from Dark Fantasy. From this short-lived series we’ll hear an episode titled, Funeral Arrangements Completed, which first aired May 15, 1942.
This week on Relic Radio Thrillers, we join Counterspy for its episode titled, The Case Of The Bouncing Bank Robber. This one was first heard August 23, 1949.