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.
It’s The Red Skelton Show this week on Legacy Of Laughs. We’ll hear an episode from February 26, 1946 titled, Telephones.
On this episode of Into The West, we’ll hear a story from Gunsmoke that was first broadcast June 7, 1952 titled, Buffalo Killers.
Fulfilling a request for a haunted house story, here’s another great episode from Beyond Midnight. This one, titled The House, first aired June 27, 1969.
On this episode of Case Closed we begin with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe with The Promise To Pay. That one was first heard May 14, 1949. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Blood On My Hands. We close with The Escaped Prisoner from Boston Blackie, which first aired May 28, 1946.
John Steele, Adventurer opens the show this week with ‘his’ episode titled, The Circle Road. That one aired November 28, 1950. Next up is Believe It Or Not with A Lifetime By 20.
Suspense Replay features their episode from July 5, 1955 titled, The Cave-In.