We’ll hear another story from Suspense this week, one they broadcast eight times over their twenty year run. Starring Agnes Moorehead, and first broadcast May 25, 1943, here’s Sorry, Wrong Number.
We’ll hear from The Adventures Of Maisie this week, with an episode from August 10, 1959 titled, The Phony Screen Test.
On this episode of Case Closed we begin with A Christmas Carol from Richard Diamond, Private Detective. That episode aired December 24, 1949. Then Five Minute Mystery brings us Murder Sounds Alarm. We’ll finish off with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator and Motive For Murder, an episode from February 20, 1952.
First this week is the Columbia Workshop with an episode from September 14, 1939 titled, The Use Of Man. Then Believe It Or Not brings us Before The Fact.
Suspense Replay continues with Nobody Ever Quits, which first aired March 8, 1955.
On this episode we’ll hear from Tales Of Tomorrow. Created for radio after its more successful television counterpart, this series aired for 15 episodes between January and April of 1953. From April 2, 1953 we’ll hear Morrow On Mars.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we’ll rejoin Raymond for another story from the Inner Sanctum. We’ll hear Strange Passenger, which first aired August 31, 1952.
On this episode we’ll hear The Campbell Playhouse with their adaptation of the Alexander Dumas story, The Count Of Monte Cristo. This one first aired October 1, 1939.
This week’s episode of The Great Gildersleeve first aired September 21, 1949. Here is Gildy The Songwriter.
The Weird Circle first aired from 1943 to 1945. Two seasons of adaptations of famous stories like the one we’ll hear today. Based on a story by Charles Dickens, here’s The Trial For Murder. This one first aired May 19, 1944.