This week, X Minus One presents their episode from January 2, 1958 titled, Prime Difference.
On this episode we’ll one of a handful of appearances Orson Welles made on Suspense. This one, based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost Special, first aired September 30, 1943.
Our strange tale comes from The Creaking Door this week. This series took to the air in the mid-1960’s in South Africa. We’ll hear Midnight Express, their episode from January 25, 1965.
This week it’s Birthday Tea For Marjorie on The Great Gildersleeve. This episode originally aired November 9, 1949.
Old Nancy brings us another story from The Witch’s Tale this time. We’ll hear The Statue Of Thor, which first aired April 22, 1937. Part of the end of the recording has been cut short, but the story is completely intact.
This week we’ll hear from the Screen Guild Theater with their adaptation of Dashiell Hammett’s 1931 novel, The Glass Key. This episode aired July 22, 1946.
We take a bit of a departure from the dedicated western series this week, with this episode of Escape from June 23, 1950. Here is Sundown.
On this installment of Legacy Of Laughs we’ll from The Henry Morgan Show. This episode, titled The Quest Pests, first aired December 16, 1949.
I had a request for something really scary from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater and I hope this one might come close (really scary is hard to do with these shows!). Here is Stay Out Of Dutchman’s Woods.
Another hour of old time radio crime begins this week with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe. We’ll hear The Dude From Manhattan, which first aired July 2, 1949. Next up is Five Minute Mystery and The Zombie. Broadway Is My Beat closes this show with The John Lomax Murder Case. That one was first broadcast December 31, 1949.