Our story this week was written by Lucille Fletcher for the Columbia Workshop. From July 20, 1942 we’ll hear Someone Else.
On this episode of Radio At War we hear from the NBC University Theater with their adaptation of Three Soldiers. This episode first aired December 5, 1948.
This Sunday’s episode from The Great Gildersleeve is titled, The Old Tomcat. It was first broadcast October 19, 1949.
We hear from Beyond Midnight this Saturday with an episode possibly titled, Madeira Wine. This one doesn’t show up in the log for this series, but may be one of the “unknown” listings. Either way, it aired sometime between November of 1968, and April of 1970.
Our thriller comes from Dangerous Assignment this week, and features another story of foreign intrigue with Brian Donlevy as Steve Mitchell. We’ll hear Find A Hired Assassin, an episode from May 27, 1953.
We get our giggles from The Red Skelton Show this time. Here is The Traffic Is Terrific, an episode from March 19, 1946.
Our tale of the frontier comes from Hawk Larabee this week. We’ll hear Mountain Central Railroad, an episode from July 18, 1947. It sounds like the closing announcements had been removed from this recording, but the story should be complete.
A request this time from John, who wrote in recently and asked to hear Little Girl, Little Girl from Theater Five. This episode first aired February 26, 1965.
Rogue’s Gallery kicks the show off this week with its episode from December 13, 1945 titled, Blood On The Sand. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us The Weapon. To close, we’ll hear The Case Of The Three-Way Split from Boston Blackie. That episode aired July 23, 1945.
First this week we hear from Obsession with an episode that first aired sometime between 1950 and 1952 titled, A Long Chance. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us a Fish Tale.
Suspense Replay continues with their March 29, 1955 episode titled, Give Me Liberty.