This week, the conclusion to the CBS Radio Workshop production of The Space Merchants. This one aired February 24, 1957.
We hear from the Inner Sanctum on this episode of Strange Tales. This series produced over 500 episodes during its 11 year run, including the one we’ll hear titled, Deathwatch In Boston. This one first aired November 15, 1948.
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve is titled, The Carnival. It first aired November 2, 1949.
Escape aired over CBS stations from 1947 to 1954, and produced 231 episodes. From it we’ll hear The Loup-Garou, an episode which first aired November 16, 1952.
On this episode, we’ll hear an adaptation of the 1940 film Rebecca, which was itself adapted from the 1938 novel by Daphne du Maurier. This version aired on the Lux Radio Theater on November 6, 1950.
More from The Cisco Kid on today’s Into The West. This episode, titled Ned Dobson’s Niece, first aired December 30, 1952.
This week we’ll hear from Lucille Ball in My Favorite Husband. This episode is titled The Attic, and first aired September 23, 1949.
We’ll hear from the old hermit this week with a story titled, Hanson’s Ghost. This episode of The Hermit’s Cave first aired October 29, 1944.
We begin with Orson Welles in The Black Museum this week. From that series we’ll hear The Raincoat. Next is Five Minute Mystery with The Scientific Clue. To close out our hour, The Lineup brings us The Hostetter Brothers, an episode from December 21, 1951.
Another hour of old time radio for you this Tuesday. First, The Whistler tells the tale of the Witness At The Fountain. That episode was originally broadcast September 9, 1946. Believe It Or Not follows with Shell Had His Number.
The Suspense Replay continues with, The Lunch Kit. That one aired April 12, 1955.