On the show this week, we hear again from The Six Shooter. This is the second episode of the shows only season, and was first broadcast September 27, 1953. It’s titled The Coward.
This week on Legacy Of Laughs we’ll hear from Our Miss Brooks. This episode, titled Miss Enright’s Dinner, first aired February 5, 1950.
This week we begin with WHItehall 1212 and an episode from March 9, 1952 titled, The Case Of Dr. Duncan Allen. Then, 5 Minute Mystery tells the story of The Man In The Back Seat. Secrets Of Scotland Yard concludes our hour with Crime On The Railways, an episode that originally aired sometime in the 1950’s.
Taking care of a request on today’s show. Brad wrote in asking to hear this adaptation of The Tell-Tale Heart as done by the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. This one first aired January 11, 1975.
Our hour of radio drama begins with Author’s Playhouse this week. We’ll hear High Air, which first aired February 19, 1945. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Court Trial.
Suspense Replay features The Operation this time. It first aired January 27, 1955.
On this episode we’ll hear The Old Die Rich, a story which first aired March 26, 1953 on Tales Of Tomorrow. This 15 episode radio series was produced during the final year of the television series of the same name, which aired on ABC from 1951 to 1953.
The audio isn’t the best in spots, but it’s still quite listenable overall.
This week on Strange Tales we’ll hear from The Sealed Book. The series aired for 26 episodes between March and September of 1945, airing this story titled To Have And To Hold on August 12 of that year.
On this episode of Radio At War, we’ll hear Operation Submarine. This one was first heard July 8, 1951 on the series Now Hear This.
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve titled, Mystery Girl On The Bus, first aired May 4, 1949.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear from Suspense. From November 6, 1960 here is The Green Lorelei.