This week on Case Closed, The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe kicks things off with a story from December 8, 1950 titled, The Impolite Corpse. After that, Crime Classics brings us its January 6, 1954 episode titled, The Younger Brothers: Why Some Of Them Grew No Older.
Obsession starts the show off this week with their episode from January 29, 1951 titled, Surrender Is Farewell. Believe It Or Not follows with, Strange Criminal Code. We close with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen, and the episode from November 27, 1947 titled, Huntsman’s Quarry And The Dead Chinese.
This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction, we hear from 2000 Plus. We’ll hear, A Veteran Comes Home, an episode from July 5, 1950.
We hear from Arch Oboler’s Plays on this week’s episode of Strange Tales. From August 2, 1964, here’s Special To Hollywood, featuring Gloria Blondell and William Shatner.
We visit The Lives Of Harry Lime this time for the third episode in that series. From August 17, 1951, here is Clay Pigeon.
There’s a new official Relic Radio page on Facebook. Here’s the link: http://facebook.com/relicradioshows
It seems after an IP address change here at Relic Radio HQ, Facebook decided it needed to double check that I am, in fact, me. Being proactive with my online security/privacy, the last thing I’m going to do is give Facebook any true personal information. The problem is they use your birthday to verify your account at times, and since I didn’t give the real date, and failed to write the date I gave down somewhere, I couldn’t get back into my account. Thus, the new one.
Sorry for the inconvenience! Hope you’ll join me over there.
(Just in case I forget again, my “birthday” is September 21, 1975. Yeah, we’ll go with that.)
An early west-coast offshoot of The Hermit’s Cave, The Devil’s Scrapbook aired from November 1938, to July 1939. We’ll hear what appears to be the only surviving episode of the series, The Conquest Of David Rugg, which aired November 28, 1938.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)