We’ll hear Lucille Ball in My Favorite Husband this week. This episode, titled Learning To Drive, first aired November 13, 1948.
By request, we’ll hear The Coffin In Studio B by Lights Out this week. This episode aired July 13, 1946 and was part of an eight episode summer revival of the series done that year.
First off this week we’ll hear an early episode from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe titled, Trouble Is My Business. It first aired August 5, 1947. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator with A Time To Kill. That episode was first heard February 13, 1952.
This week, we start off with a request for Bathysphere from Arch Oboler’s Plays. This story was first shared in November 1939, though this recording may be from a September 1964 rebroadcast. Next, Five Minute Mystery and The Book Case.
Suspense Replay features The Sure Thing, which first aired November 11, 1954.
We’ll hear from The Lives Of Harry Lime this time, a 52 episode series that first aired from 1951 to 1952. This episode, Blackmail Is A Nasty Word, was first heard June 13, 1952.
Produced for about a year for ABC, Theater Five aired at 5:00pm, five days a week. The episode we’ll hear today is titled, It’s A Work Of Art, and first aired February 18, 1965.
Our strange tale comes from The Whistler this week. This episode, titled Shadow Of A Mind, first aired June 5, 1943.
It’s Jimmy Stewart as The Six Shooter this time around. We’ll hear the first episode of the only season of this series titled, Jenny. It aired September 20, 1953.
This week we’ll hear Gildy The Opera Star, an episode from The Great Gildersleeve which first aired February 23, 1949.
It’s the CBS Radio Mystery Theater on this episode of The Horror. We’ll hear their story from March 10, 1977 titled, The Pleading Voice.