The Whistler aired from May of 1942 to September of 1955, and produced 694 episodes. From it we’ll hear In The Dark, an episode from February 7, 1943.
This week, we’ll hear Lucille Ball in My Favorite Husband. This episode, titled The Absolute Truth, first aired January 28, 1949.
On today’s episode of The Horror, we’ll hear from The Devil And Mr. O. This series aired in the early 1970’s, was hosted by Arch Oboler, and replayed some of the great episodes from Lights Out. This episode, titled Speed, aired March 3, 1972.
This week, Night Beat brings us The Night Watchman to begin the show. That episode first aired May 15, 1950. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. We close this time with Calling All Cars, and an episode titled Moving Picture Murder which first aired December 18, 1934.
Results, Incorporated starts us off this week with their final episode, titled Mummy Sitting With Queen Sheshack. That one aired December 30, 1944. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us about a Sight Of Terror.
Suspense Replay continues with Too Hot To Live. It first aired June 29, 1954.
By request, we’ll hear a Venus themed show today in honor of the transit of Venus taking place June 5. The episode is titled The Merchants Of Venus, and first aired on X Minus One July 18, 1957.
You can read up more about this at transitofvenus.org. Thanks Kurtis, for your request!
Our western this week made its first appearance on television before being produced for radio. From Have Gun Will Travel we’ll hear Strange Vendetta, the first episode of the series which aired November 23, 1958.
Our strange tales this week features adaptations of stories from two famous authors. As heard on Duet, an episode from the Radio City Playhouse, we hear their version of The Lake by Ray Bradbury, and Collector’s Item by Roald Dahl. This program originally aired October 16, 1949.
This week on The Great Gildersleeve it’s The Helicopter Ride, an episode from November 24, 1948.
The Campbell Playhouse brings us The Bad Man for our show this time. This episode first aired May 19, 1939.