We’ll hear another episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater today. As requested by Lesley, here’s Triptych For A Witch. This one first aired October 30, 1975.
Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator brings us Death And The Purple Cow to begin with this week. That episode aired December 12, 1951. Then after Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear The Singing Critic from Richard Diamond, Private Detective. It first aired November 5, 1949.
We begin this week with the CBS Radio Workshop, and their episode from September 1, 1957 titled Grief Drives A Black Sedan. Then, it’s Believe It Or Not with Never Never Gate.
The Suspense Replay continues this week with The Tip, which first aired July 6, 1954.
With the recent passing of Ray Bradbury, a man whose stories were no stranger to radio, I thought we’d hear a selection from the adaptations done by X Minus One. This series featured eight of his stories over its run, more than any other author.
We begin with Mars Is Heaven, which first aired May 8, 1955. Then, from August 4, 1955 we’ll hear The Veldt. The last episode aired December 5, 1956 and features two stories; There Will Come Soft Rains and Zero Hour.
This week on Into The West, we’ll hear the first episode from Fort Laramie. This series ran from January to October of 1956, and produced 41 episodes. We’ll hear Playing Indian, which first aired January 22, 1956.
Hosted by Ronald Colman, Favorite Story was a syndicated series produced between 1946 and 1949. From that program, we’ll hear Jamie Freel, first heard March 11, 1947.
This week on The Great Gildersleeve, we’ll hear an episode from December 1, 1948 titled Leroy Sells Papers.
We hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater today, and their episode titled The Legend Of Phoenix Hill. This one first aired February 25, 1977.
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.