John wrote in and suggested it might be time again to hear The Thing On The Fourble Board from Quiet Please. If this one is new to you, you’re in for a treat. If it is not, I hope you enjoy hearing it again! This episode first aired August 9, 1948.
This week we’ll hear from Hollywood Star Time with an adaptation of the 1946 film Shock. This episode, like the film, stars Vincent Price. It aired February 3, 1946.
Bob Hope brings the laughs this week with an episode from April 1, 1947, featuring guest Eddie Cantor.
The show begins with Rocky Jordan this week, and the second episode of that series titled, Count Me Out. That one first aired November 7, 1948. Then, we Believe It Or Not before The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe presents its episode from January 8, 1949 called The Restless Day.
The Whisper Men bring our first program this week with Rose Gilman Is Murdered, their episode from December 29, 1945. Then, it’s a Five Minute Mystery with Three Scarlet Letters.
The Suspense Replay continues with their episode from September 30, 1954 titled A Little Matter Of Memory.
We’ll take a seat next to The Mysterious Traveler for our episode this week, and hear the tale of The Last Survivor. This one first aired October 11, 1949.
Our story this week comes from Frontier Gentleman, a series starring John Dehner which aired from February to November of 1958. We’ll hear The Shelton Brothers, the first episode of the series, which aired February 2, 1958.
The Columbia Workshop aired its experiments with radio from 1936 to 1943, then again from 1946 to 1947. The episode we’ll hear today aired September 26, 1936. It’s titled The Dream Maker.
This week on The Great Gildersleeve, we hear Good Neighbor Policy. This episode originally aired January 12, 1949.
This episode of Radio At War features a program from a 10 episode series directed by Norman Corwin titled, An American In England. This one is titled An Anglo-American Angle, and first aired December 15, 1942.