Leila Is Back In Town on this episode of The Great Gildersleeve. It first aired November 10, 1948.
On this episode, we’ll hear an adaptation of Franz Kafka’s A Country Doctor as produced by The Black Mass. This episode first aired August 14, 1964.
Finally, we venture Into The West! It took a little longer to put together than I would have liked, but it’s ready now for your enjoyment (I hope).
Said to be the first adult western on radio, we’ll hear from Hawk Durango for our first show. This is the earliest episode from that series I was able to locate, first airing August 2, 1946. Here is Susie Kimball Comes West.
Thanks to Kevin Macleod for our closing music, Cattails.
The Adventures Of Frank Race presents our thriller this week. We’ll hear The Talking Bullet, an episode from August 14, 1949.
We’ll hear from The Fred Allen Show this week, with an episode titled The Perfect Crime with guest James Mason. This episode originally aired October 19, 1947.
Joel wrote in and suggested this episode from Escape titled Blood Bath. Featuring Vincent Price, this one originally aired June 30, 1950.
This week, we’ll begin by solving The Cover Girl Murder Case with Philo Vance in that episode from October 12, 1948. Then we Believe It Or Not. The final half hour belongs to Dragnet, and The Big Revolt. That episode first aired June 21, 1953.
The Whisperer sneaks in and opens the show this week with Into Each Life, an episode from August 19, 1951.
Our Suspense Replay this week is A Terribly Strange Bed, which first aired June 7, 1954.
This week, we’ll hear again from X Minus One, and their production of A Gun For Dinosaur. This episode first aired March 7, 1956.
Our serving of Orson Welles comes from This Is My Best this time. We’ll hear an episode from April 24, 1945 titled Anything Can Happen.