More from The Lives Of Harry Lime this week with the 42nd of its 52 episodes. This one is titled The Elusive Vermeer, and first aired May 16, 1952.
Today we’ll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater, and their adaptation of the M.R. James story Casting The Runes. From March 4, 1974 here’s This Will Kill You.
We join The Chase this week for their episode titled Murderer’s Row. This one aired March 29, 1953.
This week we’ll enjoy the comedic talents of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis on the imaginatively named The Martin And Lewis Show. This episode is the very first, and features guest Lucille Ball. It aired April 3, 1949.
Our episode today was suggested by Erica, it’s one of her favorites along with many other listeners. From December 5, 1946 here’s The House In Cypress Canyon by Suspense. Thanks for the suggestion Erica!
Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts the show off this week with The Eddie Garrett Case from August 27, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Tales Of The Texas Rangers and The Trigger Man. That episode first aired July 29, 1950.
We’ll hear two from Suspense this week. First off, as suggested by Rhonda, is De Mortuis. This episode features Charles Laughton, and first aired February 10, 1949.
Our Suspense Replay episode this week is The Last Days Of John Dillinger. It first aired May 10, 1954.
From Exploring Tomorrow we’ll hear The Martian Queen. This episode, which is a bit shorter than what we’re used to, first aired April 2, 1958.
This week we’ll hear from Escape, and their production of H. Rider Haggard’s story She. The story was first published in 1887, this radio adaptation originally aired July 11, 1948.
The Great Gildersleeve encounters The Welfare Investigator in this episode from October 6, 1948.