We’ll hear from The Columbia Workshop today, with an episode titled Double Exposure. This episode had originally aired February 15, 1940.
This week we’ll hear from The Stan Freberg Show, and its episode from September 15, 1957 titled Another Hi-Fi Lecture.
By request, we’ll hear an adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1947 film The Paradine Case. Produced by the Lux Radio Theater, this one aired May 9, 1949.
Amanda wrote in asking for a bit more from Vincent Price. Here’s Vincent in the Suspense adaptation of The Pit And The Pendulum, which first aired November 10, 1957. Four years later, Price would appear in another telling of this tale, this time for the silver screen in Roger Corman’s 1961 film version.
First this week is Nick Carter, Master Detective with Murder By Magic, from April 8, 1944. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Let George Do It with A Matter Of Honor. That episode first aired January 21, 1952.
Our hour of old time radio begins with I Love Adventure. We’ll hear But Grandma, What Big Teeth You Have which first aired June 6, 1948. Then Believe It Or Not brings us the story of Moonlighting Doctors.
The Suspense Replay episode this week is The Revenge Of Captain Bligh. It originally aired May 17, 1954.
X Minus One aired over NBC for almost three years, and produced 127 episodes for the network. From that series we’ll hear Point Of Departure, which originally aired October 17, 1957.
The Creaking Door presents Like Blood Sisters for our strange tale this week. This episode first aired August 10, 1964.
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve, A Visit By Aunt Hattie, first aired October 13, 1948.
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.