We’ll hear from 2000 Plus this week, and their episode from September 27, 1950 titled The Green Thing.
This week on Strange Tales we revisit the Inner Sanctum for their episode titled The Judas Clock. This one originally aired April 17, 1945.
The Legacy Of Laughs and Great Gildersleeve Replay feeds have been switched over. New shows are listed now, but all the old shows are gone. Sorry, there was no way around it.
I discovered late last night that the Relic Radio account on Mevio has been suspended. It appears they’re being more selective with the shows they host – asking people to apply for the privilege. I’ve decided to go a different route.
What Does This Mean?
As I type this, older episodes from The Great Gildersleeve Replay, and Legacy Of Laughs, are still available via the feed. Suspense Replay has been deleted.
If there are any episodes you haven’t heard GRAB THEM NOW!
I will be deleting all Relic Radio shows from Mevio by February 1 (unless Mevio pulls the feeds first). Those old episodes will be deleted in the process, and won’t be available any longer. Those shows will be continued from wherever they left off as soon as I can get things configured.
The feeds for Gildy and Legacy Of Laughs will remain the same. If you are subscribed through iTunes, etc. you’ll continue to get the newest shows (as soon as I set it up). Nothing is required on your part.
Suspense Replay may be merged with the Relic Radio Show. I’m still thinking about that…
Sorry for the lack of notice about all this. I was not notified about the shutdown prior to its happening.
We’ll get things fixed – stay tuned!
More from The Campbell Playhouse on this episode. From January 21, 1940 we’ll hear The Citadel.
The Black Mass aired in the mid-1960’s, and adapted classic horror stories for radio. We’ll hear their adaptation of the M.R. James short story, An Evening’s Entertainment. This one aired October 31, 1964.
This weeks it’s a tale of international intrigue courtesy of Dangerous Assignment. We’ll hear Brian Donlevy as Steve Mitchell in, Find Eli Bryant, American Traitor. This episode first aired March 10, 1952.
Our horror favorite today comes from Bill, who wanted to hear Dracula from the Mercury Theater On The Air. This episode, the first of the series, aired July 11, 1938.
Sherlock Holmes begins the show with The Adventure Of The Bloodstained Goddess, an episode from 1949. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s another adventure with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Heat Wave, from April 16, 1949 (begins at 26:15).
We hear first from Box 13 this week, and their episode from February 6, 1949 titled Last Will And Nursery Rhyme. Then Believe It Or Not tells us of True Romance. We’ll conclude with the Sealtest Variety Theater with guest Jimmy Stewart, which first aired May 26, 1949 (begins at 28:57).
We’ll hear again from Theater Five this week, and their episode from January 14, 1965 titled The Wandering Spaceman.