This Friday we hear from Counterspy, and join David Harding on the case of The Arrogant Arsonist. This episode first aired September 6, 1949.
Our hour of crime begins this week with Murder By Experts, an episode from August 15, 1949 titled Dig Your Own Grave. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Sherlock Holmes with Queue For Murder from 1947 (begins at 31:37).
Frank Sinatra is Rocky Fortune in our first episode today. We’ll hear Boarding House Double Cross from March 30, 1954. Then it’s Assignment In Stockholm from Incredible But True. We’ll close with The Key, and an episode titled Big Time Hoodlum from 1956 (begins at 28:35).
This week we’ll hear from 2000 Plus. The series ran for just over two years on Mutual stations, and is said to be the first adult oriented science fiction show on radio. The episode we’ll hear is titled Flying Saucers, and first aired August 23, 1950.
Continuing our replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime on this episode. We’ll hear the 37th entry in that series titled, Man Of Mystery. It first aired April 11, 1952.
We venture past The Creaking Door once again this week for another episode from that South African series. We’ll hear I See Ghosts which first aired May 4, 1964.
In the hopes of helping you celebrate this year, you’ll find some Christmas themed old time radio on the Christmas page. More shows will be added shortly!
Enjoy, and a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you all.
On this episode, we’ll hear an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Oblong Box as done by The Weird Circle. This episode aired sometime in 1944.
As suggested by Mike, we’ll hear an episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater this week. From the late 1970’s, here’s Hickory, Dickory, Doom.
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Airing from 1947 to 1954, Escape produced 231 shows for CBS. From that series we’ll hear The Fugitive, which aired August 15, 1948.