On this episode of Strange Tales we’ll enjoy a show from the Australian production of The Clock. The series had originated in the U.S., running from 1946 to 1948, before being reborn in Australia eight years later. We’ll hear Ghost Story, which aired December 13, 1955.
Our horror tale on this episode comes from the Columbia Workshop. From September 5, 1937 here is S. S. San Pedro.
This week, Brian Donlevy is Steve Mitchell in Dangerous Assignment. From May 18, 1951 we’ll hear Find Operation Hot Foot Microbes.
Nightbeat brings us The Professor’s System from March 13, 1950 to begin this episode. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Rocky Jordan and Fall Guy. That episode first aired May 1, 1949.
We’ve got a long show this week beginning with MGM Theater Of The Air and Public Hero Number One, which first aired July 28, 1950. Then it’s The Stowaway from Incredible But True. We’ll finish off with John Steele, Adventurer and The First Stone, first heard December 26, 1950 (begins at 60:50).
We’ll hear more from X Minus One this week. From September 19, 1957 here is Tsylana.
Our strange tale this week was adapted from the novella by George Eliot titled The Lifted Veil. The story was first published in 1859, and this radio adaptation first aired January 9, 1944 on The Weird Circle.
On this episode of The Horror we’ll hear from Lights Out. This one is titled Prelude To Murder, and first aired June 15, 1943.
By request, here’s an adaptation of an H. Rider Haggard story. King Solomon’s Mines first aired on the Lux Radio Theater December 1, 1952.