We’ll hear from Lux Radio Theater on this episode, and an appearance from Mr. Welles in Break Of Hearts, which first aired September 11, 1944. This one also features his wife at the time, Rita Hayworth.
First this week we check in with Box 13 for an episode from February 27, 1949 titled Hare And Hounds. Then we’re off to Believe It Or Not to learn of the Canadian Joan Of Arc. We finish this week with The Saint, and Murder Of A Champion from April 30, 1950 (begins at 28:52).
This week, Exploring Tomorrow brings us an episode first heard June 18, 1958 titled First Baby In Space.
Our strange tale comes from The Mysterious Traveler this week. First airing June 17, 1952 here’s The Green Death.
We’ll hear another horror favorite today, with this episode of The Hall Of Fantasy that Garrett mentioned. From April 13, 1953 here’s Demon Of The Night. It sounds like the closing credits have been removed, but the story is complete.
The Man Called X first took the air for a short run in the summer of 1944 before taking off on a journey that had it switch between networks three times, and run until 1952. From that long running espionage series we’ll hear The Man Who Died Twice, which first aired March 4, 1952.
Steve wrote in asking to hear this episode from Escape. Based on the story by John Collier, and airing November 5, 1947 here is Evening Primrose.
Philo Vance brings us The Sterling Murder Case to begin this week. That episode first aired January 312, 1950. Then after Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear from This Is Your FBI with The House On 92nd Street, which first aired October 12, 1945.
Dangerous Assignment starts off the show this week with their episode from April 17, 1950 titled Investigate Flying Saucers. Then, Incredible But True brings us The Wanderer. We close out today with Mystery Playhouse, and Fifty Candles from July 25, 1944 (begins at 33:51).
Usually we associate Quiet Please with horror, but we’ll hear one of their science fiction themed shows this week. This last episode of the series shares the name of the series. Here’s Quiet Please, which first aired June 25, 1949.