Night Beat brings us Mentallo, The Mental Marvel from May 1, 1950 to begin this weeks show. Then it’s a quick Incredible But True with Only A Miracle. Bold Venture closes out the show this week with Voodoo Vendetta, which first aired December 10, 1951 (begins at 33:51).
Beyond Tomorrow was a series created for CBS radio, though there seems to be some question as to whether or not its three episodes ever aired. Dated April 11, 1950 we’ll hear Incident At Switchpath.
This week we’ll hear from Quiet, Please. This series aired from June of 1947, to June of 1949 producing 109 episodes. We’ll hear It’s Later Than You Think, which first aired August 2, 1948.
On this episode, we’ll join E.G. Marshall for another tale from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. This one, titled The Spectral Bride, first aired September 26, 1974.
This week, it’s the exciting conclusion to The Case Of The Fabulous Formula from Counterspy. This episode originally aired April 20, 1950.
This week, Night Watch brings us an episode from August 14, 1954 titled Old Fashioned Suicide to begin our hour of crime. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Broadway Is My Beat with The Henry Baker Murder Case which first aired December 17, 1949 (begins at 28:34).
Box 13 starts us off this week with Flash Of Light from February 20, 1949. Then you can Believe It Or Not with Unlikely Death. To close, Favorite Story brings us The Man Who Made Gold, which first aired September 18, 1948 (begins at 29:41).
More from Columbia Workshop today, with a radio dramatization of the play that brought the world the word ‘robot’. It’s Karel Capek’s 1920 play R.U.R. This first aired April 18, 1937.
On this episode we’ll hear again from the Campbell Playhouse. This one is titled Dinner At Eight, and first aired February 18, 1940.