We take a break from the usual radio drama on this episode, and hear the story behind the network that delivered those stories to the soldiers in the first place. From 1949, here’s The AFRS Story.
As suggested by Jullyana, we’ll hear a radio adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture Of Dorian Gray. This episode first aired on the CBS Radio Mystery Theater August 7, 1974.
On this episode, we’ll hear from Diary Of Fate. This series aired from September 1947 to May 1948 over ABC radio. We’ll hear the episode from February 27, 1948 titled The Henrik Potenoff Entry.
We’ll hear an episode from The Witch’s Tale on this show, one requested by Matt titled The Devil’s Number. This one first aired May 2, 1938.
This week we’ll hear first from The Lineup, and an episode titled Guthrie Kidnapped from June 21, 1951. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator closes out the show this week with Diary Of Death, which first aired February 6, 1952.
Hollywood Star Playhouse plays first this week with Of Night And The River, which first aired October 9, 1950. Then we’ll hear from Incredible But True with Welcome Home. To close, The Adventures Of Frank Race brings us The Divers Loot from October 16, 1949.
Theater Five brings us In Absence Of All Intelligent Life for out sci-fi fix this week. This episode first aired July 26, 1965.
Vincent Price plays Shakespeare in this episode from Favorite Story. Mister Shakespeare first aired January 14, 1947.
On this episode we’ll hear from The Lives Of Harry Lime, and its 36th show titled Fool’s Gold. This one aired April 4, 1952.
As suggested by Bill, we’ll hear the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of The Birds, starring Herbert Marshall. This episode first aired July 20, 1953.