We hear from the Lux Radio Theater on this episode, and their adaptation of Jane Eyre. Based on the movie from 1943, this program aired June 5, 1944.
Today we’ll hear two from The Black Mass, a series suggested by Troy, and one we’ve not heard from in quite a while. First is their adaptation of the Ambrose Bierce story The Boarded Window which aired February 12, 1964. That will be followed by The Haunted House, taken from a story written by Virginia Woolf.
This week our thriller comes from Escape. We’ll hear Action, an episode that first aired April 4, 1948.
Our horror favorite this week was sent in by Scott, who asked to hear a classic from Quiet, Please. The Thing On The Fourble Board first aired August 9, 1948.
This week, we hear first from The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe with The Gold Cobra from June 21, 1950. Then, after Believe It Or Not, it’s Philo Vance with an episode from August 24, 1948 titled The Poetic Murder Case (begins at 31:43).
The Whistler joins us first this week with an episode titled The Man In The Trench Coat from June 17, 1951. Then we hear from Believe It Or Not with Ink Blot Test. The Haunting Hour closes out this show with Double Threat from 1945 (begins at 29:12).
We travel back to the mid-1960’s, as the music will surely prove, for this episode from Theater Five. First Encounter first aired September 10, 1964.
On this episode of Radio At War we’ll hear from Words At War, a series that aired over NBC radio from 1943 to 1945. This episode, titled Gunners Get Glory, first aired May 9, 1944.
We take another ride with The Mysterious Traveler this week, and hear I Died Last Night. This episode originally aired June 8, 1947.
We hear from Beyond Midnight on today’s episode. This story is based on the Charles Dickens story The Signalman, and first aired March 28, 1969. Here’s The Train.