Strange Tales is back this week with something from Quiet, Please. From November 17, 1947 we’ll hear Kill Me Again.
The CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us All Living Things Must Die for this episode. The story was written by Mystery Theater regular Elspeth Eric, who wrote 115 other stories for the show, and also appeared as an actress on 13 episodes. This one first aired April 29, 1974.
This week we’ll hear from Dangerous Assignment with Track Down The Ghost Ship, which originally aired March 11, 1953.
Next week, it’s Screen Directors Playhouse.
Vincent Price, as The Saint begins our show today with an episode titled The Big Swindle, which first aired February 25, 1951. Then we Believe It Or Not. This Is Your FBI brings us The Unwelcome Guest to close the show. That episode first aired January 25, 1946 (begins at 29:49).
Donovan’s Brain, featuring Orson Welles, is our selection for today. This episode originally aired on Suspense in two parts, May 18 and May 25, of 1944. I trimmed a little off of each (1 Roma Wine commercial is enough for a week) for a smoother transition between the two.
The Whistler begins our hour of radio this week with The Alibi, which first aired October 25, 1942. Next up is Believe It Or Not with Hidden Treasure. The Sealtest Variety Theater closes this show with a halloween party thrown by Boris Karloff which aired October 28, 1948 (begins at 30:55).
This week, we’ll hear the last show produced for X Minus One, titled Gray Flannel Armor. This one aired January 9, 1958.
Next week, SF ’68.
Don Ameche, and Maureen O’ Sullivan star in Winter In Paris, a wartime tale from Screen Guild Theater. The series aired from 1939 to 1952. The episode we’ll hear, was originally broadcast March 3, 1940.
We hear from Suspense once again this week, with an episode featuring DeForest Kelley years before he became Dr. McCoy. The episode is titled Flesh Peddler, and first aired August 4, 1957.
Next week, more from Quiet, Please!