The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe starts things off today with Dear Dead Lady from November 3, 1950. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Broadway Is My Beat and The Silks Bergen Murder Case, which first aired August 18, 1949 (begins at 31:23).
It’s another horror favorite today, this time coming from Diane who wanted to hear Cat’s Cradle by the Price Of Fear. Come back Saturday for another fine episode of The Hall Of Fantasy.
This weeks show begins with NBC Short Story and Scuttlebutt, which first aired May 16, 1952. Then it’s The Heat Of Anger from Incredible But True. Lightning Jim closes this show out with Jesse James Helps The Marshal, also from 1952 (begins at 34:06).
Theater Five aired on the ABC network five days a week at 5:00 PM from August 1964, to July of 1965. From this series we’ll hear Incident At Apogee, which first aired August 28, 1964.
We’ll hear the 32nd episode from The Lives Of Harry Lime on today’s show. Turnabout Is Foul Play first aired March 7, 1952. The audio quality is pretty horrendous on this one – consider yourself warned. It’s included here only to offer a complete set of this series.
This weeks strange tale features a request for The Long, Long Sleep by the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Next week it’s another ride with The Mysterious Traveler.
Airing from 1943 to 1947, The Weird Circle adapted classic horror stories for radio from notable authors of the genre. Our episode today features their version of Elizabeth Gaskell’s The Old Nurse’s Story, and aired in 1944.
Escape brings us The Man Who Would Be King, their version of Kipling’s story, for this weeks thriller. This one first aired July 7, 1947. This was the first episode of Escape’s first season.
Toby wrote in asking about Three Skeleton Key from Escape and I figured it was about time we heard it again. This version, the first, does not star Vincent Price. It aired November 15, 1949.
The Casebook Of Gregory Hood starts off this weeks episode with Forgetful Murderer from July 29, 1946. Then it’s Believe It Or Not. We’ll finish off with Boston Blackie and The Larry Brown Case from June 25, 1945.