This week we’ll hear the first of a two part adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World. The CBS Radio Workshop first aired this program January 27, 1956.
Gather around for another strange tale from radio’s golden age! We hear this week from The Creaking Door, and an episode that first aired May 18, 1964 titled The Dummy.
Come back next week for another fantastic episode from The Mysterious Traveler!
Quiet, Please took to the air June 8, 1947 and united friends Wyllis Cooper (writer), and Ernest Chappell (announcer/actor) for what some call the best horror and science fiction series from radio’s golden age. We’ll hear Wear The Dead Man’s Coat, which first aired February 23, 1948.
Neil Cream, Doctor Of Poison featuring Charles Laughton is this week’s thriller. This episode of Suspense first aired September 17, 1951. It’s based on the true story of serial killer Dr. Thomas Neill Cream.
Next week we hear from The Chase!
Richard Diamond, Private Detective starts off this episode of Case Closed. From September 24, 1949 we’ll hear The $200,000 Dollar Bundle. Then after Believe It Or Not, Orson Welles presents The Black Museum and The Mandolin String. That episode aired sometime in 1952.
Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen starts the show this week with Red Beard And The Bag Of Pearls from December 17, 1947. Then it’s Ye Old Sun Inn from Believe It Or Not. The Molle Mystery Theater closes out this one with Follow That Cab, which first aired April 19, 1946.
2000 Plus aired on Mutual stations from March 1950, to January 1952. From that series we’ll hear The Robot Killer, which first aired August 30, 1950.
We’ll hear The Big Event for this week’s Strange Tale. This one was produced for the CBS Radio Workshop, and first aired December 16, 1956.
Nazi Eyes On Canada was a series of five shows imagining a German victory during the war. This episode, titled Alameda, first aired October 25, 1942.
This week we’ll hear from Theater 10:30 and an episode titled The Yellow Wallpaper. If that title sounds familiar there’s good reason, Suspense aired a version starring Agnes Moorehead that we heard last November. Here’s a link to that one.
Don’t forget to check out Ruby Departed on Flash Pulp at Skinner.fm!