David Harding, Counterspy brings us The Vicious Visitor to start off this show. That one first aired September 29, 1949. Next up is Fish Story from Believe It Or Not, which is followed by the CBS Radio Workshop and Bring On The Angels from June 8, 1956.
On this episode we’ll hear a radio adaptation of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night produced for CBS radio. Featuring Orson Welles, among many other notable actors, this production first aired August 30. 1937.
This week we begin with the Casebook Of Gregory Hood and The Black Museum from June 10, 1946. Then after Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear Stand By For Crime and an episode from 1952 titled Luke Larson’s Murder (begins at 30:09).
We’ll hear from a new series this week titled Fort Laramie. This audition episode (no title apparently) aired July 25, 1955. Then it’s Incredible But True and Nemesis On The Left. We finish off with Cavalcade Of America and The Texas Rangers, from March 6, 1939 (begins at 35:09).
This week we’ll hear Adam And The Darkest Day from Quiet Please. This one first aired November 7, 1948.
As with many Quiet Please episodes the audio quality isn’t fantastic on this one. If you’re a stickler for that you might want to skip it. Of course you’ll miss a great story in doing that!