We hear from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac this week. This was a short lived series of 13 episodes produced in 1944. Here is the second episode, featuring guest Lionel Barrymore. It aired February 2, 1944.
Theater Five serves up the creeps today. From that series we’ll hear a story titled, A Presence Of Mind. This one first aired December 31, 1964.
Our thriller comes from the files of Dangerous Assignment this week. The series aired on NBC from 1949 to 1953, and starred Brian Donlevy. We’ll hear its episode from February 18, 1953 titled, Resolve Doctor Mitsuko Scandal.
Next week: Diary Of Fate!
On this episode of Into The West we hear from Wild Bill Hickok. This episode, imaginatively titled First Show, is just that. It aired April 1, 1951. The series would continue until December of 1954.
On this episode of The Horror, we revisit The Projective Mr. Drogan from Lights Out. This story first aired January 26, 1943.
First this week is Stand By For Crime with their episode titled, Subversive Activities. Then, Five Minute Mystery tells the story of a Murder In Cairo. To close, The Man From Homicide brings us Old Man Kelso, an episode that first aired July 16, 1951.
It’s the Philip Morris Playhouse that will start the show off this week. From that series we’ll hear, The Lady From The Sea which first aired March 11, 1949. Then we Believe It Or Not with How Many Happy Days? . We take a break from Suspense this week, and instead offer up a Favorite Story. From June 12, 1948 we hear, The Mystery Of Room 323.