We’ll hear this week from Dimension X, one of the first adult science fiction series. The episode The Man In The Moon first aired July 14, 1950.
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.
We’ll hear from a series called The World’s Best on this weeks episode. From August 18, 1941 here’s The Room Without A Door, based on a story by Honore de Balzac.
The CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us our tale of horror this week. We’ll hear The Real Printers Devil, which first aired July 17, 1974.
This weeks thriller features an episode of Suspense dramatizing the life of gangster Dutch Schultz. This episode aired October 26, 1953.
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!
The Lives Of Harry Lime aired between August of 1951, and July 1952 offering up a prequel of sorts to the Third Man movie. At least for the Harry Lime character. This episode first aired February 8, 1952 and it’s titled Earl On Troubled Waters.