We’ll hear from Suspense this week with a story titled Report From A Dead Planet. This episode first aired July 10, 1960.
Authors Playhouse aired on the NBC network from March 1941, to June of 1945. From it we’ll hear Johnny Cartwright’s Camera, which first aired July 22, 1944.
We join Ken Thurston for a little bit of intrigue with The Man Called X this week. We’ll hear Missing Witness, which first aired March 24, 1951.
Vincent Price as The Saint begins this show with Button, Button from March 11, 1951. Then after Believe It Or Not, the Crime Club gives us Dead Man Control. That episode first aired March 20, 1947.
Suspense fills the first slot of the show this week with an episode that came up in the forum titled The Man Who Couldn’t Lose. This one aired September 28, 1944. Next up is Incredible But True and Death Gives A Warning. John Steele, Adventurer closes out this episode with Captive, which first aired January 29, 1950 (begins at 33:52).
This week’s comes from the first adult oriented science fiction series titled 2000 Plus. From October 10, 1951 we’ll hear The Rocket And The Skull.
This week Escape brings us Evening Primrose, a story they produced three times for the series. We’ll hear the first version which aired November 5, 1947.
The Mystery Playhouse was produced by the Armed Forces Radio Service and featured rebroadcasts of shows from other series. This episode, hosted by Peter Lorre and featuring Boris Karloff, is titled Those Who Walk In Darkness. I don’t know what series it originates from but I think you’ll enjoy it anyway.