We go all western this week! Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone starts things off with the first episode of that series titled Duel On The Trail, which first aired February 23, 1958. Then it’s Incredible But True and Here Will You Lie. Frontier Gentleman closes out this episode with The Honky-Tonker’s from February 16, 1958.
This weeks featured episode comes from SF ’68, a South African sci-fi series. We’ll hear The Space Cow which first aired August 16, 1968.
Based on a story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, our strange tale this week is The Heart Of Ethan Brand. This episode comes from The Weird Circle, and first aired February 13, 1944.
Command Performance was a musical variety show produced for the entertainment of the Armed Forces. This episode from May 7, 1942 features Betty Grable and Jack Benny, among others.
We’ve got more from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac this week. This episode, from June 28, 1944 features guest Lynn Bari.
Beyond Midnight serves up the chills this week. We’ll hear The Tangled Way, one of five stories transcribed for international distribution. No air date for this one.
Come back Wednesday for an episode from Quiet Please on the Horror Replay!
This week we’ll hear a little mystery from Nightbeat (or is it Night Beat?) from February 13, 1950. The Night Is A Weapon stars Frank Lovejoy as Randy Stone, reporter for The Chicago Star.
Jack Webb as Jeff Regan, Investigator starts things off this week with an episode from October 9, 1948 titled The Too Many Mrs. Rogers. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s the FBI In Peace And War with The Crack-Up. That episode aired September 14, 1950.
We’ve got two mysteries for you this week! The Molle Mystery Theater begins the show with Night Must Fall from April 12, 1946. Then it’s Town Clock as we Believe It Or Not. ABC Mystery Theater closes out the show this week with No One Will Ever Know.
This week we hear from Escape, and an episode from February 7, 1950 titled The Outer Limit. Next week, tune in for another adventure from SF ’68.