Gunsmoke begins another hour of radio drama this week with Never Pester Chester, which first aired July 5, 1952. Then Incredible But True brings us The Devil’s Diggings. We finish with Alan Ladd in Box 13 and A Book Of Poems from October 17, 1948.
It’s Space Patrol for our serving of sci-fi this week. We’ll hear Queen Of Space, which first aired November 15, 1952.
We continue our in-order replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime on today’s show. The Dark Enchantress was the 27th episode, and aired February 1, 1952.
Airing on Mutual stations from 1946 to 1947, we’ll hear this week from Murder At Midnight. The Dead Come Back first aired November 18, 1946.
Tune in next week for a strange tale from Suspense.
It’s Lights Out on this episode of The Horror. We’ll hear the episode from August 10, 1946 titled The Ghost On The Newsreel Negative. The audio gets pretty crunchy half way through this one, but I’ve done all I can to help it sound better.
Don’t forget that you can send in your favorite horror themed episode for possible play on the Wednesday show. Send it to [email protected], and please put Horror Favorite in the subject line.
It’s The Clock for this week’s thriller. We’ll hear The Hypnotist, which first aired July 6, 1947.
Our horror favorite this week is Murder Castle from Lights Out. This episode first aired August 3, 1943 and is loosely based on serial killer H.H. Holmes. Thanks for your submission Stephanie!
Broadway Is My Beat starts off the show today with The Val Dane Murder Case from August 25, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Nick Carter, Master Detective and The Body On The Slab which first aired November 3, 1943.
We begin today’s show with a request for Zero Hour as done by Suspense, which first aired April 5, 1955. Then we Believe It Or Not with Singing Sailors. Rod Serling presents The Zero Hour for our final show this week. We’ll hear Escape To Nowhere from May 1974.
Jeffrey sent in a request for this episode from X Minus One. We’ll hear The Lifeboat Mutiny, which first aired September 11, 1956.