This week, by request, we’ll start off with The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The Chargo Gagog Mancho Gagog Chabuna Munga Mog Caper, otherwise known as The Indian Caper, from September 25, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Jeff Regan, Investigator and the Man Who Liked Mountains from August 7, 1948.
We continue the all request week with today’s western themed Relic Radio Show. First off it’s Have Gun, Will Travel and Road To Wickenberg from November 30, 1958. Then we Believe It Or Not with Billy Dixon. We’ll finish off with The Six Shooter and Escape From Smoke Falls from November 15, 1953.
Our all request week begins with an episode from Space Patrol. From October 25, 1952 we’ll hear The Hole In Empty Space.
This week it’s one of my favorite episodes, from one of my favorite series. From The Hall Of Fantasy we’ll hear The Shadow People. This one first aired September 5, 1952.
We return to our regular programming this week with an episode from The Whistler. We’ll hear Legacy Of Death, first aired February 14, 1943.
This week we hear first from Pat Novak, For Hire and The Mysterious Set Of Books from August 10, 1947. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Jack Webb in Dragnet and The Big Watch from April 13, 1950.
The show begins this week with The Adventures Of The Falcon and The Case Of The Un-Silent Butler from March 11, 1951. Then it’s Incredible But True and Trail Of The Werebeast. Cloak And Dagger will finish the show with Swastika On The Windmill from July 30, 1950.
This week it’s a mystery episode from the South African sci-fi series The Challenge Of Space. We’ll call it The Centauries for now, and I’ll see if I can find the correct title (if that’s not it) later on. It may have first aired December 1, 1970.
Happy Halloween! This week we’ve got two from Quiet Please beginning with an episode from April 19, 1948 titled Clarissa. We’ll follow that up with Don’t Tell Me About Halloween from October 27, 1947.
Today marks the 71st anniversary of the infamous War Of The Worlds broadcast. It’s only fitting we hear it again today. From the Mercury Theater On The Air, it first aired October 30, 1938.
For more information on this broadcast, and the panic it allegedly created, here are some links: