Adapted for radio by Michael McCabe, this weeks story is The Jokester. This episode of Beyond Midnight first aired July 18, 1969.
ABC Mystery Time brings us our thriller this week. It’s a series I don’t have much information on, but we do know this one aired sometime in 1956. Here’s Death Walked In.
Pat Novak, For Hire starts things off this week with an episode from May 14, 1949 titled Geranium Plant. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Bulldog Drummond and Devil Flats.
This week we’ll hear a request for The Return Of Peter Grimm, an episode from the Lux Radio Theater. This one first aired February 13, 1939. It’s based on a movie of the same name released in 1935.
This week brings us two more from Space Patrol! We begin with The Last Voyage Of The Lonesome Lena from December 27, 1952. Our second show is The Brain Bank And The Space Binoculars from January 3, 1953.
This week our tale comes from Inner Sanctum. From February 12, 1946 we’ll hear Elixir Number Four.
The Lives Of Harry Lime ran for 52 episodes from August 1951 to July 1952. We’ll hear the episode from January 11, 1952 titled Hands Of Glory.
This week we’ll hear another episode from Quiet Please. Rain On New Year’s Eve first aired December 29, 1947. The audio is kind of scratchy during the first couple of minutes but it clears up.
On this episode, we’ll hear again from Words At War. This one is titled The Curtain Rises, and first aired May 2, 1944.
This week we feature an episode from The Clock, a series that originated in Australia before moving to the U.S. The episode we’ll hear aired April 27, 1947 and it’s titled The Criminal Mind.