It’s a little Cloak And Dagger for this weeks thriller! From June 25, 1950 we’ll hear Direct Line To Bombers.
Philo Vance starts this weeks show with The Argus Murder Case from September 28, 1948. Then it’s a quick Believe It Or Not before we join Inspector Thorne for The Fabulous Divorce Payoff Murder Case, an episode that aired July 20, 1951.
Misfortune’s Isle starts the show this week. This episode from Escape first aired March 21, 1948. Then it’s a quickie from Incredible But True titled The Abominable Snowman. We’ll finish off with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen with The Pegleg Skipper And The Iberian Blade from February 4, 1948.
This episode features a forum favorite, A Pail Of Air by X Minus One, and is dedicated to Garrett Reisman and his fellow crew members of the Atlantis. They may even hear it in space! It concludes with an excerpt from a speech by President Kennedy regarding space exploration and the mission to the moon.
Predecessor to the Orson Welles Radio Almanac, the Orson Welles Theater aired the first of nineteen episodes in 1941. We’ll hear the episode from October 13, 1941 featuring If In Years To Come, and Parker Poetry.
The Mysterious Traveler serves up the strangeness this week with an episode from December 29, 1946. We’ll hear If You Believe.
For four years The Weird Circle brought horror and mystery stories to the Mutual network. We’ll hear an episode from April 15, 1945 titled The Warning.
This weeks thriller comes straight from the Inner Sanctum. From June 4, 1946 we’ll hear Eight Steps To Murder.
This episode of Radio At War features a story from An American In England. This ten-part series was written by Norman Corwin, and produced by Edward R. Murrow. We’ll hear The Yanks Are Here, which first aired August 31, 1942.
This week the show begins with a little Rocky Jordan, and My Quiet Friend from April 10, 1949. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The Queen Bee Caper, which first aired July 10, 1949.