On this episode we’ll hear the Campbell Playhouse adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s story Rebecca. This was the first episode of the Campbell Playhouse, and first aired December 9, 1938.
We’ll hear The Second Door from Suspense on this week’s Strange Tales. This episode first aired May 6, 1962.
Based on the story by Robert Smythe Hichens, we’ll hear How Love Came To Professor Guildea, as done by Escape. This episode first aired February 28, 1948.
Our thriller this week features The Chase. From November 23, 1952 we’ll hear Blackout. The Chase aired on NBC stations from April 1952 to June of 1953.
The Casebook Of Gregory Hood starts things off this week with The Red Capsule from July 22, 1946. Then after our Believe It Or Not break, it’s Casey, Crime Photographer and The Serpent Goddess from December 4, 1947.
We start off the show this week with a request for The Lost Dog by the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. This one aired January 9, 1974. Then it’s a quick episode of The Unexpected titled Horoscope, from June 13, 1948.
This week we’ll hear an episode from X Minus One titled Venus Is A Mans World. This one first aired February 6, 1957.
This week’s strange tales comes from the CBS Radio Workshop, a series known for experimenting with radio. This is an interesting, and odd, such experiment titled Nightmare. It first aired May 5, 1957.
On today’s show we’ll hear Welles host The Black Museum. One of 52 episodes produced in 1952, this episode is titled A Piece Of Iron Chain.
Adapted for radio by Michael McCabe, this weeks story is The Jokester. This episode of Beyond Midnight first aired July 18, 1969.