This week we will hear again from X Minus One and its 74th episode titled Appointment In Tomorrow. This episode first aired November 7, 1956.
We’ve got a new series to The Horror this week. We’ll hear The Screaming Skull from Theater 10:30. I don’t have airdates for this one, but enjoy!
We’ve got another fine story from Escape this week. We’ll hear Wild Oranges from December 17, 1947.
We’ve got a little Jack Webb in this week’s episode. We’ll begin with Pat Novak, For Hire and Rubin Calloway’s Pictures from March 13, 1949. Then after we Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear from Pete Kelly’s Blues and Little Jake. That episode first aired in 1951.
This week it’s just a single episode, but it’s a radio adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984. From the NBC University Theater Of The Air, this episode first aired August 27, 1949.
We return this week with another great episode from The Campbell Playhouse. From October 15, 1939 we’ll hear Escape.
Today’s episode of The Horror features a war propaganda/horror story from Lights Out. They Met At Dorset first aired February 23, 1943.
This week it’s a classic Hitchcock film turned radio drama from Screen Directors Playhouse. Based on the 1943 film, we’ll hear Shadow Of A Doubt first aired November 9, 1950.
This week our tales of crime begin with Broadway Is My Beat and The Andrew Jenkins Case from March 6, 1949. Then after Ripley’s it’s Dick Powell as Richard Diamond, Private Detective in The Ralph Chase Case from May 15, 1949.