From the Lux Radio Theater it’s another radio adaptation of a (now) classic film. We’ll hear Panic In The Streets which first aired March 5, 1951. The movie, starring Richard Widmark as did the radio show, was released June 12, 1950.
This week we’ll begin with I Was A Communist For The FBI and Against The Middle from February 11, 1953. Then after you Believe It Or Not, we’ll hear from The FBI In Peace And War. Dumb Luck first aired September 22, 1957.
This week our show begins with a dead body. We’ll hear Murder At Midnight and Death Across The Board from November 16, 1946. Then from Incredible But True it’s The Playful Spirit. We’ll conclude with Theater Five and The Last Land Rush from October 6, 1964.
This week we return with one of the first adult sci-fi shows, Dimension X. We’ll hear The Potters Of Firsk from July 28, 1950.
Originally heard in South Africa, this week we’ll hear from Beyond Midnight. This episode is titled The Locked Door and aired sometime in 1968.
This week our thriller comes from Suspense. From May 31, 1955 we’ll hear Beirut By Sunrise.
This week our tales of crime begin with Rocky Jordan and Red Stands For Blood from February 13, 1949. Then it’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. We’ll finish off with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and Murder Is A Merry-Go-Round from March 11, 1949.
This week we’ll start off with The Adventures Of The Falcon and The Case Of The Double Exposure from October 19, 1950. Then it’s a quicky from Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and Iron Man. The Six Shooter will close things out with Quiet City from February 14, 1954.
This week our show comes from the Orson Welles Theater. This episode, My Little Boy, first aired January 19, 1942.
It’s the conclusion of Earth Abides for this week’s show. This episode of Escape aired November 12, 1950.