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.
This week the show begins with a South African series called The Creaking Door. We’ll hear The Cards, from October 19, 1964. Then we Believe It Or Not with When Will He Die. Gunsmoke will close this show with Billy The Kid, which first aired April 26, 1952.
This week we’ll hear an episode from X Minus One based on a story by Philip Dick titled Colony. This episode aired October 10, 1956.
This week we’ll hear from Authors Playhouse. From July 8, 1944 it’s The Kraken. Next week we’ll join The Mysterious Traveler for another weird tale.
This week’s horror comes courtesy of The Witch’s Tale. We’ll hear The Mannequin, an episode that first aired September 11, 1933.
We return this week with an episode from the last incarnation of Welles’ Mercury Theater, The Mercury Summer Theater. From August 16, 1946 we’ll hear Abednego, The Slave.
Our thriller this week comes from the Lux Radio Theater. Based on the movie by Alfred Hitchcock, we’ll hear their version of The Thirty Nine Steps from December 13, 1937.
The show begins this week with Crime Classics and the longest title in old time radio history, The Checkered Life And Sudden Death Of Colonel James Fisk. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator and Microfilm In The Fishtank. That episode first aired October 24, 1951.
An hour of old time radio begins with Dangerous Assignment, and an episode titled The Lost City from May 17, 1950. Then it’s Masque Of Mystery from Incredible But True. We finish off with Night Beat, and an episode from February 6, 1950 titled Zero.