This week we’ll hear another episode from Quiet Please. Rain On New Year’s Eve first aired December 29, 1947. The audio is kind of scratchy during the first couple of minutes but it clears up.
On this episode, we’ll hear again from Words At War. This one is titled The Curtain Rises, and first aired May 2, 1944.
This week we feature an episode from The Clock, a series that originated in Australia before moving to the U.S. The episode we’ll hear aired April 27, 1947 and it’s titled The Criminal Mind.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts the show off with The Deep Shadow, an episode from March 21, 1950. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s Gang Busters and The Case Of The Red Evening Dress. This one aired September 22, 1945.
Our hour of old time radio begins this week with Suspense, and an episode from November 10, 1942 titled Will You Make A Bet With Death? Then it’s Incredible But True and The Man Who Said Mass. We’ll finish off this show with The Man Called X and Mr. X Goes To Syria, which first aired December 9, 1950.
This week we’ll hear from a series which may never aired. From Beyond This World we’ll hear The Outer Limit, an episode which may have aired in April 1950.
The CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us this weeks Strange Tale. From January 22, 1942 we’ll hear A Very Old Man.
We’ve got another weird one from Lights Out this week! From December 22, 1942 we’ll hear Meteor Man.
Our thriller comes from the Molle Mystery Theater this week. From April 2, 1948 we’ll hear The Betrayer.
Today’s show features Orson Welles as a guest on The Texaco Star Theater with Fred Allen. This episode aired October 18, 1942.