We hear Herbert Marshall as The Man Called X on this episode of Relic Radio Thrillers. This story, Red Messenger, was first heard December 16, 1950.
We hear from The Fred Allen Show on this week’s Legacy Of Laughs. This episode from January 12, 1947, is titled, British Radio.
The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe is up first on this episode of Case Closed. We’ll hear, The Pigeons Blood, his story from June 11, 1949. Then, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us The Jean Cooper Murder Case, his episode from August 20, 1949.
The Relic Radio Show begins with Obsession this time. From that series we’ll hear A Summer Evening, a story first heard January 22, 1951. Mystery Award Theater follows with its June 13, 1949, broadcast, The Screwball Division.
This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction we hear from 2000 Plus. Here’s the April 26, 1950, story, When Machines Went Mad. It sounds like the first few minutes of the broadcast are missing, but I hope you can fill in the blanks and enjoy it anyway.
We hear from The Sealed Book on Strange Tales this week. This episode is titled To Have And To Hold, and first aired August 12, 1945.
On this episode of The Horror, we’ll hear The Fast One from Lights Out. This story was first heard January 5, 1943.
It’s Suspense this week on Relic Radio Thrillers. We’ll hear the February 16, 1943, broadcast, In Fear And Trembling.
This week on Legacy Of Laughs, William Powell joins The Sealtest Variety Theater. This was originally broadcast September 23, 1948.
We begin with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear his September 15, 1957, story, The JPD Matter. After that, it’s This Is Your FBI with, Crime In The Roaring 20’s, their broadcast from January 4, 1946.