Frank Sinatra is Rocky Fortune in our first show this week. From it we’ll hear, Football Fix, which first aired February 2, 1954. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Living Library. We close with the NBC University Theater, and the episode from October 31, 1948, titled, Justice.
It’s X Minus One on this week’s Relic Radio Science Fiction. We’ll hear, The Reluctant Heroes, their episode from December 19, 1956.
We hear from Inner Sanctum on this week’s episode of Strange Tales. From August 9, 1948, here is House Of Doom!
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve, Bringing The Twins Home, first aired March 7, 1951.
We hear from Quiet, Please on today’s episode of The Horror. Here’s their story titled, The Room Where The Ghosts Live. This one was first heard January 12, 1948.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Our thriller comes by way of The Clock this week. We’ll hear the episode from February 21, 1956, titled, Death Valley.
It’s The Henry Morgan Show on Legacy Of Laughs this week. From June 4, 1947, here’s Morgan’s Around The World Listening Post.
On this episode of The Horror, Suspense brings us their adaptation of a story by W.F. Harvey titled, August Heat. The story was first published in 1910. This production aired May 31, 1945.
Case Closed begins with Stand By For Crime this time. We’ll hear The Gladstone Murder Case, which aired in 1953. After that, Crime Classics brings us The Crime Of Bathsheba Spooner, its episode from June 15, 1953.
CBS Radio Workshop starts things off this week with their episode from June 22, 1956, titled, Another Point Of View, or Hamlet Revisited. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Useless Guard. We close with The Blue Beetle, and Sabotage Incorporated. That episode (actually a two-parter sewn together) first aired in July of 1940.