We hear from Murder Clinic to start the show off this week. From August 11, 1942, here’s Governor Of Cape Haitian. Then, The Crime Club tells the story of The Grey Mist Murders. That episode first aired April 10, 1947.
Our hour begins with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen this week. We’ll hear The Spaniard And The Lascar Pirates from July 17, 1947. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us about the Oldest Language. We close with the CBS Radio Workshop, and its episode from August 3, 1956 titled, Subways Are For Sleeping.
We hear from Exploring Tomorrow on this week’s show. From May 21, 1958, here is Meddler’s Moon.
We hear another story from The Sealed Book on the show this week. From August 26, 1945, here’s Time On My Hands.
On this episode of Radio At War, we’ll hear from Eyes, Aloft! with their episode titled, Contest Winner. This one first aired January 18, 1943.
Marjorie Craves Sauerkraut on this week’s episode of The Great Gildersleeve. This one first aired January 3, 1951.
Another peek behind The Creaking Door on this episode of The Horror. We’ll hear Village Of Daleside, which first aired July 4, 1964.
On Relic Radio Thrillers this week we’ll hear Herbert Marshall as Ken Thurston, The Man Called X. From October 16, 1947, here’s Timber Country.
On this episode of Legacy Of Laughs, we’ll hear the Sealtest Variety Theater with guest, Victor Mature. This one first aired April 14, 1949.
On today’s episode, by request, we’ll hear the CBS Radio Mystery Theater‘s adaptation of The Tell-Tale Heart. This story aired January 11, 1975, and features Herman Munster himself, Mr. Fred Gwynne.