On this episode of Relic Radio Thrillers, Escape brings us their story from January 10, 1948. Here is, The Second Class Passenger.
More from Lights Out on this episode of The Horror. We’ll hear, The Little People, which aired July 27, 1943.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
We begin with Richard Diamond, Private Detective this week. We’ll hear, Martin White Sees Dead Men, an episode from January 22, 1950. After that, Broadway Is My Beat brings us the January 21, 1951 episode titled, The Joan Gale Murder Case.
The Columbia Workshop opens this week’s episode with Wake Up And Die, their story from October 12, 1939. After that, Believe It Or Not brings us a Strange Way To Die. We close with Theater Five, and their January 8, 1965 episode titled, The Delinquents.
On this episode of Relic Radio Science Fiction, Tales Of Tomorrow presents, Betelgeuse Bridge. This is the third entry in the series, and it first aired January 15, 1953.
The audio is a bit rough on this one…consider yourself warned.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we hear from the South African series The Creaking Door. This story, titled, Don’t Take My Blood, first aired January 5, 1965.
On this episode of The Horror, we hear from an Armed Forces Radio production titled, Macabre. Here’s the first episode, Final Resting Place, which first aired November 13, 1961.
More from The Adventures Of Frank Race on today’s episode. We’ll hear, The Adventure Of Three On A Match, which first aired July 23, 1949.
Mr. District Attorney starts us off this week with an episode titled, Death By Adoption, which first aired December 12, 1952. We close with 21st Precinct, and the November 4, 1955 episode titled, The Special Orders.
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.