The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe starts off this week’s Case Closed with its story, The Torch Carriers. That one aired January 7, 1950. Then, The Black Museum brings us its April 29, 1953, episode, Glass Shards.
This week on the Relic Radio Show, we begin with Have Gun, Will Travel and their story, The Englishman. That one first aired January 11, 1959. Then, The Damon Runyon Theatre brings us Earthquake, their story from April 10, 1949.
It’s the CBS Radio Mystery Theater on this week’s Relic Radio Science Fiction. We’ll hear the July 19, 1976, story, Future Eye.
This time on Strange Tales, Murder At Midnight presents, Wherever I Go. This story was originally broadcast October 7, 1946.
On this episode of Orson Welles On The Air, The Campbell Playhouse brings us its February 25, 1940, episode titled Only Angels Have Wings.
Today on The Horror, we’ll hear a story from The Hall Of Fantasy that Chris wrote in and requested. From February 9, 1953, here’s Dance Of The Devil Dolls.
This week on Relic Radio Thrillers, The Adventures Of Frank Race brings us a story from October 8, 1949, titled The Adventure Of The Silent Tongue.
Nick Carter, Master Detective opens this week’s Case Closed with its story, Nine Hours To Live. That one first aired January 15, 1944. Then, the Secrets Of Scotland Yard tells us of The Man About Town, their broadcast from September 28, 1953.
We begin the Relic Radio Show with Cavalcade Of America this week. Here’s the May 6, 1946, story, The Unsinkable Mrs. Brown. After that, Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen shares its story, Hattie McCormack And The Patient Stowaway. That episode first aired December 31, 1947.
This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction, we’ll hear The Veldt, by Dimension X. This story was originally broadcast August 9, 1951.