This week on Into The West, we’ll hear from Fort Laramie. Here is their sixth episode, titled The Captain’s Widow, which originally aired February 25, 1956.
It’s The Fred Allen Show on Legacy Of Laughs this week. We’ll hear The Meat Shortage, an episode that aired sometime in 1946.
Jeff Regan, Investigator begins the show this week. We’ll hear the December 21, 1949 episode titled, Some Enchanted Car-Hop. After that, Casey, Crime Photographer brings us The Santa Claus Of Bums Blvd., its episode from December 25, 1947.
The Whistler starts off our hour of classic radio this week with its episode from December 25, 1949 titled, Letter From Cynthia. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Couldn’t Say No. We close with The Avenger, and The Department Of Death. That one originally aired January 30, 1946.
This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction, the CBS Radio Mystery Theater brings us a tale titled, Bottom Of The World. This episode originally aired May 6, 1977.
Our strange tale comes from the archives of Suspense this week. From July 8, 1962, the final year of this long running series, we’ll hear The Sin Eater.
On this episode of Orson Welles On The Air, we’ll hear Welles joined by Lionel Barrymore in the December 24, 1939 Campbell Playhouse production of A Christmas Carol.
This week on The Great Gildersleeve, it’s Water Department Calender, from November 22, 1950.
We take care of a request on this episode of The Horror. Jon wrote in asking to hear something with the Bermuda Triangle in the story, and this episode from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater does just that. Here’s The Triangle, which first aired July 8, 1975.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
We hear from Suspense this week, with their episode from February 17, 1955 titled, The Man With The Steel Teeth.