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.
On this episode of Strange Tales, we hear an adaptation of a story by Charles Dickens titled, Dr. Manette’s Manuscript. This episode of The Weird Circle was originally aired October 7, 1943.
A request from Zack on this episode of The Horror. We hear Knock At The Door, a story from Lights Out first heard December 15, 1942.
Our Relic Radio Thriller comes from The Chase this week. We’ll hear the January 25, 1953, story, The Creeper.
Broadway Is My Beat is up first on this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear, The Dr. Robbie McClure Murder Case, a story from August 4, 1949. After that, The Crime Club brings us their story from July 4, 1947, titled, Sometimes A Sucker Wins.
This week on the Relic Radio Show, Suspense is up first with its story, Tell You Why I Shouldn’t Die, which aired June 7, 1951. Then, Cloak And Dagger brings us Direct Line To Bombers, their story from June 25, 1950.
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We hear another story from SF 68 on the show this week. The Answer first aired May 17, 1968.