The Great Gildersleeve replay continues on this week with the October 11, 1950 episode titled, Bullard For Mayor.
We hear from Quiet, Please on today’s episode of The Horror. First airing December 10, 1947, here is Some People Don’t Die.
As is often the case with this series, there are some scratchy areas in the audio. If that bugs you, you might want to pass on this one.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
It’s another Dangerous Assignment on this week’s episode. We’ll hear the June 7, 1950 episode titled, Find Champlin And His Reel Of Tape.
Our western this week is Dr. Sixgun. We’ll hear Fort Apache’s Slaughterhouse, an episode that originally aired July 29, 1954.
On this episode of Legacy Of Laughs, Lucille Ball stars in My Favorite Husband. We’ll hear the October 3, 1948 episode titled, George’s Old Flame.
On this episode of The Horror, The Creaking Door presents its story from June 22, 1964 titled, Bring Back Her Bones.
We begin with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar this time, and the episode from June 29, 1950 titled, The Barbara James Matter. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us the March 29, 1959 story titled, The Red Rose.
Our first story this week comes from the Radio City Playhouse. We’ll hear Mother, an episode that first aired September 11, 1948. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Labor Of Love. We close with the Screen Guild Theater, and their adaptation of Call Northside 777. That episode first aired October 7, 1948.
This week on Relic Radio Science Fiction, we’ll hear from SF ’68 with the second episode from that series titled, Survival. It aired March 8, 1968.
A double dose of The Strange Dr. Weird on today’s episode of Strange Tales. First, The Man Who Talked With Death, which aired December 12, 1944. After that, we hear the February 20, 1945 episode titled, The Knife Of Death.