The Whistler kicks off another hour of radio drama with its episode from January 22, 1945 titled, Seascape. Believe It Or Not follows that with Glimpse Of Life. We close this offering out with I Love Adventure and The Finishing School Kidnapping. That episode aired May 30, 1948.
We hear from Dimension X on this episode of Relic Radio Science Fiction, with their episode from May 6, 1950 titled, Knock. This was based on the story by Fredric Brown.
We’ll hear from Theatre Royal this week with their adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s story, Markheim. The story was first published in 1885, and produced for Theatre Royal November 28, 1953.
This week on Radio At War, An American In England presents its episode from December 8, 1942 titled, Home Is Where You Hang Your Helmet.
This episode of The Great Gildersleeve first aired May 3, 1950. It’s titled, Bronco Disappears.
The Weird Circle presents an adaptation of Algernon Blackwood’s story The Doll on The Horror today. This episode aired sometime in 1944.
Opening music: Constancy Part 2 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
This week our thriller comes courtesy of Escape. From a story by Graham Greene, here is Confidential Agent. This episode first aired April 2, 1949.
On Into The West this week, we hear from Fort Laramie. From February 19, 1956, here is Boredom.
This episode of The Sealtest Variety Theater features guest, Burt Lancaster. This one first aired April 7, 1949.
On this episode of The Horror, The Sealed Book tells the tale titled, I’ll Die Laughing. This episode first aired May 27, 1945.