On this episode of Strange Tales, we’ll hear an adaptation of the H.G. Wells story, The Country Of The Blind as told by Author’s Playhouse. This one was first broadcast October 16, 1944.
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First off this week is Author’s Playhouse with He Woke Up Famous. An episode from July 13, 1944. Then, Believe It Or Not presents Slept Through Term.
Our Suspense Replay continues with The Cellar, their episode from March 22, 1955.
Our hour of radio drama begins with Author’s Playhouse this week. We’ll hear High Air, which first aired February 19, 1945. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Court Trial.
Suspense Replay features The Operation this time. It first aired January 27, 1955.
This week, we hear from Author’s Playhouse. This series aired over NBC stations from March 1941, to June of 1945. We’ll hear Off Tokyo Bay, which first aired January 6, 1943.
This show is a bit longer than usual, and brings us two fine stories beginning with Authors Playhouse and Two Of A Kind, which first aired July 28, 1944. Then it’s Incredible But True and Rescue At Sea. We’ll finish off with Studio One, and Payment Deferred which aired July 8, 1947 (begins at 32:40).
This week we begin with Authors Playhouse, and a humorous tale titled My Friend Merton, which first aired May 21, 1945. Then it’s Water Wheel from Incredible But True. We’ll close out with Favorite Story and The Necklace, which first aired July 3, 1948 (begins at 33:03).
Authors Playhouse aired on the NBC network from March 1941, to June of 1945. From it we’ll hear Johnny Cartwright’s Camera, which first aired July 22, 1944.
This week our hour of old time radio begins with Authors Playhouse. From November 13, 1944 we’ll hear The Long Way Round. Then it’s Incredible But True and Handwriting On The Wall. We finish off with The Adventures Of The Falcon, and The Case Of The Raw Deal from December 10, 1950.
This week we’ll hear from Authors Playhouse. From July 8, 1944 it’s The Kraken. Next week we’ll join The Mysterious Traveler for another weird tale.
Finally another Radio At War! This time around it’s an episode from Authors Playhouse that tells the tale of a mans attempts to escape the Nazi’s. Cry For The Hunted first aired September 22, 1944.