The Avenger is up first on this week’s Relic Radio Show. We’ll hear their story from October 12, 1945, titled, Death Rings The Bell. Then, Everyman’s Theater presents The Women Stayed At Home, its broadcast from December 20, 1940.
Bold Venture opens the show this week with their broadcast from March 10, 1952, The Spectre Of El Indio. Then, The Avenger tells us of The Hooded Circle. That episode aired October 5, 1945.
Theater Five opens this edition of The Relic Radio Show. From it we’ll hear, Your Time Is Up, an episode from August 20, 1964. Then, The Avenger shares a story of Death In Mid-Air, his adventure from September 28, 1945.
The Avenger starts us off this week with, The Key To The City, which first aired September 21, 1945. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of Nothing To Govern. We close with Bold Venture, and their episode titled, The Phyllis Calvert Murders. That one first aired September 10, 1951.
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.
Our hour of radio drama begins with Mystery House this week. We’ll hear the September 16, 1945 episode titled, Complete With Quartet. Next is Believe It Or Not with Greatest Nerve. We close this episode with a story titled The Thoroughbred Murders, first heard on The Avenger September 7, 1945.
The Avenger begins the show with an episode from January 16, 1946 titled, The Wingate Heirs. Next is Believe It Or Not with Destined For Disaster. The Zero Hour closes the show with Once A Thief, their story from June 5, 1974.