The Relic Radio Show begins with The Whistler this week. Here’s his story from January 23, 1949, Impulse. After that, it’s Bold Venture with An Invitation To Death. That episode first aired January 14, 1952.
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On this week’s Relic Radio Show, a small tribute to Lauren Bacall by way of two of her radio performances. First, the April 2, 1951 broadcast of Bold Venture titled, The Kuan Yin Statue. After that, the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of To Have And Have Not. That one aired October 14, 1946.
This week, Bold Venture is up first with their episode titled, A Backstabbing At Shannon’s Place. Believe It Or Not follows with a Grateful Soldier. We close with Molle Mystery Theater‘s story, Yours Truly, Jack The Ripper, first heard February 27, 1945.
First this week on the Relic Radio Show, Bold Venture brings us Crazy Old Carlo, their episode from December 31, 1951. Then we’ll hear Hates Money from Believe It Or Not. We close with Author’s Playhouse, and the November 20, 1944 episode titled, A Call For Mr. Garrett.
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.
On the Relic Radio Show this week, Bold Venture starts us off with Shannon’s A Sucker, its episode from October 1, 1951. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the Most Trusting Man. We conclude with Obsession, and their story from May 5, 1952 titled, Cry Vengeance.
Our hour of radio drama begins with Bold Venture this week. From it we’ll hear We Want Cary Martin, which first aired June 18, 1951. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Strange Army. We close this week with The Unexpected Meeting from The Green Hornet. That episode aired August 23, 1945.