The Relic Radio Show begins with Cavalcade Of America this time. We hear their story from February 19, 1936 titled, The Bridge Builders. Then, it’s One Of The 28th from Adventure Ahead. That one aired October 21, 1944.
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On this episode of Radio At War, we’ll hear the September 21, 1942 production of Cavalcade Of America titled, Eagle To Britain.
This week on the Relic Radio Show, Cavalcade Of America is up first with, The Path Of Praise, their story from November 20, 1951. After that, Authors Playhouse presents its May 19, 1943 story, Light In The Darkness.
Cavalcade Of America starts of this week’s Relic Radio Show with their March 24, 1937 episode titled, The House Of Glass. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a One Track Mind. We close with The Whistler and his story, Boomerang. That one was first heard March 11. 1946.
Our hour of radio drama begins with Cavalcade Of America this week. From October 8, 1945, we’ll hear Spy On The Kilocycles. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Water Drill. We close with The Trigger Man, the July 29, 1950 offering of Tales Of The Texas Rangers.
On this episode of Radio At War, Cavalcade Of America presents its episode from January 18, 1943 titled, Soldiers Of The Tide.
Our show begins with Cavalcade Of America this week. We’ll hear The Mystery Of The Spotted Death, which first aired July 7, 1941. After that, The Green Lama shares the story of The Man Who Never Existed. That episode aired May 17, 1949.
On this episode of Radio At War, Cavalcade Of America presents its story titled, Diary On A Pig Boat. This episode first aired January 11, 1943.
We begin this weeks show with Cavalcade Of America, and their episode from March 1, 1943 titled, Diary Of A Saboteur. Then Believe It Or Not tells us of a Ritual Of Pain. We close this time with Frank Sinatra as Rocky Fortune in Rocket Racket. That story first aired March 23, 1954.
Another hour of radio drama begins with Escape this week. From it we’ll hear The Fortune Of Vargas, which first aired September 21, 1949. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us How The White House Got Its Name. We close with Basil Rathbone in Cavalcade Of America, and its episode from September 4, 1951 titled, Towards A New World.