Big Town starts us off on this week’s Relic Radio Show. We’ll hear The Fatal Fix, which first aired January 25, 1949. Then, Columbia Workshop brings us their story, Coals To Newcastle. That episode aired February 1, 1940.
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Columbia Workshop is up first this week. We’ll hear their broadcast from May 15, 1939, The Law Beaters. Then, The Zero Hour brings us The Grand Prize, its story from July 12, 1974.
This week on the Relic Radio Show, we begin with NBC Short Story and their story titled, Shadow Of Evil. That one first aired March 28, 1951. Then, Columbia Workshop presents Murder In The Cathedral, their story from July 23, 1938.
Another hour of radio drama begins with Four Into Seven Won’t Go from Columbia Workshop. That story first aired April 30, 1938. Then, Hollywood Sound Stage presents Shadow Of A Doubt, its episode from January 10, 1952.
We hear from the Columbia Workshop on this week’s Strange Tales. From May 23, 1937, here’s A Night At An Inn.
The Relic Radio Show begins with The Columbia Workshop this week. We’ll hear Cassidy And The Devil, their episode from January 12, 1941. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Soldier Works Magic. We close with Escape, and, A Sleeping Draught. That story aired October 1, 1950.
The Columbia Workshop opens this week’s episode with Wake Up And Die, their story from October 12, 1939. After that, Believe It Or Not brings us a Strange Way To Die. We close with Theater Five, and their January 8, 1965 episode titled, The Delinquents.
This week, The Molle Mystery Theater starts us off with their episode titled Red Wine. It was originally broadcast March 8, 1946. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the Prince’s Cruelty. We close with The Columbia Workshop, and their episode from November 30, 1939 titled, The Wonderful Day.
The Columbia Workshop is first this week with their episode from November 2, 1946 titled, Lee Fountain Comes Of Age. Believe It Or Not follows with Deathbed Wish. We close with Radio City Playhouse and Ground Floor Window, their episode from July 10, 1948.
We hear from the Columbia Workshop for our dose of Welles this week. From April 11, 1937, here is The Fall Of The City.