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).
Browsing: favorite story
Kind of a special show today. Jon requested any headless horseman stories I was able to find, and as luck would have it there are a couple. First, from CBS Radio Mystery Theater is The Headless Hessian, which first aired September 23, 1975. Then it’s Favorite Story with The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow from May 29, 1948.
This week Favorite Story starts off our hour of radio drama. We’ll hear their adaptation of the Wilkie Collins story The Moonstone, which first aired August 7, 1948. Then it’s Incredible But True and Three Who Died. Finally we’ll hear from The Avenger, and an episode titled High Tide Murders that first aired June 8, 1945 (begins at 31:23).
This episode begins with Jimmy Stewart in The Six Shooter. We’ll hear Red Lawson’s Revenge, which first aired October 25, 1953. Next is Room 117 from Incredible But True. Favorite Story closes out our episode today with 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea from December 20, 1947 (begins at 33:10).
Ronald Coleman presents Favorite Story for us on this weeks show. We’ll hear their adaptation of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s story Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment. The story was first published in 1837, while this adaptation aired May 15, 1948.
Favorite Story starts this episode off with The Strange Mister Bartleby from July 17, 1948. Then it’s Incredible But True and The Skull Of Bettiscomb, before we hear Hollywood Star Playhouse and A Question Of Time from September 18, 1950. That episode starts at 31:53 if you’d like to skip the first.
Ronald Colman presents Favorite Story on this weeks Strange Tales. From June 18, 1949 we’ll hear Roll Call Of The Reef. Come back next week for another classic episode of the CBS Radio Mystery Theater!
This week Favorite Story starts things off with The Lady Of The Lamp from July 31, 1948. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Moon Gate. We finish off with John Steele, Adventurer and The Darkened Ring from November 7, 1950.
Based on the story by Rudyard Kipling, The Phantom Rickshaw is this week’s Strange Tale. We’ll hear a radio adaptation done by Favorite Story that first aired December 3, 1946.
Bogart and Bacall join us this week in Bold Venture. We’ll hear Spanish Gold which first aired April 23, 1951. Then it’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and Killed By Bashfulness. Favorite Story and The Glass Eye from January 1, 1949 will close out the show this week.