We’ll continue the replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime on this episode with the 35th episode of that series. From March 28, 1952 here is Pleasure Before Business.
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We’ll continue our replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime this time with the 34th episode, titled Faith, Lime, And Charity. This show aired March 21, 1952.
Warning: This one sounds really rough! Continuing our replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime, we’ll hear the 33rd episode titled Violets, Sweet Violets. This one aired March 14, 1952.
We’ll hear the 32nd episode from The Lives Of Harry Lime on today’s show. Turnabout Is Foul Play first aired March 7, 1952. The audio quality is pretty horrendous on this one – consider yourself warned. It’s included here only to offer a complete set of this series.
More from The Lives Of Harry Lime on this episode. We’ll hear the 31st program from which first aired February 29, 1952 titled Hyacinth Patrol.
The audio quality of this episode is quite poor. I’ve decided to include for the sake of completeness while we replay this series. You’ve been warned.
On today’s show we’ll hear episode 30 of The Lives Of Harry Lime, a series that aired from August 1951, to July of 1952. This episode is titled It’s In The Bag, and first aired February 22, 1952.
Continuing the replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime series, we’ll hear the episode from February 15, 1952 titled Dead Candidate. The audio quality of this series leaves something to be desired, so consider yourselves warned.
The Lives Of Harry Lime aired between August of 1951, and July 1952 offering up a prequel of sorts to the Third Man movie. At least for the Harry Lime character. This episode first aired February 8, 1952 and it’s titled Earl On Troubled Waters.
We continue our in-order replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime on today’s show. The Dark Enchantress was the 27th episode, and aired February 1, 1952.
We’ll hear the 26th episode of The Lives Of Harry Lime, a radio prequel to The Third Man. This episode, titled 5,000 Pengoes And A Kiss, first aired January 25, 1952.