First this week is Radio City Playhouse with their episode from November 15, 1948 titled, The First And The Last. Then, Believe It Or Not tells the story of The King Who Wanted To Be A Dancer. We close out this time with Theatre Royal, and their episode from May 23, 1954 titled, The Aspern Papers.
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Radio City Playhouse opens the show this week with Deadline, their episode from February 28, 1949. Then, Believe It Or Not gets us on track with Gauge Of Railroads. To close, Behind The Mike shares some insight on Sound Effects in this episode from November 3, 1940.
We hear from Radio City Playhouse on this episode of Relic Radio Thrillers. First heard July 17, 1948 here is Of Unsound Mind.
This week on the Relic Radio Show we’ll begin with Special Delivery, an episode from Radio City Playhouse that first aired August 7, 1948. Then it’s Five Minute Mystery with A Rose By Any Other Name.
Suspense Replay continues on with their episode from December 16, 1954 titled, Pretty Girl.
We hear from Radio City Playhouse this week, with Note On Danger B. This episode was originally broadcast June 6, 1949.
Our strange tales this week features adaptations of stories from two famous authors. As heard on Duet, an episode from the Radio City Playhouse, we hear their version of The Lake by Ray Bradbury, and Collector’s Item by Roald Dahl. This program originally aired October 16, 1949.
Radio City Playhouse begins this episode with Betrayal, an episode from August 30, 1948. Next up is Incredible But True with Silent As A Tomb. Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone closes this show with The Homesteaders, which first aired March 23, 1958 (begins at 32:49).
This weeks show begins with Long Distance from the Radio City Playhouse. This episode first aired July 3, 1948. Next up is Strange Death from Believe It Or Not. The Whistler closes out this show with Death And The Emperor from September 17, 1947.
This week we’ll begin with Radio City Playhouse and an episode from July 17, 1948 titled Of Unsound Mind. Then it’s Engaged Only Once by Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. We’ll finish off with The Whisperer and Never The Twain from September 16, 1951.