On Case Closed this week, Night Beat opens the show with their episode from September 4, 1950 titled, Old Home Week. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective shares The Louis Spence Case, which first aired March 5, 1950.
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First this week is Broadway Is My Beat with their episode from October 13, 1950 titled, The Helen Carrol Murder Case. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us The $50,000 Diamond Heist. That story was originally heard November 12, 1949.
We begin with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar this time, and the episode from June 29, 1950 titled, The Barbara James Matter. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us the March 29, 1959 story titled, The Red Rose.
This week, The Black Museum starts us off with The Leather Bag, an episode that first aired in 1952. That is followed by Five Minute Mystery and their story titled, Sapphire Theft. We close with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and The Jewel Thief, an episode from February 19, 1950.
First this week is Richard Diamond, Private Detective with The Jerome J. Jerome Case. That episode aired September 17, 1949. Next up is Five Minute Mystery with their episode titled, Dr. Brown’s Poisoned Wife. We close today with The Private Files Of Rex Saunders and Done To Death, their episode from May 16, 1951.
Broadway Is My Beat begins another hour of crime solving. From it we’ll hear The Frank Brisco Murder Case, which originally aired July 10, 1950. Then, it’s License For Murder from Five Minute Mystery. We finish off this show with Richard Diamond, Private Detective and its episode titled, Mr. Victor’s Daughter from January 15, 1950.
First this week is Richard Diamond, Private Detective with The Gibson Murder Case. That episode aired October 8, 1949. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Murder If You Please. Last is This Is Your FBI with The Marriage Racket, their episode from October 19, 1945.