Suspense offers up our thriller this week with Allen In Wonderland. This episode originally aired October 27, 1952.
This week, we start off with a request for Bathysphere from Arch Oboler’s Plays. This story was first shared in November 1939, though this recording may be from a September 1964 rebroadcast. Next, Five Minute Mystery and The Book Case.
Suspense Replay features The Sure Thing, which first aired November 11, 1954.
Theater Royal starts the show off this week with their adaptation of H.G. Wells’ Country Of The Blind. That episode first aired September 1, 1954. Then, Five Minute Mystery tells the tale of Death In A Turkish Bath.
Suspense Replay features The Last Letter Of Dr. Bronson this time. It aired November 4, 1954.
The Avenger starts things off with The Melody Of Murder, its episode from August 3, 1945. Then, Five Minute Mystery gives us Command Performance.
Suspense Replay continues this week with The Shelter, an episode October 28, 1954.
The Silver Theater opens this weeks show with Expert Opinion, their episode from April 16, 1939. Next is Five Minute Mystery with Missing Ruby.
Our Suspense Replay this week is Rave Notice, which first aired October 21, 1954.
Our strange tale this time comes from Suspense. We’ll hear I Saw Myself Running, an episode which first aired May 24, 1955.
The Whistler provides another weird trip for us this week with A Matter Of Courtesy, an episode that aired May 13, 1951. Then it’s No Leg To Stand On from Five Minute Mystery.
The Suspense Replay episode this week is titled Lost, and first aired October 14, 1954.
Our hour begins with the Philip Morris Playhouse this week, with an episode from May 13, 1949 titled, Four Hours To Kill. Then it’s Murder On Diamond Row from Five Minute Mystery.
Our Suspense Replay features their episode titled, Chicken Feed. It aired October 7, 1954.
The Whisper Men bring our first program this week with Rose Gilman Is Murdered, their episode from December 29, 1945. Then, it’s a Five Minute Mystery with Three Scarlet Letters.
The Suspense Replay continues with their episode from September 30, 1954 titled A Little Matter Of Memory.
The Relic Radio Show begins with Cavalcade Of America this week, with an episode titled The Port Of Missing Men, which first aired January 15, 1952. Then it’s a Five Minute Mystery with Best Laid Plans.
Our Suspense Replay continues with Never Steal A Butcher’s Wife, their episode from August 10, 1954.