On this episode we’ll one of a handful of appearances Orson Welles made on Suspense. This one, based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost Special, first aired September 30, 1943.
First off this week is The Mysterious Traveler with its episode titled, Murder Is My Business. That one aired June 8, 1948. Then it’s Most Expensive Dress from Believe It Or Not.
Suspense Replay this time features The Speed Trap, an episode from April 19, 1955.
Another hour of old time radio for you this Tuesday. First, The Whistler tells the tale of the Witness At The Fountain. That episode was originally broadcast September 9, 1946. Believe It Or Not follows with Shell Had His Number.
The Suspense Replay continues with, The Lunch Kit. That one aired April 12, 1955.
On this installment of the Relic Radio Show, we begin with Arch Oboler’s Plays and an episode titled, Mr. Ten Percent. That one aired May 17, 1945. Next is Believe It Or Not with, Sock Escape.
Suspense Replay features Zero Hour, which was first heard April 5, 1955.
First this week we hear from Obsession with an episode that first aired sometime between 1950 and 1952 titled, A Long Chance. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us a Fish Tale.
Suspense Replay continues with their March 29, 1955 episode titled, Give Me Liberty.
First off this week is Author’s Playhouse with He Woke Up Famous. An episode from July 13, 1944. Then, Believe It Or Not presents Slept Through Term.
Our Suspense Replay continues with The Cellar, their episode from March 22, 1955.
This week we’ll begin with an adaptation of A Christmas Carol as done by CBS Radio Mystery Theater. Next is Believe It Or Not with Costly Bombardment.
Suspense Replay features their episode from March 13, 1955 titled, The Game.
We’ll hear another story from Suspense this week, one they broadcast eight times over their twenty year run. Starring Agnes Moorehead, and first broadcast May 25, 1943, here’s Sorry, Wrong Number.
First this week is the Columbia Workshop with an episode from September 14, 1939 titled, The Use Of Man. Then Believe It Or Not brings us Before The Fact.
Suspense Replay continues with Nobody Ever Quits, which first aired March 8, 1955.
We begin with Humphrey Bogart in, The House On 92nd Street. That episode from Stars In The Air was broadcast May 3, 1952. Then it’s One Vote from Believe It Or Not.
Suspense Replay continues on with Waiting, an episode from February 22, 1955.