Our hour of radio drama begins with a series from 1956 titled, The Key. From it we’ll hear, Grandpop. After that, Obsession brings us its November 20, 1950 story, The Holiday House.
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This week, The Key begins our hour of radio drama with their episode from 1956 titled, Two-Timed. Then, Believe It Or Not shares a Tragic Love Story. We close this week with The Clock, and The Mystery Of Loring Square, which aired October 4, 1955.
Our hour of old time radio begins with John Steele, Adventurer this week. From it we’ll hear The Lonely One, first heard March 7, 1950. Next is Believe It Or Not with Stone Cutter. We close out with The Key, and their episode from 1956 titled, Lost In The Amazon.
Frank Sinatra is Rocky Fortune in our first episode today. We’ll hear Boarding House Double Cross from March 30, 1954. Then it’s Assignment In Stockholm from Incredible But True. We’ll close with The Key, and an episode titled Big Time Hoodlum from 1956 (begins at 28:35).
We start off with little adventure from Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen this week. From January 28, 1948 it’s The Bubble Dance And The Buccaneers. Then Incredible But True tells us about Familiar Streets. The Key closes this show out with Extension Of Time from 1956 (begins at 32:45).
This weeks show begins with The Key, and an episode from 1956 titled Twenty Years Later. Then Incredible But True shares a quickie titled Mr. Brownings Cufflinks. To close out todays show, Mystery House gives us an episode from November 18, 1945 titled Murder In Paradise.
The Man Called X begins this weeks show with an episode from April 14, 1951 titled Treason At White Sands. Then we Believe It Or Not with Fateful Phone Call. We finish this week with The Key, and an episode titled Alexis which first aired in 1956.
This week the show begins with Peter Lorre introducing the Mystery Playhouse and an episode titled A Crime To Fit The Punishment, an episode that first aired December 5, 1944. Then it’s Incredible But True and Voice Of The Dead. We finish off with The Key, and an episode from 1956 titled Showgirl Murdered.