Columbia Workshop is up first this week. We’ll hear their broadcast from May 15, 1939, The Law Beaters. Then, The Zero Hour brings us The Grand Prize, its story from July 12, 1974.
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Rod Serling hosts The Zero Hour on today’s episode of The Horror. We’ll hear, The Strange Odyssey Of Sandy Mitchell, originally broadcast May 17, 1974.
This week’s Relic Radio Show begins with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen, and their story from January 28, 1948 titled, The Bubble Dancer And The Buccaneers. Then it’s Floating Down The River from The Zero Hour. That episode originally aired January 4, 1974.
First this week is The Zero Hour with their story titled, Smoke Screen. That one aired July 25, 1974. Then, Believe It Or Not Makes A Point. We close with CBS Radio Workshop and, The Exurbanites, an episode from March 30, 1956.
The Zero Hour begins the show this week with their episode titled, A Favor You Can’t Refuse. That one aired May 31, 1974. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of The Queen With A Short Memory. The Saint closes out today’s program with his episode titled, The What-Not What Got Hot. That episode first aired March 4, 1951.
The Avenger begins the show with an episode from January 16, 1946 titled, The Wingate Heirs. Next is Believe It Or Not with Destined For Disaster. The Zero Hour closes the show with Once A Thief, their story from June 5, 1974.
Rod Serling presents The Zero Hour on Strange Tales this week. We’ll hear an episode from July 9, 1974 titled Marionettes.
Diary Of Fate starts the show this week with The Marvin Thomas Entry, which first aired June 8, 1948. Next up is Incredible But True with Requiem. To close, it’s Zero Hour and Death Is The Puppeteer from May 24, 1974.
This week we begin with The Zero Hour and Carnival Of Menace from July 23, 1974. Then it’s Believe It Or Not with Dangerous Act. Big Town closes this show with Nightmare House, which first aired January 11, 1949.
We begin today’s show with a request for Zero Hour as done by Suspense, which first aired April 5, 1955. Then we Believe It Or Not with Singing Sailors. Rod Serling presents The Zero Hour for our final show this week. We’ll hear Escape To Nowhere from May 1974.