Crime And Peter Chambers starts things off this week with Charles Avon, Druggist. This episode first aired April 13, 1954. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s In The Name Of The Law and Red Ryan’s Prison Break, from June 21, 1936.
We start off today with Candy Matson, YUkon-28209 and an episode from July 7, 1949 titled The Cable Car Case. Then it’s Believe It Or Not, before we hear Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator and The Paper Bullets from December 5, 1951.
Jack Webb as Jeff Regan, Investigator starts things off this week with an episode from October 9, 1948 titled The Too Many Mrs. Rogers. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s the FBI In Peace And War with The Crack-Up. That episode aired September 14, 1950.
Crime Classics starts things off this week with If A Body Need A Body, Just Call Burke And Hare from December 2, 1953. Then it’s a quickie from Believe It Or Not. We finish off with Sherlock Holmes and The Carpathian Horror.
Another hour of old time radio crime starts this week with Pat Novak, For Hire. From May 8, 1949 we’ll hear Wendy Morris. Then it’s a quick Believe It Or Not break before Rocky Jordan. We’ll hear The Two O’Clock Man from March 6, 1949.
This week This Is Your FBI starts things off with an episode from February 22, 1946 titled The Pan American Patriots. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s The Adventures Of Sam Spade and The Champion Caper from August 7, 1949.
This we begin with Frank Sinatra as Rocky Fortune in Messenger For Murder. This one first aired November 10, 1953. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s 21st Precinct and The Shooting Gallery from September 29, 1953.
This week we’ll begin with Nick Carter, Master Detective and an episode from February 19, 1944 titled Death After Dark. Then after Believe It Or Not, it’s I Was A Communist For The FBI and Treason Comes In Cans, from December 17, 1952.
The Casebook Of Gregory Hood starts things off this week with The Red Capsule from July 22, 1946. Then after our Believe It Or Not break, it’s Casey, Crime Photographer and The Serpent Goddess from December 4, 1947.