On this episode we’ll hear from the Campbell Playhouse and an episode titled It Happened One Night. First airing January 28, 1940, this episode also features William Powell.
Browsing: Orson Welles On The Air
More from The Lives Of Harry Lime on this episode. We’ll hear the 31st program from which first aired February 29, 1952 titled Hyacinth Patrol.
The audio quality of this episode is quite poor. I’ve decided to include for the sake of completeness while we replay this series. You’ve been warned.
The Screen Guild Theater brings us our featured show this time. From December 7, 1941 we’ll hear Between Americans. This series aired from 1939 to 1952, and was broadcast at one time or another from all of the major radio networks.
Hosted by Orson Welles, The Black Museum aired for 52 episodes and featured stories behind the objects contained within the Scotland Yard crime museum. This episode is titled The Tan Shoe.
Airing almost two months after the first adaptation of Hamlet, Welles returned to The Columbia Workshop for a second show November 14, 1936.
Next week we’ll hear from The Black Museum.
On this episode we’ll hear the first part of a two part production of Hamlet Orson Welles did for The Columbia Workshop. This first aired September 19, 1936.
On today’s show we’ll hear episode 30 of The Lives Of Harry Lime, a series that aired from August 1951, to July of 1952. This episode is titled It’s In The Bag, and first aired February 22, 1952.
We hear again from The Campbell Playhouse on this episode. I Lost My Girlish Laughter first aired January 27, 1939.
Next week we’ll hear again from The Lives Of Harry Lime.
This time we’ll hear from a series called Theater Royal that aired in the 1950’s. The Queen Of Spades aired October 4, 1953.
Continuing the replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime series, we’ll hear the episode from February 15, 1952 titled Dead Candidate. The audio quality of this series leaves something to be desired, so consider yourselves warned.