We continue our in-order replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime on today’s show. The Dark Enchantress was the 27th episode, and aired February 1, 1952.
Browsing: Orson Welles On The Air
We hear again from the Campbell Playhouse in this episode. Counselor At Law first aired January 6, 1939.
Nazi Eyes On Canada was a series of five shows imagining a German victory during the war. This episode, titled Alameda, first aired October 25, 1942.
We’ll hear the 26th episode of The Lives Of Harry Lime, a radio prequel to The Third Man. This episode, titled 5,000 Pengoes And A Kiss, first aired January 25, 1952.
We’ve got more from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac this week. This episode, from June 28, 1944 features guest Lynn Bari.
On today’s show we’ll hear the first two of eight commentaries I’ve recently come across. The first, aired June 23, 1946, concerns the Office Of Price Administration closing. The second shares Orson’s thoughts on the atomic bomb tests on the Bikini Islands, and aired June 30, 1946.
We join Orson in the Campbell Playhouse for this episode. From April 14, 1939 we’ll hear The Patriot.
We’ll continue our replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime on this show. From January 18, 1952 it’s the 25th episode titled The Double Double Cross.
We’ve got another offering from the Mercury Theater On The Air for this show. We’ll hear an episode featuring three short stories that originally aired August 8, 1938. The stories are I’m A Fool, The Open Window, and My Little Boy.
On this episode we’ll hear the Campbell Playhouse adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s story Rebecca. This was the first episode of the Campbell Playhouse, and first aired December 9, 1938.