Sorry for the delay on this one! This week we’ll again from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac. This episode first aired March 29, 1944 and features guest Mary Boland.
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We continue our replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime this week with the fifteenth episode of the series. Art Is Long And Lime Is Fleeting first aired November 9, 1951.
This week we’ll hear the full 60 minute version of a story we heard back on episode 10. From the Mercury Theatre On The Air it’s Hell On Ice. This version first aired October 9, 1938.
This week we’ll hear an episode from The Grapes Nut Flakes Program, or The Jack Benny Show. This is one of the shows where Welles fills in for Benny. It first aired March 21, 1943.
This week we’ll hear from The Campbell Playhouse, and an episode from March 24, 1939 titled Twentieth Century.
As I mentioned last week, this week’s show features another episode of This Is My Best. Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs first aired March 27, 1945.
This week we continue our replay of The Lives Of Harry Lime with the fourteenth episode. Mexican Hat Trick first aired November 2, 1951.
A precursor to the Orson Welles Radio Almanac, this week we’ll hear from the Orson Welles Theater. This episode first aired October 13, 1941.
This week we’ll hear again from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac. This episode from February 23, 1944 features actress and Hollywood gossip columnist Hedda Hopper.
This Is My Best is a series that aired from September 1944, to May of 1946. From this series we’ll hear Miss Dilly Says No, from March 20, 1945.