We hear from The Campbell Playhouse on today’s show with June Moon, their episode from March 24, 1940. This one features Jack Benny alongside Mr. Welles.
Browsing: Orson Welles On The Air
We revisit The Lives Of Harry Lime this time, and hear the first episode of that series. Titled Too Many Crooks, this story first aired August 3, 1951.
We hear from Hello Americans on the show this time. Produced between November 1942 and January 1943, this CBS series was meant to help relations between the America’s during World War II. Here is Introduction To Brazil, from November 15, 1942.
We hear from Ceiling Unlimited this time, a wartime series Welles helmed for the first 13 episodes. This episode, titled Dictators Meeting In Hell, aired May 10, 1943.
We hear from the Columbia Workshop for our dose of Welles this week. From April 11, 1937, here is The Fall Of The City.
On this episode we’ll hear an adaptation by Mercury Theater On The Air of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 film, The 39 Steps. This program first aired August 1, 1938.
The audio quality isn’t fantastic on this one, so if you’re a stickler for that you might want to skip it.
More from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac this time with an episode appropriate for this Memorial Day weekend. Here is the episode from June 7, 1944 simply titled, D-Day Program.
We hear from the Orson Welles Radio Almanac this week. This was a short lived series of 13 episodes produced in 1944. Here is the second episode, featuring guest Lionel Barrymore. It aired February 2, 1944.
On this episode, we’ll hear the first of four consecutive shows Welles did for Suspense. The Most Dangerous Game first aired September 23, 1945.
On this episode we hear from This Is My Best with another Welles adaptation of Heart Of Darkness. This one aired March 13, 1945. The story was also adapted by Welles for the Mercury Theater, and Campbell Playhouse.