On this episode of Radio At War, we’ll hear a story of espionage and intrigue courtesy of the Lux Radio Theater. 5 Fingers first aired October 13, 1952 and is adapted from the film of the same name released February 22, 1952.
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On this episode of Radio At War we’ll hear Occupied Paris from Big Town. This episode first aired May 14, 1942. This series would go on to inspire a television show, films, and a comic book.
On this episode we’ll hear from Eye’s Aloft, a series that aired over the NBC network from August 1942 to November 1943. This episode is titled Why Do I Come Here, and first aired January 11, 1943.
We hear from Cavalcade Of America this time, a series sponsored by DuPont chemical that ran from 1935 to 1953. This episode is titled The Flying Tigers, and first aired January 25, 1943.
This episode features one of ten stories created for An American In England, a series written by Norman Corwin, and produced by Edward R. Murrow. This episode is titled Cromer, and first aired December 1, 1942.
Command Performance was a musical variety show produced for the entertainment of the Armed Forces. This episode from May 7, 1942 features Betty Grable and Jack Benny, among others.
This show features The Document from Top Secret. This episode first aired October 12, 1950.
On this episode, we’ll hear again from Words At War. This one is titled The Curtain Rises, and first aired May 2, 1944.
On today’s show we’ll hear from a series I’ve not found much information on titled Now Hear This. This episode, from July 8, 1951 is titled Operation Submarine.
This episode of Radio At War features a story from An American In England. This ten-part series was written by Norman Corwin, and produced by Edward R. Murrow. We’ll hear The Yanks Are Here, which first aired August 31, 1942.