The Relic Radio Show begins with Author’s Playhouse this week. Here’s their story, Cry For The Hunted, first heard September 22, 1944. Then, it’s The Windy City Six from Suspense. That episode aired February 8, 1951.
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Theater Five begins the show this week with their story, Annie Is Watching. That episode first aired March 3, 1965. Then, Tales Of The Texas Rangers rides in with their August 10, 1952, story, Last Stop.
Columbia Workshop is up first this week. We’ll hear their broadcast from May 15, 1939, The Law Beaters. Then, The Zero Hour brings us The Grand Prize, its story from July 12, 1974.
Mystery House opens this episode of the Relic Radio Show. We hear Bury Me Not, which originally aired May 26, 1946. After that, Suspense brings us the April 19, 1955 broadcast, Speed Trap.
The Whisperer joins us first on this week’s Relic Radio Show, and brings his story from August 19, 1951, titled, Taken For A Ride. Then, The Clock chimes in with The Actor, its episode from October 18, 1955.
On this edition of the Relic Radio Show, Radio City Playhouse starts us off with, Portrait Of Lenore, which first aired January 17, 1949. Then, it’s Talk Them To Death, a story from the Molle Mystery Theater first heard October 22, 1949.
First up on this week’s Relic Radio Show is Obsession. From it we’ll hear The North Wind, a story first broadcast December 4, 1950. Then, Arch Oboler’s Plays brings us The Engulfed Cathedral, his episode from May 6, 1939.
The Relic Radio Show begins with Cavalcade Of America this time. We hear their story from February 19, 1936 titled, The Bridge Builders. Then, it’s One Of The 28th from Adventure Ahead. That one aired October 21, 1944.
Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen opens the Relic Radio Show this week with their November 13, 1947 episode, Kang’s Treasure And The Ghost Of Tangolan Bay. Then, Gunsmoke brings us a story called The Lynching, which first aired August 16, 1952.
On the Relic Radio Show this week, The Key starts us off with their story, Suicide. After that, the December 18, 1951, episode from John Steele, Adventurer, titled, Counterpoint.