Our hour of old time radio begins this week with The Sealed Book, and an episode from March 25, 1945 titled The King Of The World. Then, Incredible But True brings us Death Has A Will. We’ll finish off with The Avenger, and The Eyes Of Shiva which first aired June 29, 1945.
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Inner Sanctum brings us Death Across The Board to begin this show. It first aired June 5, 1945. Then, it’s Believe It Or Not with Strange Oman. Last today is the Sealtest Variety Theater with their episode from November 4, 1948 titled Slight Of Hand (begins at 30:32).
Diary Of Fate starts the show this week with The Marvin Thomas Entry, which first aired June 8, 1948. Next up is Incredible But True with Requiem. To close, it’s Zero Hour and Death Is The Puppeteer from May 24, 1974.
The Whistler joins us first this week with an episode titled The Man In The Trench Coat from June 17, 1951. Then we hear from Believe It Or Not with Ink Blot Test. The Haunting Hour closes out this show with Double Threat from 1945 (begins at 29:12).
Radio City Playhouse begins this episode with Betrayal, an episode from August 30, 1948. Next up is Incredible But True with Silent As A Tomb. Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone closes this show with The Homesteaders, which first aired March 23, 1958 (begins at 32:49).
We’ll hear two shows featuring Orson Welles this week. First is The Glass Key from the Campbell Playhouse, an episode that originally aired March 10, 1939. Then, from the early 1950’s it’s The Black Museum and The Door Key (begins at 59:58).
The Avenger starts off the show this week with Rendezvous With Murder, their episode from June 22, 1945. Next up is Believe It Or Not with Women’s Hats. We finish off with The Adventures Of Superman, and a second set of audition shows from 1939 titled The Shark (begins at 29:52).
We hear from two movie stars this week, both with series of their own, beginning with Glenn Ford in The Adventures Of Christopher London and an episode titled Missing Heiress from February 5, 1950. Then it’s Incredible But True with The Monk Of Sawtooth Mountain. We’ll close out with Alan Ladd in Box 13, and an episode titled Three To Die, from January 23, 1949 (begins at 33:58).
This week, the CBS Radio Workshop kicks things off with People Are No Good, an episode from September 8, 1957. Then we Believe It Or Not with Invasion Of Normandy. Have Gun Will Travel closes out this show with their episode from February 1, 1959 titled A Matter Of Ethics (begins at 26:25).
This show is a bit longer than usual, and brings us two fine stories beginning with Authors Playhouse and Two Of A Kind, which first aired July 28, 1944. Then it’s Incredible But True and Rescue At Sea. We’ll finish off with Studio One, and Payment Deferred which aired July 8, 1947 (begins at 32:40).