This week, NBC Short Story begins the show with Mr. Arqularis, an episode from February 28, 1951. Next up is Incredible But True and The Phantom Army. We finish with Bob Barkley, Undercover Agent and Tyler Forest from 1946.
Browsing: Relic Radio Show
Alan Ladd is Dan Holliday in Box 13, our first episode this week. We’ll hear Hot Box, which first aired December 26, 1948. Then it’s Believe It Or Not with Free Criminal. We conclude this show with The Lloyd Mawson Entry from the Diary Of Fate. This one aired February 7, 1948 (begins at 28:59).
John Steele, Adventurer begins this show with Detour, which first aired February 28, 1950. Then it’s Incredible But True and Where There’s Smoke. We finish off with The Haunting Hour and No Escape, which aired sometime in the mid to late 40’s (begins at 33:13). Sorry about the sound quality on that one.
A bit of a nautical theme this week. We begin with Bogey and Bacall in Bold Venture. We’ll hear The Ghost Ship, from August 20, 1951. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Wedding Ceremony. Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen brings us the tale of The Barefoot Nymph And The Mother Hubbard Jacket, which first aired August 28, 1947 (begins at 28:44).
The Avenger starts things off this week with The Mystery Of The Giant Brain from June 15, 1945. Then it’s The Wolf On Bald Mountain from Incredible But True. We finish off with Orson Welles in The Black Museum and The Pink Powder Puff (begins at 32:07).
We’ll hear two from Suspense this week beginning with St. James Infirmary Blues which aired February 27, 1953 (I mistakenly said 1958 – scratch that). Then it’s a brief word from Flash Pulp. Our second serving of Suspense is titled The Copper Tea Strainer, and first aired April 21, 1949.
This week, James Stewart stars in The Six Shooter for our first episode. We’ll hear The Coward from September 27, 1953. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Dream Came True. We finish off with Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone and Page’s Progress, which first aired March 16, 1958 (begins at 31:21).
This week we begin with Authors Playhouse, and a humorous tale titled My Friend Merton, which first aired May 21, 1945. Then it’s Water Wheel from Incredible But True. We’ll close out with Favorite Story and The Necklace, which first aired July 3, 1948 (begins at 33:03).
Suspense starts things off this week with their episode from July 18, 1956 titled The Man Who Threw Acid. Next is Believe It Or Not and Great Talent. The Whistler ends this episode with Last Request, which first aired October 17, 1954 (begins 27:25).
This weeks show begins with NBC Short Story and Scuttlebutt, which first aired May 16, 1952. Then it’s The Heat Of Anger from Incredible But True. Lightning Jim closes this show out with Jesse James Helps The Marshal, also from 1952 (begins at 34:06).