The Whistler kicks off another hour of radio drama with its episode from January 22, 1945 titled, Seascape. Believe It Or Not follows that with Glimpse Of Life. We close this offering out with I Love Adventure and The Finishing School Kidnapping. That episode aired May 30, 1948.
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Our hour of radio drama begins with Bold Venture this week. From it we’ll hear We Want Cary Martin, which first aired June 18, 1951. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Strange Army. We close this week with The Unexpected Meeting from The Green Hornet. That episode aired August 23, 1945.
The hour begins with Dangerously Yours, and their episode from September 17, 1944 titled, The Shadow Of The Raven. Next is Believe It Or Not with Not As Friends. We close the show this week with Arch Oboler’s Plays, and their episode from August 2, 1945 titled, The Parade.
First this week is Radio City Playhouse with their episode from November 15, 1948 titled, The First And The Last. Then, Believe It Or Not tells the story of The King Who Wanted To Be A Dancer. We close out this time with Theatre Royal, and their episode from May 23, 1954 titled, The Aspern Papers.
The CBS Radio Workshop opens the show with a little something different titled, The Ballad Of The Iron Horse. That one aired March 3, 1957. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Way Of Mourning. We close with Theater Five and their episode from January 6, 1965 titled, The Corporation.
We begin this week with a series we’ve not heard from before titled Tales Of Fatima. We’ll hear Time To Kill, which first aired May 28, 1949. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of an Act Of Faith. We close with Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen and their episode from October 23, 1947 titled, Grafter’s Fort And The Black Pearl Of Galahla Bay.
The show begins with I Love Adventure, and their episode from Jun2 13, 1948 titled, The Man With The Third Green Eye. Then, Believe It Or Not presents Vote Getter. We close with Stars Over Hollywood and their episode titled, Dead On Arrival. That one aired April 16, 1949.