This weeks show begins with Long Distance from the Radio City Playhouse. This episode first aired July 3, 1948. Next up is Strange Death from Believe It Or Not. The Whistler closes out this show with Death And The Emperor from September 17, 1947.
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This weeks show begins with The Key, and an episode from 1956 titled Twenty Years Later. Then Incredible But True shares a quickie titled Mr. Brownings Cufflinks. To close out todays show, Mystery House gives us an episode from November 18, 1945 titled Murder In Paradise.
Alan Ladd is Dan Holiday in Box 13, with The Better Man from January 2, 1949 to start this show off. Next up is Believe It Or Not and Strange President. Have Gun Will Travel brings us No Visitors to close this show out. That episode originally aired December 28, 1958.
Suspense fills the first slot of the show this week with an episode that came up in the forum titled The Man Who Couldn’t Lose. This one aired September 28, 1944. Next up is Incredible But True and Death Gives A Warning. John Steele, Adventurer closes out this episode with Captive, which first aired January 29, 1950 (begins at 33:52).
This week our foray into the golden age begins with Confession, and an episode from August 15, 1953 titled The George S. Decker Case. Then we Believe It Or Not with Choosy Thief. The Haunting Hour closes out this show with Murder Is My Business from May 19, 1948 (begins at 31:19)
Theater Five begins this weeks show with The Captive Spirit from October 16, 1964. Then it’s Goodbye Mr. Bathurst from Incredible But True. We conclude with Obsession, and an episode from 1952 titled The Solitary Genius (begins 26:00).
David Harding, Counterspy brings us The Vicious Visitor to start off this show. That one first aired September 29, 1949. Next up is Fish Story from Believe It Or Not, which is followed by the CBS Radio Workshop and Bring On The Angels from June 8, 1956.
We’ll hear from a new series this week titled Fort Laramie. This audition episode (no title apparently) aired July 25, 1955. Then it’s Incredible But True and Nemesis On The Left. We finish off with Cavalcade Of America and The Texas Rangers, from March 6, 1939 (begins at 35:09).
Alan Ladd in Box 13 begins our hour of old time radio this week. We’ll hear Look Pleasant Please from December 5, 1948. Next up is Believe It Or Not with Floating Christmas Present. Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen brings us Hattie McCormick And The Patient Stowaway from December 31, 1947 to close out our show today (begins at 30:01).
The Whistler starts off another hour of old time radio this week with Backlash, which first aired April 21, 1947. Then Incredible But True brings us The One That Got Away. I Cover The Waterfront completes our show with the audition episode which aired August 29, 1955 (begins at 33:44).