This week our show begins with the CBS Radio Mystery Theater and an episode from January 25, 1974 titled Speak Of The Devil. Then it’s The Strange Dr. Weird and The Devil’s Cavern from April 3, 1945.
Browsing: Relic Radio Show
This week we begin with Boston Blackie and The Lighthouse Ghost from September 10, 1947. Then it’s a quickie from Incredible But True and The Burglar Of Blackpool. We finish off with the audition show of The Adventures Of The Scarlet Cloak. That episode aired February 15, 1950.
This week on the Relic Radio Show we begin with The Man Called X and an episode from February 24, 1951 titled A Tiny Bit Of Microfilm. Then it’s a quickie from Believe It Or Not and Strange Vigil. We conclude this show with Project 77, an episode from Mr. Moto that aired July 1, 1951.
This week the show begins with Peter Lorre introducing the Mystery Playhouse and an episode titled A Crime To Fit The Punishment, an episode that first aired December 5, 1944. Then it’s Incredible But True and Voice Of The Dead. We finish off with The Key, and an episode from 1956 titled Showgirl Murdered.
This week we begin with Mystery House, and an episode titled Well, Well Another Body. Then it’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and Dancing Corpses. The Adventures Of The Falcon closes things out with The Case Of The Silent Butler. That one first aired August 24, 1952.
This week we begin with Expense Account, an episode from the Author’s Playhouse that first aired October 30, 1944. Next it’s Incredible But True and The Vanishing Clergyman. We’ll finish off with Suspense and an episode starring Agnes Moorehead titled Don’t Call Me Mother. That one originally aired January 4, 1959.
This week we’ll start things off with a little western style from Frontier Gentleman. From February 9, 1958 we’ll hear Charlie Meeker. Then it’s Exploding Casket from Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. The Adventures Of Dick Cole closes this episode with Murder At Gray’s Castle from 1946.
This week we begin with an episode of Theater Five titled Subject 428A, which first aired October 2, 1964. Then it’s Incredible But True and Desert Magic. We end this edition of the show with The Mysterious Traveler and Vacation From Life. That episode first aired September 7, 1947.
We’re a little short of an hour this week, despite what I said in the intro, but I think you’ll enjoy this weeks selections. We begin with Suspense and The Whole Town’s Sleeping, based on the Ray Bradbury story of the same name, and first heard July 14, 1955. Then it’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and Dunder Rock. We finish off with Federal Agent, and an episode from 1947 titled A Killing In London.
Voyage Of The Scarlet Queen starts another hour of old time radio this week. We’ll hear King Ascot And The Maid In Waiting from October 30, 1947. Then it’s Cross Of Blood from Incredible But True. Alan Ladd in Box 13 closes out this episode with Diamond In The Sky, from November 21, 1948.