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).
Browsing: Relic Radio Show
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).
Columbia Workshop kicks off this hour of radio with Gumbert, which first aired August 21, 1945. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Act Of Courage. The Philip Morris Playhouse closes out this show with The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse from September 18, 1951. Second show begins at 32:29.
Favorite Story starts this episode off with The Strange Mister Bartleby from July 17, 1948. Then it’s Incredible But True and The Skull Of Bettiscomb, before we hear Hollywood Star Playhouse and A Question Of Time from September 18, 1950. That episode starts at 31:53 if you’d like to skip the first.
We hear first from The Whistler this week. The Penalty first aired March 28, 1943. Then it’s Believe It Or Not and Funny Election. Obsession closes this episode out with Cousin Charley, which first aired in 1952.
Chris asked to hear The Wreck Of The Old ’97 from Suspense this week, so we start with that episode from March 17, 1952. Then it’s The Whereabouts Of Mr. Wadham from Incredible But True. Have Gun Will Travel brings us The Hanging Cross from December 21, 1958 to close out today’s show.
The Man Called X begins this weeks show with an episode from April 14, 1951 titled Treason At White Sands. Then we Believe It Or Not with Fateful Phone Call. We finish this week with The Key, and an episode titled Alexis which first aired in 1956.
Gunsmoke begins another hour of radio drama this week with Never Pester Chester, which first aired July 5, 1952. Then Incredible But True brings us The Devil’s Diggings. We finish with Alan Ladd in Box 13 and A Book Of Poems from October 17, 1948.
We begin today’s show with a request for Zero Hour as done by Suspense, which first aired April 5, 1955. Then we Believe It Or Not with Singing Sailors. Rod Serling presents The Zero Hour for our final show this week. We’ll hear Escape To Nowhere from May 1974.
The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe brings us The Case Of The Dear Dead Lady to start off this episode. That one first aired November 3, 1950. Then it’s Incredible But True and Two Men In The Moon. Odds On The Tower from Theater Five completes this episode, and first aired October 28, 1964.