On this week’s Relic Radio Show, a small tribute to Lauren Bacall by way of two of her radio performances. First, the April 2, 1951 broadcast of Bold Venture titled, The Kuan Yin Statue. After that, the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of To Have And Have Not. That one aired October 14, 1946.
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On the Relic Radio Show this week, I Love Adventure starts us off with The Kwan Moon Dagger, its episode from June 27, 1948. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Patriot In Exile. We close with Radio City Playhouse and the May 23, 1949 story titled, Murder Is A Matter Of Opinion.
The Relic Radio Show begins with The Columbia Workshop this week. We’ll hear Cassidy And The Devil, their episode from January 12, 1941. Then, Believe It Or Not brings us Soldier Works Magic. We close with Escape, and, A Sleeping Draught. That story aired October 1, 1950.
This week’s hour of radio drama begins with I Fly Anything. We’ll hear Destination Tahiti, which was first heard March 27, 1951. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Loyal Soldier. We close with The Whistler, and his May 21, 1945 story titled, The Man Who Bought Death.
Here’s another hour of radio drama on the Relic Radio Show, beginning this week with Gunsmoke. We’ll hear the August 2, 1952 story titled, Renegade White. Then, Believe It Or Not shares a Sight Of Terror. We close the show with Suspense, and The Frightened City, their episode from November 10, 1952.
We begin the Relic Radio Show with Theater Five this week. From it we’ll hear, Jump, Jump, an episode from August 12, 1964. That’s followed by Jack Benny and Claude Rains in, The Horn Blows At Midnight. That story aired on The Ford Theater March 4, 1949.
Matinee Theater is up first on this week’s Relic Radio Show. We’ll hear the March 18, 1945 episode titled, The Pirate Of Orleans. That’s followed by Unfacts from Believe It Or Not. We close with The Saint, and the January 8, 1950 story, The Cake That Killed.