On the Relic Radio Show this week, The Key starts us off with their story, Suicide. After that, the December 18, 1951, episode from John Steele, Adventurer, titled, Counterpoint.
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Bold Venture opens the show this week with their broadcast from March 10, 1952, The Spectre Of El Indio. Then, The Avenger tells us of The Hooded Circle. That episode aired October 5, 1945.
Favorite Story is up first this week with their episode titled, The Debt Collector, from May 13, 1947. Then, The Green Hornet brings us The Spy Master, his story from October 3, 1952.
This week on the Relic Radio Show, we begin with NBC Short Story and their story titled, Shadow Of Evil. That one first aired March 28, 1951. Then, Columbia Workshop presents Murder In The Cathedral, their story from July 23, 1938.
The Silver Theater opens the Relic Radio Show this week. From it we’ll hear Expert Opinion, their episode from April 16, 1939. Then it’s The Eleventh Juror from the Molle Mystery Theater. That story first aired April 3, 1945.
Theater Five is up first this week with their story from February 12, 1965, titled, The Chain. After that, Luke Slaughter Of Tombstone brings us Death Watch, his episode from April 27, 1958.
Suspense is up first on this week’s Relic Radio Show. We’ll hear the January 19, 1953 broadcast, Gold Of The Adomar. Then, we Escape with, The Price Of The Head. That one was first heard August 7, 1954.
Stars Over Hollywood is up first on this week’s Relic Radio Show. We’ll hear, The Experiment, their episode from May 24, 1952. After that, The Big Story brings us, Manhunt In Manhattan, their broadcast from January 7, 1948.
Theatre Royal opens this edition of the Relic Radio Show. From it we’ll hear, The Man Who Could Work Miracles, first heard June 16, 1954. Then, Screen Director’s Playhouse presents, Yellow Sky. That story was first broadcast July 15, 1949.
This week, the Relic Radio Show begins with Gunsmoke, and their episode titled, The Kentucky Tolmans. That one aired August 9, 1952. Then, Suspense brings us the October 5, 1953 broadcast titled, Action.