This week, the Relic Radio Show begins with High Adventure, and their story from May 7, 1950, titled, Wild Pitch. Then, we’ll hear The Window Cleaner, from The Key. That story aired sometime in 1956.
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John Steele, Adventurer is featured first on this week’s Relic Radio Show. From it, The Sixth Bullet, a story originally heard January 30, 1951. Then, This Is The Story shares a story from the late 1940’s titled, Brave Men.
This week on the Relic Radio Show, Suspense starts us off with Cary Grant in, The Black Curtain. That story was originally aired December 2, 1943. Then, Escape brings us Robert Of Huntingdon, an episode from October 26, 1952.
The Columbia Workshop is up first on this week’s Relic Radio Show. From it, we’ll hear Midnight Blue, a story that originally aired May 24, 1942. After that, it’s A Matter Of Ethics on Have Gun, Will Travel. That episode was first heard February 1, 1959.
This time on the Relic Radio Show, Theater Five starts us of with To Whom It May Concern, a story first heard September 11, 1964. Then, it’s The Dark Room from The Whistler. That episode originally aired March 24, 1948.
First up on this week’s Relic Radio Show, Boris Karloff in The Textron Theatre‘s production of Angel Street. That story aired December 8, 1945. After that, it’s Lucille Ball in Numerology, an episode of My Favorite Husband that aired May 14, 1950.
This week’s Relic Radio Show opens with an episode from the CBS Radio Workshop titled, Roughing It. That story originally aired October 5, 1956. Then, Suspense brings us its September 22, 1952, broadcast titled, Jack Ketch.