This week, The Key begins our hour of radio drama with their episode from 1956 titled, Two-Timed. Then, Believe It Or Not shares a Tragic Love Story. We close this week with The Clock, and The Mystery Of Loring Square, which aired October 4, 1955.
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The Columbia Workshop is first this week with their episode from November 2, 1946 titled, Lee Fountain Comes Of Age. Believe It Or Not follows with Deathbed Wish. We close with Radio City Playhouse and Ground Floor Window, their episode from July 10, 1948.
The Zero Hour begins the show this week with their episode titled, A Favor You Can’t Refuse. That one aired May 31, 1974. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of The Queen With A Short Memory. The Saint closes out today’s program with his episode titled, The What-Not What Got Hot. That episode first aired March 4, 1951.
Our hour of radio drama begins with Mystery House this week. We’ll hear the September 16, 1945 episode titled, Complete With Quartet. Next is Believe It Or Not with Greatest Nerve. We close this episode with a story titled The Thoroughbred Murders, first heard on The Avenger September 7, 1945.
The Haunting Hour starts us off with their episode titled, Bird Of Death. That’s followed up by Experience In Death from Believe It Or Not. We close with The Diary Of Fate, and The Entry Of Paul Reese, from March 23, 1948.
Our hour of old time radio begins with John Steele, Adventurer this week. From it we’ll hear The Lonely One, first heard March 7, 1950. Next is Believe It Or Not with Stone Cutter. We close out with The Key, and their episode from 1956 titled, Lost In The Amazon.
We begin this weeks show with Cavalcade Of America, and their episode from March 1, 1943 titled, Diary Of A Saboteur. Then Believe It Or Not tells us of a Ritual Of Pain. We close this time with Frank Sinatra as Rocky Fortune in Rocket Racket. That story first aired March 23, 1954.
We start with a little something different this week, with the February 12, 1947 episode of Breakfast In Hollywood. Believe It Or Not follows that with Bar Bill. We close the show this time with Author’s Playhouse, and Southern Exposure. That story first aired September 15, 1944.
The Avenger begins the show with an episode from January 16, 1946 titled, The Wingate Heirs. Next is Believe It Or Not with Destined For Disaster. The Zero Hour closes the show with Once A Thief, their story from June 5, 1974.
Screen Guild Theater begins the show this week with their episode from July 24, 1944 titled, Night Must Fall. Then, Believe It Or Not presents, Never Forgot. We close today with The Unexpected, and their episode titled Museum, which first aired October 1, 1947.