Our hour of radio drama begins with Cavalcade Of America this week. From October 8, 1945, we’ll hear Spy On The Kilocycles. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Water Drill. We close with The Trigger Man, the July 29, 1950 offering of Tales Of The Texas Rangers.
Browsing: Relic Radio Show
Just one story (because it’s an hour long) on this week’s Relic Radio Show. We’ll hear the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of The Thin Man. This one aired June 8, 1936
The Relic Radio Show begins with Theatre Royal this week, and their episode from June 23, 1954 titled, The Liar. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of Good Manners. We close with John Steele, Adventurer with his story titled, The Mission. That one first aired November 1, 1949.
First this week on the Relic Radio Show, Bold Venture brings us Crazy Old Carlo, their episode from December 31, 1951. Then we’ll hear Hates Money from Believe It Or Not. We close with Author’s Playhouse, and the November 20, 1944 episode titled, A Call For Mr. Garrett.
First this week is The Adventures Of Frank Merriwell with Quarantine, its episode from December 18, 1948. Believe It Or Not follows with Toothache. We close the show with Stars Over Hollywood, and their story titled, When The Police Arrive. That episode first aired March 1, 1952.
Suspense opens the Relic Radio Show this week with, The Cave Of Ali Baba. That episode first aired August 19, 1942. Believe It Or Not follows with, Last Reward. We close with the Screen Guild Theater and their episode titled, Flesh And Fantasy. It was originally broadcast April 23, 1945.
The Columbia Workshop opens this week’s episode with Wake Up And Die, their story from October 12, 1939. After that, Believe It Or Not brings us a Strange Way To Die. We close with Theater Five, and their January 8, 1965 episode titled, The Delinquents.
Frank Sinatra is Rocky Fortune in our first show this week. From it we’ll hear, Football Fix, which first aired February 2, 1954. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Living Library. We close with the NBC University Theater, and the episode from October 31, 1948, titled, Justice.
CBS Radio Workshop starts things off this week with their episode from June 22, 1956, titled, Another Point Of View, or Hamlet Revisited. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of a Useless Guard. We close with The Blue Beetle, and Sabotage Incorporated. That episode (actually a two-parter sewn together) first aired in July of 1940.
This week’s Relic Radio Show begins with Diary Of Fate. We’ll hear the May 4, 1948, episode titled, The David Dexter Entry. Then, Believe It Or Not tells us of the Costliest Tree. We close with a story from The Unexpected titled, Mercy Killing. That one was originally broadcast April 11, 1948.