Suspense Radio offentlig
[search 0]
Mer
Download the App!
show episodes
 
Artwork

1
Night Shift Radio Presents: SUSPENSE!

Night Shift Radio

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
En gång i månaden
 
This is a rebroadcast of the original Suspense! Radio Show. Suspense is a radio drama series broadcast on CBS Radio from 1940 through 1962. One of the premier drama programs of the Golden Age of Radio, was subtitled "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" and focused on suspense thriller-type scripts, usually featuring leading Hollywood actors of the era. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its long run, and more than 900 still exist. Suspense went through several major phases, ...
  continue reading
 
Unravel the Mystery with Suspense! - The Classic Radio Thriller Series Step back in time to the golden age of radio with "Suspense!" - the iconic series that captivated audiences from 1942 to 1962 with its thrilling tales and unforgettable performances. Featuring over 900 broadcasts penned by renowned authors and directors, "Suspense!" brought the finest in thriller and mystery genres to the airwaves. Broadcast on the CBS Radio Network, "Suspense!" showcased Hollywood's brightest stars, incl ...
  continue reading
 
"Uncle Erich Presents™" - Classic Crime, Murder and Suspense Mysteries. Give your eyes a rest. Grab a cold drink, turn the lights down low, snuggle back on the sofa and let your imagination flow while listening to an exciting old Classic Radio show. Episodes are added every Sunday from fictional crime stories to suspense. Enjoy ! Visit Uncle Erich's website at https://UncleErich.com Please visit our merch website https://Tee-Dazzle.com for hundreds of great T-Shirt, Tank Top, Hoodie designs ...
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Step into the world of suspense and psychological drama with "In Fear And Trembling," an intense episode from the classic radio series "Suspense!" which originally aired on February 16, 1943. This gripping story explores the depths of fear and paranoia as a woman becomes convinced that her husband and his lover are plotting to kill her. The setting…
  continue reading
 
We bid a fond farewell to actor, director, and occasional Suspense host Robert Montgomery. In addition to acting as emcee and narrator, Montgomery plays a man who may (or may not) be the homicidal maniac stalking the streets of London in "The Lodger" (originally aired on CBS on February 14, 1948). Plus, he recreates his big screen role of Philip Ma…
  continue reading
 
Welcome back folks to yet another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio Series. Today, we make another visit with Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in their classic series, Bold Venture. Today's episode is titled "Sailor Framed For Murder." As you may remember, a salty seadog Slate Shannon, played by Humphrey Bogart, owns a …
  continue reading
 
Uncover the unsettling world of psychological manipulation with "The Doctor Prescribed Death," an intriguing episode from the classic radio series "Suspense!" which originally aired on February 2, 1943. This captivating story delves into a chilling experiment conducted by Professor Antonio Bastille, a psychologist with a dark theory about the human…
  continue reading
 
Step into a world of intrigue and horror with "The Devil's Saint," a captivating episode from the classic radio series "Suspense!" which originally aired on January 19, 1943. Introduced by "The Man In Black," this episode features the legendary Peter Lorre as a sinister nobleman who sets the stage for a night of terror. The story begins on St. Cath…
  continue reading
 
Enter the dark and terrifying world of Edgar Allan Poe with "The Pit and The Pendulum," a spine-chilling episode from the classic radio series "Suspense!" which originally aired on January 12, 1943. Introduced by "The Man In Black," this famous horror tale plunges listeners into the dreadful tortures of the Spanish Inquisition. Adapted for "Suspens…
  continue reading
 
Nothing Up My Sleeve: A Gripping Tale of Deception and Intrigue Enter the world of high-stakes robbery and cunning deception with "Nothing Up My Sleeve," a riveting episode from the classic radio series "Suspense!" which originally aired on January 5, 1943. This enthralling narrative takes listeners into the heart of a bank heist mystery that revol…
  continue reading
 
Character Walter Abel began his career in Eugene O'Neill stage dramas in the 1920s and he worked steadily on the big and small screens all the way through the 1980s. We'll hear him as a bank employee who wants to add some fun - and some ill-gotten gains - to his life in "Quiet Desperation" (originally aired on CBS on August 7, 1947). Plus, he co-st…
  continue reading
 
Welcome back folks to yet another drama packed episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Crime series. I'm so very glad you tuned in, and I hope you are enjoying the podcast ! If you are, please tell others to tune in too ! I'd really appreciate it. Today, we listen to a crime drama series called Broadway Is My Beat. Broadway Is My Beat is a radio cri…
  continue reading
 
Two Sharp Knives: A Tale of Deception and a Surprise Twist Step into the seemingly quiet world of a small town with "Two Sharp Knives," a riveting episode from the classic radio series "Suspense!" which originally aired on December 22, 1942. This engaging story follows the adventures of a bumbling assistant police chief who proves to be much sharpe…
  continue reading
 
Til Death Do Us Part: A Chilling Tale of Betrayal and Desperation Step into the desolate English countryside with "Til Death Do Us Part," a haunting episode from the classic radio series that aired on December 15, 1942. This suspenseful narrative weaves a gripping tale of jealousy, betrayal, and the dark lengths one man will go to seek vengeance. T…
  continue reading
 
We bid goodbye to the "First Lady of Suspense" as Agnes Moorehead stars in three old time radio thrillers. First, she plays a high school teacher who tries to save her student from a grisly end behind the wheel of a hot rod in "The Empty Chair" (originally aired on CBS on September 21, 1953). Then, Ms. Moorehead plays a mother who's a little too cl…
  continue reading
 
The Bride Vanishes: A Haunting Tale of Mystery and Madness Step into the eerie and atmospheric world of "The Bride Vanishes," a chilling episode from the classic radio series "Suspense!" which originally aired on December 1, 1942. This gripping story transports listeners to an Italian villa, where a haunted balcony becomes the backdrop for a spine-…
  continue reading
 
The Body Snatchers: A Chilling Tale of Medicine and Murder in Old England Step into the eerie world of 19th-century England with "The Body Snatchers," a spine-tingling episode from the classic radio series "Suspense!," which originally aired on November 24, 1942. This gripping tale delves into the dark practice of body snatching at a time when the …
  continue reading
 
In this bonus episode, I'm sharing my favorite Suspense shows from the 18 appearances Joseph Cotten made on the program. The star of Shadow of a Doubt and The Third Man plays both heroes and villains across these six episodes. First, he's searching for his missing wife in "You'll Never See Me Again" (originally aired on CBS on September 14, 1944), …
  continue reading
 
Welcome back folks to yet another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio Series ! I sure do hope you're enjoying these great classic crime, murder mysteries and I thank you for stopping by again. This episode is from the classic Sherlock Holmes Series and is titled "The Unwelcome Ambassador." This episode originally aired in …
  continue reading
 
Menace in Wax: A Thrilling Tale of Espionage and Sabotage Step into the shadowy world of wartime London with "Menace in Wax," a captivating episode from the classic radio series "Suspense!," which originally aired on November 17, 1942. This thrilling story weaves together historical intrigue and high-stakes espionage, taking listeners on a suspense…
  continue reading
 
As a contract player for Warner Brothers and Fox, Mark Stevens starred in film noir and dramas alongside the likes of Lucille Ball and Richard Widmark. But even though he was hailed as one of the most promising new stars of Hollywood, his career never really took off. We'll hear Stevens in his one and only appearance on Suspense; he plays a man who…
  continue reading
 
Will You Make a Bet with Death: A Thrilling Tale of Life, Death, and Betrayal Step into the shadowy and tension-filled world of "Will You Make a Bet with Death," a gripping episode from the classic radio series "Suspense," which originally aired on November 10, 1942. This thrilling story, written by the legendary John Dickson Carr, explores the dar…
  continue reading
 
Suspense takes some rare trips into the otherworldly realms of science fiction in this bonus episode. John McIntire is a mad scientist with an equally mad experiment in "Donovan's Brain" (originally aired on CBS on Februay 7, 1948), and Jack Benny is a one-man welcoming committee on Mars in "Plan X" (originally aired aired on CBS on February 2, 195…
  continue reading
 
Welcome back folks to another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Radio Series ! I'm so glad you tuned in again. Today, we visit Richard Diamond, Private Detective. This episode is titled "Fred Sears Murder Case." Richard Diamond Private Detective played by Dick Powell is an American detective drama which aired on the radio from 1949 to…
  continue reading
 
The Devil in the Summerhouse: Unraveling a Sinister Mystery Along the Hudson Step into a world of chilling intrigue and long-buried secrets with "The Devil in the Summerhouse," a captivating episode from the classic radio series "Suspense," which originally aired on November 3, 1942. This enthralling tale takes you along the tranquil Hudson River, …
  continue reading
 
Lord of the Witch Doctors: A Gripping Tale of Diplomacy and Deception Step back in time to the exotic and treacherous island of Zanzibar with "Lord of the Witch Doctors," an enthralling episode from the timeless radio series "Suspense," which originally aired on October 27, 1942. This episode immerses you in a world of political intrigue, mysticism…
  continue reading
 
One Hundred In The Dark: A Masterpiece of Gentle Suspense and High-Class Intrigue Step into the opulent world of early 20th-century New York with "One Hundred In The Dark," a fascinating episode from the timeless radio show "Suspense," which originally aired on September 30, 1942. This episode offers a refreshing take on the suspense genre, deviati…
  continue reading
 
Welcome back folks to yet another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio Shows ! This episode is from the classic The Avenger series, featuring Jim Brandon, alter ego of The Avenger who was a biochemist that invented a Telepathic Indicator and a Secret Diffusion Capsule, both of which helped him fight crime. This episode is t…
  continue reading
 
A Passage to Benares: A Riveting Journey of Mystery and Intrigue Step into the mesmerizing world of "A Passage to Benares," an unforgettable episode from the classic radio series "Suspense," which originally aired on September 23, 1942. This episode takes you to the exotic island of Trinidad, where ancient temples hide dark secrets and every shadow…
  continue reading
 
The Kettler Method: A Riveting Tale of Madness and Intrigue Immerse yourself in the eerie and thrilling world of "The Kettler Method," an unforgettable episode from the classic radio series "Suspense," which originally aired on September 16, 1942. This chilling tale takes you to a remote asylum where the line between sanity and madness blurs, leadi…
  continue reading
 
The Hitch-hiker: A Chilling Tale of Supernatural Suspense Step into the eerie world of "The Hitch-hiker," an unforgettable episode from the iconic Old Time Radio show "Suspense," which first aired on CBS on September 2, 1942. Regarded as one of the greatest supernatural stories ever to grace the airwaves, this modern classic delivers a spine-tingli…
  continue reading
 
The Cave of Ali Baba: An Exhilarating Adventure with Lord Peter Wimsey Step into the thrilling world of "The Cave of Ali Baba," a captivating episode featuring the debonair gentleman detective, Lord Peter Wimsey. This action-packed adventure takes you deep into the heart of a shadowy criminal underworld, where secrets and danger lurk around every c…
  continue reading
 
Wet Saturday: A Whimsical Whodunit in the World of Suspense Prepare to be captivated by the intriguing and darkly humorous episode, "Wet Saturday," from the celebrated "Suspense" radio series. Who killed the curate? The answer seems to be almost everybody! This quintessentially British mystery, based on John Collier's short story of the same name, …
  continue reading
 
The Burning Court: A Gripping Tale of Mystery and Supernatural Intrigue Dive into the chilling world of "The Burning Court," a captivating podcast that blends the sinister art of poisoning with eerie supernatural elements. Picture this: a seemingly ordinary dinner party turns into a suspenseful whodunit when one of the guests is revealed to be a mu…
  continue reading
 
Welcome back folks to another exciting episode from the Uncle Erich Presents™ Classic Radio series ! I am so glad you tuned in again, and hope you are enjoying listening to these exciting episodes. Today, we make another visit with Detective Boston Blackie. Today's episode is titled "The Murder of John Walters." In this episode, Blackie goes for a …
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Snabbguide