Suspense

Saturday nights at 8:30pm, with an encore broadcast Tuesday at 8:30pm
Suspense.  Radio’s outstanding Theatre of Thrills presents spine-tingling entertainment to bring you to the edge of your chair, to keep you in “Suspense”.

 


Saturday, February 1st, 8:30pm.  Encore broadcast  Tuesday February4th, 8:30pm

Saturday, February 8th, 8:30pm.  Encore broadcast  Tuesday February 11th, 8:30pm
The Pipes Of Tcho Kitlan
It’s the murky world of 1940s jazz clubs. A heartless musician claims a stolen melody is his.  But this is a forbidden melody, one that he was never supposed to hear.  One with  unspeakable  consequences.  They say music is powerful.  This sleazy musician is about to find out just how powerful.

 

Saturday, February 15th, 8:30pm.  Encore broadcast  Tuesday February 18th, 8:30pm
The Dead Man
Starring Tony Dow (TV’s “Leave It To Beaver”)
A ground-breaking medical experiment goes wrong, and two star-crossed lovers pay the horrifying price.

 

Saturday, February 22nd, 8:30pm.  Encore broadcast  Tuesday February 25th, 8:30pm
Proof In The Pudding

Travel to the heart of Americana, and that most American of events, the holiday cook-off.  But there’s something rotten in this competition, and it’s a recipe for suspense.

 

Saturday, February 29th, 8:30pm.  Encore broadcast  Tuesday March 3rd, 8:30pm
Man Of tomorrow
This suspenseful tale involves time travel.  And as any time traveler will tell you, if you change an event in the past, it changes the present.  But what if you changed events in the future…?

 


The SUSPENSE story

During radio’s heyday in the 1930s and 1940s, anthology programs were wildly popular. But even among classics such as ‘Inner Sanctum’, ‘Lights Out!’ and ‘The Whistler’, one series stood out: SUSPENSE. Featuring a virtual who’s-who of Hollywood royalty, SUSPENSE ran for an unprecedented 20 years and 900-plus episodes before finally going off the air on September 30th, 1962- a date that is widely considered the end of radio’s ‘Golden Age’.

However, that wasn’t the end of the SUSPENSE story. Fifty-three years later, John C. Alsedek and Dana Perry-Hayes decided to do a revival of the show, with all-new stories and a style reminiscent of the original without being a copy. Since its premiere on Sirius XM in the fall of 2012, the resurrected SUSPENSE has aired on nearly 300 radio stations worldwide, becoming one of the world’s most popular radio dramas. It has also been nominated for several major honors, including the prestigious Peabody Award.

Recorded in Hollywood, California with an eclectic and ever-growing company of actors, SUSPENSE is a ‘Twilight Zone for the ears’- a whole new story every episode. So join us each week here on AM 880 KIXI for another pair of taleswell-calculated to keep you in…SUSPENSE!

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