Updated: Nov 22
Radio Roulette starts with the LifeHakx presenter doing a "Live On Air" Special radio show for Halloween.
Mary Collins introduces the idea that she would like to change up the back ground music for the new season of LifeHakx and what more fun way to do that, than to choose random "autoplay" songs, especially on Halloween. The game starts off almost immediately with a playful yet distressing song, and follows with predictions that are eerily accurate. There is also a notion of the mood of the area as a traditional autumn festival takes place that very night called Herbstmesse and a premonition into upcoming events that she is looking forward to.
This Halloween special is dedicated to The Twilight Zone: Episode 43 " Nick of Time"
"The hand belongs to Mr. Don S. Carter, male member of a honeymoon team on route across the Ohio countryside to New York City. In one moment, they will be subjected to a gift most humans never receive in a lifetime. For one penny, they will be able to look into the future. The time is now, the place is a little diner in Ridgeview, Ohio, and what this young couple doesn't realize is that this town happens to lie on the outskirts of the Twilight Zone."
Airdate: November 18, 1960
Teleplay: Richard Matheson
Story: Richard Matheson
Director: Richard L. Bare
Music: Uncredited stock
Guest Stars: William Shatner
Lead Character: Don Carter
Herbstmesse "The Herbstmesse of Basel is more than your average funfair. This tradition can look back on a history of over 550 years, and is spread over seven of the city’s squares and a hall at the trade fair centre".
Secret Dinner presents
"The story of the Weimar Cabaret, with Anita Berbe in Berlin at the time of the Weimar Republic around 100 years ago, where industrialists, artists and gangsters celebrate wild and decadent nights. Dinner in 5 acts, accompanied by outstanding performances on the cabaret stage and in the midst of our guests."
The Crêperie Kohlenberg 8 is getting ready for the biggest Autumn fair, known in Switzerland as Herbstmesse.
Crêperie Kohlenberg 8 has a quirky vintage theme, with dainty teacups and delicious cookies, as well as a variety of choices both savoury and sweet. The owners are mother and daughter Yvette and Cosima Walde and they have been running the crêperie successfully for 9 years. Visit The Crêperie on Kohlenberg 8 to warm up and fill up on their delightful desserts and check out their American Hotdog Restaurant & Candy & Cereal Shop too!