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Ever Wonder How Adventures in Odyssey Got Started? Check Out Our Timeline to See the Rich History of Our 50 Year Audio Series.

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Explore Our Audio Series Today! Adventures in Odyssey Has Explored Several Story Lines That Evolved Into These Multiple Episode Collections.

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Adventures in Odyssey is a Creative & Engaging Audio Drama That Teaches Faith & Fun While Helping Your Kids Live Out What You’re Teaching Them at Home.

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June 6, 2018: What’s the name of Album 65? Can you give us any hints about Morrie? What happened to Whit’s End Connellsville? Can we watch the whole cruise show? The producers answer! (Plus, Avery nominations!)

Executive producer Dave Arnold, producer Nathan Hoobler, writer/director Sam Suksiri, and writer/director Phil Lollar answer fan questions about recent albums and preview the upcoming Album 65 and look at future books and releases. Then, Bob and Jesse reveal the nominations in the “Up in the Air” and “Under the Surface” Avery Awards.

Album 69: Best Kept Secrets

May 19, 2019: What is the name of Album 70? Can you give a preview of “The Rydell Revelations”? And more questions for the team.

Can Connie’s dad and Wooton’s father become believers? At the end of “Always Home,” Connie gets a call from an old friend. Who was it? What is the name of Album 70? Can you give us any hints on what’s going to happen in “The Rydell Revelations”? Executive producer Dave Arnold, producer Nathan Hoobler, and writers/directors Phil Lollar and Marshal Younger answer these questions and more in the latest Team Q and A.

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Adventures in Odyssey is an Award-Winning, Original Audio Drama Series Created for Ages 8-12 & Enjoyed by the Whole Family.

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December 5, 2018: Writers Bob Smithouser (!) and Phil Lollar (plus surprise guest) dive deep into “Out to Sea.”

Three years ago, Bob Smithouser didn’t want to make waves when his boss Dave Arnold asked him to write an Odyssey script, but he felt like a fish out of water. He was green around the gills in the ways of script-writing and it was sink or swim. Over the long voyage of writing the script, Bob weathered the storm to get to final draft with the help of Phil Lollar and others to keep things on course. Don’t rock the boat as we hear the story of how that happened!