ATC27: Audio Drama for Christmas
Download Episode 27 In today's edition of the podcast we break from normal programming and...
Download Episode 27
In today's edition of the podcast we break from normal programming and instead of reviews and interviews we bring you a listing of our top favorite Christmas themed audio dramas. These are great productions from all the top audio drama producers. We also play some audio feedback from listener Elizabeth, after which we wish you all a very Merry Christmas! We also would like information on where we can get a copy of the fabulous Christmas audio drama called Treasures of the Snow, based on the novel by Patricia St. John. If you know where it can be found please let us know. Links for all the audio dramas we mentioned can be found below. Merry Christmas!
- The Shepherd’s Prayer - Hear our review in ATC Episode 3
- LifeHouse Theater On-The-Air
- Lamplighter Theatre
- The Wanderer - Hear our review in ATC Episode 7
- Buried in the Snow - Hear our review in ATC Episode 9
- Jungle Jam
- It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Bedtime
- Gift of the RazzleFlabben
- The Merry Christmas Show (Free Download!)
- Focus on the Family Radio Theatre
- A Christmas Carol
- The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
- The Shoemaker's Gift
- The Gift of the Magi
- Christmas By Injuction
- Adventures in Odyssey
UPDATE: In regards to our quest for Treasures of the Snow, we received the following email from listener Rhonda:
"Good afternoon,You mentioned looking for "Treasures of the Snow." Anyone can listen via http://www.kjol.org/special_
programs.asp online anytime now through Christmas. To get a recording someone would have to "tape" it via a radio airing (which is highly encouraged by Moody Radio). KJOL already aired the program earlier this season.Blessings,Rhonda Repshire"
Thanks Rhonda! Go listen to this great drama everyone. We know you'll enjoy this story.
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