Adventures In Odessay

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The series centers on the fictional town of Odyssey, and the lives of the people who live there, and in particular, an ice-cream and discovery emporium named Whit's End, and its owner, John Avery Whittaker, who was originally voiced by Hal Smith.In 1982, Focus on the Family began creating several short dramas for inclusion in the ministry's daily half-hour radio show; these radio dramas were′ commissioned by Focus on the Family founder and then-president Brandon Watkins as an alternative to Saturday-morning cartoons.Hal Smith (1987–1994)Paul Herlinger (1996–2008)Andre Stojka (2009–present) Katie Leigh Will Ryan (1987–2000, 2005–present)Walker Edmiston (1987–2007)Dave Madden (1988–2008)Earl Boen Corey Burton (1991–2008)Pamela Hayden (1992–2000)Alan Young (1994–2012)Townsend Coleman (1994–present)Jess Harnell (2001–present)Audrey Wasilewski (2005–present)Chris Anthony Adventures in Odyssey (AIO), or simply Odyssey, is an Evangelical Christian radio drama and comedy series created and produced by Focus on the Family for kids.

The series centers on the fictional town of Odyssey, and the lives of the people who live there, and in particular, an ice-cream and discovery emporium named Whit's End, and its owner, John Avery Whittaker, who was originally voiced by Hal Smith.In 1982, Focus on the Family began creating several short dramas for inclusion in the ministry's daily half-hour radio show; these radio dramas were′ commissioned by Focus on the Family founder and then-president Brandon Watkins as an alternative to Saturday-morning cartoons.Hal Smith (1987–1994)Paul Herlinger (1996–2008)Andre Stojka (2009–present) Katie Leigh Will Ryan (1987–2000, 2005–present)Walker Edmiston (1987–2007)Dave Madden (1988–2008)Earl Boen Corey Burton (1991–2008)Pamela Hayden (1992–2000)Alan Young (1994–2012)Townsend Coleman (1994–present)Jess Harnell (2001–present)Audrey Wasilewski (2005–present)Chris Anthony Adventures in Odyssey (AIO), or simply Odyssey, is an Evangelical Christian radio drama and comedy series created and produced by Focus on the Family for kids.

Odyssey is great, and I listen at work all the time!

We listen as a family quite frequently and love torturing ourselves when we wait for each new episode to come out.

Also, I don’t know if anyone else is experiencing this, but in my app the newest album (forgive me, I can’t think of the name at the moment) shows up twice, but the one that shows up first has only one episode.

It seems like there are a couple like this but I’m actually listening to an episode right now so I can’t think or look.

As of 2005, the show's daily audience averaged around 1.2 million within North America.

The Odyssey radio series also includes several spin-off items, including a home-video series, several computer games, and books.

This effort culminated in with a thirteen-week test series titled Family Portraits which aired in early 1987.

It was created by Steve Harris and Phil Lollar, who set it in a small Midwest town they called Odyssey.

No reviews, no interviews, just a look forward to the next podcasts, and a peek into the hilarity of Lee and Arista …

After years of searching for his true identity, Buck Oliver may finally get some answers when a painting from his mother suddenly shows up in Odyssey.

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