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Post by Camilla on Sun Aug 22, 2010 2:42 pm

Here you can discuss different Radio Theatres you've listened to, or heard about, or liked or didn't like, and so on. Very Happy

One series I just finished listening to was called the Father Gilbert Mysteries put out by Focus on the Family Radio Theatre. Mom mentioned that she thought it was one of the first things that FoTF dramatized. There's only 8 episodes, and each of them is a different mystery. Father Gilbert is an Anglican priest, vicar of St. Marks church in England. Father Gilbert used to be a detective for Scotland Yard, but a mystery of a run away girl who comitted suicide (he always thought she was murdered, though) made him go to a monastary for awhile, until the Bishop asked him to be the vicar of St. Marks. So each mystery has some spiritual aspect to it, whether they're fighting the evil side, or just dealing with phony "angels". Anyway, I really enjoyed them (they helped painting go faster! Very Happy)!

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Post by Eirwyn on Sun Aug 22, 2010 4:55 pm

I have to admit I've never listened to a radio theater in my whole entire life! affraid I guess I should try listening to one sometime, that is, if I ever get to it tongue

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Post by Night Watchman on Sun Aug 22, 2010 10:11 pm

I love Focus on the Family Radio Theatre! cheers My sisters and I listen to their Narnia audiobooks all the time! (We have most of them memorized now, so it's hard to get used to the changes in voice during the new movies. Razz)

We actually have the Father Gilbert Mysteries, but I've never listened to any of them. I hope we haven't got rid of them! I just started reading one of the books and they seem quite interesting!
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Post by Takara on Mon Aug 23, 2010 1:20 pm

Yes, listen to radio dramas!!! They are so much fun, especially the good ones. Razz

I love Father Gilbert and Narnia!
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Post by Kelcin on Mon Aug 23, 2010 4:28 pm

Our family got a new MP3 player for the car, and we've been listening to a bunch of old Tarzan radio shows(which are all written for radio by the original Tarzan author).
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Post by Camilla on Mon Aug 23, 2010 6:25 pm

Tarzan...isn't he the guy who went around in black, with a black mask? Anyway, if it is him, then we've seen a few of the old episodes (they're black and white)! And really liked them.

The Radio Theatre we're currently listening to is "The Screwtape Letters." It gives you a lot to think about, really, and I find myself sometimes wanting the demons to win, not because I want anyone to go to hell, but because of the way C.S. Lewis wrote it and such. Any Serkis, who stars as Gollum in LoTR, is the voice of Screwtape.

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Post by Takara on Mon Aug 23, 2010 8:36 pm

Also fun ones are Les Mis and Silas Marner.
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Post by Night Watchman on Mon Aug 23, 2010 9:09 pm

Arien wrote:Tarzan...isn't he the guy who went around in black, with a black mask?
No, Tarzan was the guy who went around in a loin cloth or cheetah skin. Cheesy You might be thinking of Zorro...he was an outlaw and hero in colonial California, kinda like a Spanish Robin Hood I think. Rolling Eyes Tarzan was raised in the jungle by "great apes"; Disney made a movie about him that you made have heard of.

Takara wrote:Also fun ones are Les Mis and Silas Marner.
We also have both of those from Focus on the Family! Smile Has anyone here heard the radio theater version of "Billy Budd, Sailor"? I like that one too!
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Post by Josiah on Sun Aug 29, 2010 3:13 pm

Arien wrote:Here you can discuss different Radio Theatres you've listened to, or heard about, or liked or didn't like, and so on. Very Happy

One series I just finished listening to was called the Father Gilbert Mysteries put out by Focus on the Family Radio Theatre. Mom mentioned that she thought it was one of the first things that FoTF dramatized. There's only 8 episodes, and each of them is a different mystery.

I thought there was 12 episodes of Father Gilbert..........Anyway, I've never heard of "Billy Budd, Sailor". is it good?

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Post by Night Watchman on Mon Aug 30, 2010 7:25 pm

I enjoyed it, though the story is rather sad at the end. Sad It's based on the book by Herman Melville (no whales though... Grin )
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Post by Josiah on Thu Sep 02, 2010 1:08 am

I'd like to listen to Father Gilbert! Razz

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Post by Camilla on Thu Sep 02, 2010 6:41 am

I LOVE the Father Gilbert mysteries!! Very Happy I think there's around nine episodes...we have seven, and all I could find out on the internet were two more. I would like to get them.

Yes, Marian, we have listened to "Billy Budd, Sailor." I didn't really like it, because of the sad ending.
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Post by Josiah on Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:40 pm

I really want to listen to Father Gilbert!!! Mad

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Post by Yanny on Fri Nov 12, 2010 3:30 pm

Radio Theatre like AIO?
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Post by Lady on Fri May 20, 2011 1:12 pm

Some of my favorite Radio Theater dramas are: Little Women, The Hiding Place, and Adventures and Odeyssey, all made by Focus on the Family.

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Post by Camilla on Sat May 21, 2011 8:03 am

We have both of those Radio Theatres, and I like them, and we also have a lot of Adventures in Odyssey....I like the older ones better, with Hal Smith as Mr. Whittaker, though. Some of my favorite episodes/series are A Name, not a Number, Darkness Before Dawn, and then all the preceding, sort of entry episodes for that one...can't remember the name of the album. My favorite Radio Theatres to listen to are The Chronicles of Narnia (Focus on the Family), and the Lord of the Rings (BBC).

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Post by Josiah on Mon Jun 13, 2011 10:00 pm

I sort of listened to Little Women, But I got bored with it. Razz

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