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In this special remastered collection of all-time favorite Christmas episodes, the gang in Odyssey makes another round of exciting discoveries just in time for the holidays. Adventures in Odyssey's Christmas Classics touches on beloved, meaningful themes--giving, compassion, and sacrifice — that underscore the fun of the season. From familiar friends like the Barclays to wacky newcomers (i.e. Wooton), this collection truly ushers in the Christmas cheer. Our stroll through the audio show's archives also includes the only episode ever translated into Spanish, "Los Visitantes" ("The Visitors").

Episodes

  • #5: Gifts for Madge and Guy
    With Christmas just around the corner, Whit shares an important lesson about giving! It’s a “fractured” version of a classic Christmas tale, in which a couple learns the special joy of sacrificing something precious for someone MORE precious.
  • #54: Peace on Earth
    It WAS going to be a wonderful Christmas for the Barclay family — until burglars stole EVERYTHING! the Barclays wake up Christmas morning to disaster — only to discover the true meaning of the holiday.
  • #98: The Visitors
    The holidays are a great time to have guests in your home — if they’re expected! The Barclay family’s Christmas is disrupted by the arrival of THREE, UNexpected and very mysterious guests. Who are they, and what do they REALLY want?
  • #174: Where's Your Daddy?
    For some families, Christmas is the loneliest time of year — especially when a parent can’t be home for the holiday! Whit, Tom and the kids want to help out a needy family struggling to make ends meet. But where is the family’s father? How long has he been missing?
  • #214: The Living Nativity
    A nativity display at Odyssey’s City Hall sparks a controversy over the “separation of church and state.” And when Whit and the gang discover who’s to blame, should they forget the whole thing or get even?
  • #215: Caroling, Caroling
    Sing along with your favorite songs! Whit, Connie and others go caroling around the town of Odyssey, bringing season’s greetings and good cheer to special friends. It’s a musical delight for the whole family, with both traditional and new songs that’ll warm your heart.
  • #253: A Time For Christmas
    Do you like Christmas, but find yourself too busy to enjoy it? Whit helps Courtney reorder her priorities with an adventure through time in the Imagination Station! Learn more about Christmas through a series of visits to Bethlehem, the Middle Ages, and Dickens’ England!
  • #385: It's a Pokenberry Christmas (Part 1)
    Whit reads a letter from Mary Barclay that discusses how discouraged George Barclay is in Pokenberry Falls. Things are so bad he is considering quitting the pastorate. Whit and Eugene decide to visit the Barclays over the holidays as an encouragement to George and while doing so have a few surprises to give and receive!
  • #386: It's a Pokenberry Christmas (Part 2)
    Whit reads a letter from Mary Barclay that discusses how discouraged George Barclay is in Pokenberry Falls. Things are so bad he is considering quitting the pastorate. Whit and Eugene decide to visit the Barclays over the holidays as an encouragement to George and while doing so have a few surprises to give and receive!
  • #434: BTV: Redeeming the Season
    Trees, stockings, twinkly lights and — oh yeah — St. Nicholas — are all part of the Christmas festivities! But why? The BTV gang is out on the streets once again to bring you the facts about our holiday traditions. Be listening for a fun-filled half hour of Yuletide history and humor — along with a few surprise visitors.
  • #480: The Popsicle Kid
    You’ll learn a lesson in decorating from — Wooten Bassett. A lesson on the Christmas spirit — from Bart Rathbone — but the most important lesson of all is from a boy known as the “Popsicle Kid.” Find out how hubcaps and Popsicle sticks can show what Christmas is really all about!
  • #557: A Lamb's Tale
    A pet lamb … and Tamika is giving it away. Tamika just wants her pet lamb, Cotton, to make somebody happy. But is this an ordinary lamb? There seems to be a lot of interest from unlikely people. What’s up with the lamb?