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|36: Kid's Radio|
Brad and Sherman start the Station.
|114: The Big Broadcast|
Whit and Tom start the station up again. This show was the first (and thankfully the only) to feature nearly an entire episode produced to sound like it was on the radio in the 1940s. Like many of the early Kids' Radio shows, it featured an "off-radio" beginning and end to set it up.
|141: Over the Airwaves|
Another of the early Kids' Radio shows, this one also featured a brief "setup" before and after the radio show.
|173: A Thanksgiving Carol|
The first Kids' Radio episode without an in-episode closing. In other words, the Kids' Radio ending was the end of the show, rather than coming back to Whit, Connie, etc.
|193: A Tongue of Fire|
The first Kids' Radio to feature a recurring show—the Jimmy Barclay show.
|210: On Solid Ground|
This was the first O. T. Action News episode, one of Kids' Radio's most popular programs. It was also the first time that there was no "setup" for a Kids' Radio show. The entire show consisted of the "on-radio" segment.
|229: The Marriage Feast|
This was the only full Kids' Radio show devoted to a parable.
|232: Thy Kingdom Come|
Though this episode features no Kids' Radio broadcast, Whit is preparing a number of sketches to air in the future.
|240: And the Glory|
This episode featured Kids' Radio's first sports play-by-play.
|242: Hymn Writers|
This Kids' Radio show featured kid reporters and interviewers, a device borrowed from O. T. Action Neews and one that would be used in the future.
Pilgrim's Progress Revisited, Part 1
251: Pilgrim's Progress Revisited, Part 2
These exciting, sound-effects heavy shows feature a credit for "Engineering by Bob David," a reference to Bob Luttrell and Dave Arnold, the production engineers for these shows.
|288: The Twilife Zone|
There are two hosts of this show, both played by Katie Leigh.
|292: Siege at Jericho|
This Kids' Radio show interrupts the Odyssey theme, the only time that's ever happened. It's also the only O. T. Action News without an intro by Whit and the only one without Connie or Eugene as "advisors."
|294: Unto Us a Child is Born|
This episode featured Jimmy Barclay's attempt to produces a live version of the Christmas story. It was also the only episode besides Kids' Radio where we heard the broadcast from "behind the scenes" rather than in front of the radio.
|302: Share and Share Alike|
The first annual "Share-a-thon," but the only one we've ever heard about.
|321: Hidden in My Heart|
This broadcast contains parodies of Rescue 911, Lassie, and Star Trek.
St. Paul: Voyage to Rome
347: St. Paul: An Appointment with Caesar
These episodes feature the continuation of a story started in 304: St. Paul: The Man from Tarsus and 305: St. Paul: Set Apart by God, though the earlier episodes were Imagination Station shows.
|350: The Time of Our Lives|
One of several Kids' Radio shows without credits at the end.
|367: The Decision|
The first of several "Candid Conversations." The interesting thing about the format is that it seems every time Connie has a guest, she finds out a big revelation she didn't know before.
|369: It's a Wrap!|
This was the only full Kids' Radio show to turn it's microphone on the people of Odyssey.
|387: New Year's Eve Live!|
This show was recorded live at Focus on the Family and is, thus, the only Kids' Radio with a large audience reacting to the show.
|389: O. T. Action News: Jephthah's Vow|
This O. T. Action News included only one kid reporter as opposed to the usual pair.
|413: The Devil Made Me Do It|
This show featured parodies of Jeopardy, 20/20, and the Academy Awards. It's structure paralleled 321: Hidden in My Heart.
|442a: Two Roads (Split)|
This was the only Kids' Radio split show and the only Twilife Zone that Whit hosted.
The Great Wishy Woz, Part 1
454: The Great Wishy Woz, Part 2
A musical written by Mandy Straussberg, starring many of the main characters of Odyssey. It is loosely based on The Wizard of Oz. This show featured more music than any other Odyssey program.
|457: Opportunity Knocks|
This is the only time that a Kids' Radio broadcast has been interrupted by another broadcast.
|458: Red Herring|
While the "Candid Conversation" in 457: Opportunity Knocks is heard from outside the Kids' Radio studio, this one is heard from the inside.
|461: BTV: Obedience*|
Though it's not on Kids' Radio, this episode contains another "Candid Conversation."
|477: O. T. Action News: Battle at the Kishon|
This show was the first time O. T. Action News interrupted another Kid's Radio show and also the first time that characters from an O. T. Action News story drifted into another broadcast.
This is the first time a "Candid Conversations" ends the Odyssey show.
|487: Plan B, Part 4 Resistance|
This is the only solo Candid Conversation. Note: The album version of this one is much longer and includes a poem about Mitch.
|488: Under the Influence, Part 1|
In this show, we only hear the very end of the broadcast, so we're not sure what Connie's topic was.
|502: Live at the 25|
This episode is the first full-episode Candid Conversation with Connie. It's also the only live Kids' Radio show (so far) and the only Kids Radio episode to repeat a classic Kids Radio sketch (Young Guns Bonanza from 141: Over the Airwaves).
|517: It's All About Me|
This episode featured Kids' Radio's first advice show; during it's brief run was hosted by Mitch.
|537: My Girl Hallie|
This show features multiple references to 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Terminator, and The Matrix, movies about machines taking over.
|550: Fairy Tal-e-vision|
This is the first episode that features Connie and Jason hosting an episode together. It also is arguably the most fast-paced Kids' Radio show so far.
|562: The Last "I Do"|
Though this episode is "hosted" by Connie Kendall, she doesn't narrate the story and appears only at the beginning and end of the show.
|568: The Power of One|
This show featured "The Pray Way" commercial at a commercial break so it felt like a real commercial. The show also featured a shorty ("Paul, Apostle Paul") aired five years earlier.