Wooton’s Whirled History: A Mix of Melody Makers

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Wooton’s Whirled History: A Mix of Melody Makers
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2014
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Description

Wooton's Whirled History includes a compilation of previously released historical episodes with new introductions to each episode by Wooton.

Bonus Features

  • Discussion guide


Episodes

Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#221: “It Is Well”
February 27, 1993
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
88%
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Whit tells Lucy Cunningham-Schultz the story of the hymn "It Is Well."

#384: “Amazing Grace”
December 6, 1997
Doug MacIntosh
Paul McCusker
94%
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Whit tells Cody Carper the story of John Newton (1725-1807), a man who experienced God's amazing grace.

#625: “Something Significant”
October 27, 2007
Kathy Buchanan
Marshal Younger
88%
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In the Imagination Station, Trent DeWhite journeys to turn-of-the-century India, the South Pacific, and Constitution Island to see stories of people who were used by God.

#664: “The Jubilee Singers, Part 1”
May 8, 2010
Dave Arnold
Paul McCusker
90%
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A talking portrait of Frederick Douglass tells Olivia Parker the story of the famous Jubilee Singers of Fisk University. In the story, school treasurer Mr. White tries to assemble a group of talented singers who can save the school from a financial crisis.

#665: “The Jubilee Singers, Part 2”
May 15, 2010
Dave Arnold
Paul McCusker
92%
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Olivia Parker continues to hear the story of the Jubilee Singers from a talking portrait of Frederick Douglass. The singers’ journey is far from easy. Drunken threats, racism, sickness, and hunger follow the singers from town to town. They hope against hope for a miracle that can save their school.

#666: “The Jubilee Singers, Part 3”
May 22, 2010
Dave Arnold
Paul McCusker
90%
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Olivia Parker hears the conclusion of the story of the Jubilee Singers from a talking portrait of Frederick Douglass. Things aren’t looking good for the Singers. With each performance, their tour seems closer to despair. Will a church in Oberlin, Ohio, spell the end of their tour and their school...or is it the miracle they’ve been praying for?

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