B-TV: The Collection

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B-TV: The Collection
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September 29, 2021
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B-TV: The Collection is an exclusive Adventures in Odyssey Club compilation album.

Description

Desperate for kids’ programming, Odyssey’s local TV station allows Bernard Walton and his friends to create their own variety show, forever known as B-TV. Episodes feature sketches, jokes, parodies, Bible stories and interesting facts – all focused on important themes. For this exclusive Club collection, we’ve gathered every B-TV audio drama ever created, as well as video footage of “B-TV: Live!” Do you want your B-TV? This is the place!

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Episodes

Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#298: “I Want My B-TV!”
January 21, 1995
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
93%
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Bernard Walton and the gang at Whit's End create a new television variety show.

#317: “B-TV: Envy”
June 3, 1995
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
84%
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B-TV tells several Bible stories about envy, including Cain and Abel, David and Bathsheba, and Ahab and Jezebel.

#345: “B-TV: Compassion”
February 10, 1996
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
89%
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Bernard Walton, Eugene, and the B-TV crew talk about compassion with the help of Marty the shoemaker.

#383: “B-TV: Thanks”
November 22, 1997
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
95%
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B-TV explores Thanksgiving with stories about 10 lepers, a king named David, and Harlow the stonecutter.

#410: “B-TV: Forgiveness”
October 10, 1998
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
90%
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With help from the Three Little Pigs, Goldilocks, and the Big Bad Wolf, the B-TV gang teaches about forgiveness.

#434: “B-TV: Redeeming the Season”
December 11, 1999
Jim Ware
Phil Lollar
83%
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Bernard Walton and the B-TV crew explore the legend of Saint Nicholas and how many Christmas customs first began.

#461: “B-TV: Obedience”
February 10, 2001
John Fornof
Kathy Buchanan
86%
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B-TV explores the topic of obedience with sketches about the biblical characters Gideon, Naaman, and Moses.

#515: “B-TV: Behind the Scenes”
May 3, 2003
Nathan Hoobler
Marshal Younger
93%
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Alex Jefferson turns a microphone on the B-TV crew to see what happens behind the scenes.

#622: “B-TV: Temptation”
October 6, 2007
Nathan Hoobler
Marshal Younger
95%
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B-TV presents the biblical stories of Solomon and Joseph. And Connie tells a fairy tale about a young girl who encounters a very unusual plant. Each character faced temptations and had to make a choice.

“B-TV: Live!”
Unaired
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
95%
N/A

Bernard Walton, Eugene Meltsner, Connie Kendall and Wooton Bassett explore the topic of God’s unique calling for each of us and imagine what Whit’s End would be like if it was run by others.

#769: “B-TV: To Tell the Truth”
May 1, 2015
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
84%
N/A

What's the truth about "truth"? Our investigation takes us from the Odyssey courthouse, to ancient Jerusalem . . . and beyond.

#830: “B-TV: Revenge”
November 4, 2017
Sam Suksiri
Phil Lollar
88%
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The cast and crew at B-TV explore what revenge is and why it’s wrong through a series of Bible stories, the “What If” Zone, and an adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo.

#858: “B-TV: Trinity”
April 13, 2019
Sam Suksiri
Phil Lollar
59%
N/A

The Trinity. What is it? How does it work? And why is it important? In the latest edition of B-TV, Connie, Harlow Doyle, Captain Quid, and Jacqueline Cusco dive (quite literally) into this important topic.

#869: “B-TV: Idolatry”
August 1, 2019
Sam Suksiri
Phil Lollar
94%
N/A

A collector of artifacts learns valuable lessons about idols, including that they aren't always what they appear to be.


Writers

Writer Episode Number
298 317 345 383 410 434 461 515 622 ??? 769 830 858 869
Erin Chapman
Jim Ware
John Fornof
Kathy Buchanan
Marshal Younger
Nathan Hoobler
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
Sam Suksiri
Torry Martin

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