Adventures in Odyssey Club Exclusive Content

Below is a complete listing of exclusive content provided for Adventures in Odyssey Club members. This content is not available for purchase anywhere else. Also see our complete listing of AIOC Content.



Adventures in Odyssey Club Exclusive Episodes

One brand-new episode is released monthly and includes bonus content, including video, web quests, and more.


Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 1 (2014)
Whit and the folks in Odyssey explore what it means to have a relationship with God while they learn about serving others around the world.
Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 2 (2015)
Our "second call" of becoming Jesus companions means sharing His mission and direction. This seasons themes will deal with the heart and life of Christ.
Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 3 (2016)
When we grow as disciples of Christ, we find ourselves striving to follow His example. This season's "third call" is to become imitators of Jesus in all we say and do.
Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 4 (2017)
After last season's emphasis on imitating Christ, we're ready to explore practical ways of accomplishing the works of God. This "fourth call" focuses on works of mercy such as serving, comforting, forgiving and praying for others.
Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 5 (2018)
Not a big fan of cliffhangers? Then you'll be glad to know that, after a year dominated by multi-part adventures, Season 5 will feature 12 self-contained stories. Episodes will reveal more about Whit's family, a certain cosmic copper, and ministries such as Prison Fellowship and Trail Life USA. Stay tuned for plenty of fun and surprises in 2018!
Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 6 (2019)
As we enter Season 6, get ready for a journey that has something for everyone, from historical dramas and Imagination Station adventures, to Kids' Radio fables and B-TV sketches. We'll even enter someone's mind! Listen for special ministry stories inspired by The Power of Camp and Wycliffe Bible Translators.
Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 7 (2020)
Ready to travel? Buckle up! Season 7 begins with an ocean voyage, includes a wacky road trip, and ends with kids on a foreign mission. Listen for stories featuring Voice of the Martyrs and American Heritage Girls. We'll also travel back in time for our second young Whit adventure. All journeys you won't want to miss!
Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 8 (2021)
There's lots of snow in the forecast as we start Season 8. Expect laughs and drama, clowns, art thieves, talking animals and a clash with Bigfoot! We'll also spend more time with the Perkins and Calhoun families, and learn about important ministries such as Cadence International and Trans World Radio. Bundle up. It's gonna be a great year!
Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 9 (2022)
Adventures in Odyssey Club Season 10 (2023)



Additional Exclusive Content

Extra member benefits are added to the Adventures in Odyssey Club periodically, including exclusive albums, soundtracks, audio books, and more.


The Officer Harley Collection

Officer David Harley appeared in a number of early Adventures in Odyssey episodes. He was voiced by Will Ryan, who later went on to voice Eugene Meltsner. Harley was a bumbling policeman and the producers loved him for his comic potential, but not everyone felt the same way. After parents complained that he gave a bad impression of law enforcers, the team decided that Officer Harley should leave the show. Many of his episodes were later rewritten, re-titled, and rerecorded without him. A few others were dropped completely and never aired again. Over the years, we've looked for a place to re-release these episodes as interesting curiosities so fans could hear the originals. And now, with the Odyssey Adventure Club, we've finally found the perfect place. Enjoy these episodes that haven't been heard in more than twenty years!

The Best of Eugene, Vol. 1

Whether sparring with Connie, road-tripping with Bernard, courting Katrina, or contemplating fatherhood, Eugene Meltsner has kept busy since walking into Whit's End for the first time in Episode #51. This sampler includes comedies, dramas, mysteries, musicals and more. No matter when you first heard "Greetings and salutations," you're sure to find an old – or new – favorite among these diverse episodes featuring the voice of Will Ryan.


B-TV: The Collection

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!

The Leonard Meltsner Saga

Join Eugene Meltsner for this exciting and surprising series of adventures in this exclusive Adventures in Odyssey Club collection.


Hope in Trying Times

Health scares. Natural disasters. Religious persecution. These and other trials are a normal part of life – even for God's people (James 1:2-4). In this special Club collection, see how our Odyssey friends handle chaos and crisis, from break-ins and blizzards to phobias and floods. Prepare for edge-of-your-seat drama (and lots of laughs) as we discover how to overcome fear, put faith in the Lord, and serve others when the going gets tough.

The Imagination Station #2:
Attack at the Arena (audiobook)

Once again the Imagination Station at Whit's End sends Beth and Patrick on a time machine adventure. In book 1, these two tried to help the mysterious Albert by visiting the Vikings. In Attack at the Arena, they search for a puzzling silver cup needed to save Albert. Beth and Patrick's adventures take them to Rome during the era of the first Christians.

The Imagination Station #3:
Peril in the Palace (audiobook)

The quest to save Whit's friend Albert continues in 13th century China. Cousins Patrick and Beth encounter Mongol warriors, giant eagles and Marco Polo as they search for the golden tablet of Kublai Khan … and the Imagination Station. Danger reaches new heights in this thrilling tale, written by Marianne Hering and read by AIO's Bob Hoose.

The Imagination Station #4:
Revenge of the Red Knight (audiobook)

Set in 1450s England, this adventure introduces Patrick and Beth to Albert. But they also encounter trouble at Lord Darkthorn's castle when they're accused of stealing the very treasures they've been trying to return. Can the cousins save Albert and themselves before the next new moon? Joust away with this exciting story written by Paul McCusker and Marianne Hering, and read by the voice of Whit, Andre Stojka.

The Imagination Station #5:
Showdown with the Shepherd (audiobook)

Travel to the Holy Land, 1000 B.C., with Patrick and Beth. Can they find the menacing Master Hugh, get the Whittaker family ring, and send Hugh back to 1450s England? Their faith will be tested by an angry bear and an angrier giant as they try to stop Hugh from changing history and helping the Philistines win.

The Imagination Station #6:
Problems in Plymouth (audiobook)

Travel with Patrick and Beth in the Imagination Station to Plymouth Colony, 1621. There they find plenty of problems, including a lost Pilgrim boy, stolen corn, and angry natives. Meanwhile, the cousins can't find Hugh, a time-traveling troublemaker who could wind up changing American history. Has Hugh kidnapped Squanto? Will the first Thanksgiving feast turn into the first Pilgrim-Indian war?

Adventures in Odyssey 30th Birthday Live Show

On Nov. 15, 2017, a capacity crowd filled the largest theater aboard the Disney Dream to celebrate Adventures in Odyssey's 30th birthday. It was quite a stage show brimming with skits, music, laughs—even sound effects performed right before your eyes. Now you can enjoy every minute of that live celebration in the Club. Set sail with your favorite voice actors, Odyssey crew, and a few surprise guests for all of the fun we could fit onboard and still stay afloat. (All-you-can-eat buffet not included.)

Adventures in Odyssey Live!

Join over 4,900 fans—a record-breaking live audience for Focus on the Family—and experience Adventures in Odyssey Live! Connie, Eugene, Wooton, Bernard, Mandy, and more favorite characters present an all-new adventure about discovering Gods calling for our lives. Complete with actor bloopers and live reactions from the audience, this extended show is presented in audio CD format—and a special DVD slideshow that takes you inside the live event! And don't miss the exciting bonus features: actors answer questions from the audience, a photo booklet reveals even more about the Birthday Bash weekend . . . and an exclusive teaser gives you the scoop on what's happening next in Odyssey!

B-TV: Live! Motion Slideshow • B-TV: Live! God's Unique Calling • B-TV: Live! Questions & Answers With the Actors • B-TV: Live! Bloopers

AIOC Season 1 Soundtrack

For decades, the music of John Campbell has played a vital supporting role on Adventures in Odyssey. In this collection, his dynamic compositions take center stage. From pulsing African rhythms ("The Launch") and iconic western swells ("The Lone Lawman"), to gentle Asian strings ("The Drop Box") and warm yuletide stings ("The Perfect Gift," "All By Myself"), this instrumental album will have you reliving favorite moments from the Odyssey Adventure Club's premiere season.

AIOC Season 2 Soundtrack

During the club's second season, Odyssey composer John Campbell applied an even broader sonic palette. The jungle became both foreboding ("To the Ends of the Earth") and dreamlike ("Walter's Flying Bus"). We felt the swirling chill of Alaska ("The Cure"), were enchanted by pixie dust ("Pinocchio"), and pursued truth with a sense of mystery and urgency ("B-TV: To Tell the Truth"). "Follow Me" and "Hidden Gems" even escorted us on an instrumental tour of the Holy Land. 

AIOC Season 3 Soundtrack

Season 3 once again showcases Odyssey composer John Campbell, yet also dabbles in the cinematic stylings of Jared DePasquale ("When One Door Closes"). Lift your spirits with the jaunty innocence of "Walk This Way," "Un-Tech the Halls" and "The Journal of John Avery Whittaker." Methodical Asian strings capture the tension and trials of Vietnam's refugees in "The Boat People." And relax with African themes and raindrop-like percussion ("The Good Soil"). Your great musical adventure awaits!

AIOC Season 4 Soundtrack

We opened Season 4 with "One More Name," a three-part Holocaust drama that created new challenges for composer John Campbell. To hear a master at work, just listen to those mournful, yet hopeful strains all by themselves. Then enjoy bouncy, game-day energy ("Unfair Game"), ominous tones and trickling scales ("Swept Away"), and a historic mosey through the Civil War ("The Legend of Sperry McGerk"). Finally, return to New Zealand via the jaunty themes of "There and Back Again."

AIOC Season 5 Soundtrack

Composer John Campbell covers diverse musical territory once again in the Club's fifth season. High adventure includes futuristic sci-fi ("Walk Worthy," "Drake and the Time That Time Forgot") as well as playful shanties and nautical menace ("Out to Sea"). Pedal steel strings perfectly accent Miss Parker's southern twang in "The New Olivia." Equally brilliant are John's simple, thoughtful scores for heartbreaking dramas such as "Charlotte" and "Beyond Repair." Well worth a listen!

AIOC Season 6 Soundtrack

Sweeping and cinematic, the compositions of Jared DePasquale kicked off Season 6 with African flair and choral chemistry "In a Sun-Scorched Land." The rest is all John Campbell – from British heraldry ("The Morning Star"), to harmonica- and banjo-infused Americana ("Icky and Kat and Balty and Bones", to German oompahs and yodels ("Rumpelstiltskin"). "B-TV: Idolatry" practically wears a brown Fedora, while "The World of Whitonia" escorts us on a quirky-cool journey into an alternate Eden.

AIOC Season 7 Soundtrack

Jared DePasquale's two-part score for "Unsinkable" is as epic as Titanic itself, as are his rousing, adventurous cues for "The Martyr and the Rooster." Meanwhile, John Campbell takes us on a jaunty journey to Chicago ("Cars, Trains and Motorcycles") before heading South of the Border ("Teach a Man") and back in time ("Young Whit and the Revolutionary Secret"). Speaking of which, don't miss his 1.21 gigawatt pop culture nod in "Millstones." Another great collection by our talented composers.


Other Membership Perks »

  • Exclusive video stories and behind-the-scenes sneak peeks
  • Monthly Web Quests
  • Daily devotionals
  • Monthly member newsletter
  • Bonus first looks at upcoming book releases and other products

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