Robin Hood and the Black Knight!

Robin Hood and the Black Knight’s Challenge

In this classic kids’ adventure story, the legendary Robin Hood of Sherwood Forest comes to the aid of a boy who is compelled to answer the dreaded Black Knight’s challenge to joust to the death. Can Robin somehow intervene in this hopeless situation? Great fun for young listeners!

To stream this audio program, CLICK HERE . To download the file, right click that link and “save” to your computer. Mac users, press the “control” key then click the link and save to your mac.

The Story of Glass

So… Who invented glass anyway? Where did it come from? Find the answers in this amazing history dramatization from “Adventures in Research”. Great living history! (13 minutes)

The Story of Glass

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Father Knows Best + Jack and the Beanstalk + Puss in Boots

FATHER KNOWS BEST “Watching the Dog” – Chaos comes to the Anderson household in the form of a mischeivous little dog that has the whole family in an uproar in this great episode of the classic radio sitcom from 1952!



JACK AND THE BEANSTALK / PUSS IN BOOTS – Next, we have TWO great Grimm’s fairy tales, told by none other than The Great Gildersleeve (Harold Peary). These are warm and engaging retellings of these classic stories, but are faithful to the originals — so be warned, the giant and the ogre don’t make it out of the stories alive. And for those of you who are concerned about such things, there are no witches in these stories. These classic stories were originally released in a 78rpm children’s album in 1947.



To download these MP3 audios, right click the above links, then “save” to your computer. Mac users, hold down the “control” button and click the link, then “save” to your computer.

All Time Favorite Holiday Stories for the Ears!

Longing for a Thanksgiving & Christmas season that really means something to your family this year?

Fill YOUR Home with all the Warmth, Joy and Spirit of an “Old Fashioned Holiday” Season… and enjoy the very same delightful sounds and stories your Grandparents and even Great-Grandparents listened to and loved when they were young!

Nothing recaptures the wholesome, old-fashioned spirit of the holiday season better than these classic holiday radio programs… NOTHING! They are MAGIC.

It’s one of our most treasured “family traditions”…
Each and every year here at the Erskine house — about two weeks before Thanksgiving, the same day the Pilgrim dolls and cornucopia are set out on our table — the kids would eagerly dig out our well-used copy of this audio collection and ask to listen again to these truly WONDERFUL holiday programs.

From then on, almost every afternoon and evening… while getting supper ready, doing chores, and just relaxing around the house, our family listens to two or three of these programs — and we keep on doing so, right up through Christmas and New Years. They fill the house with the spirit of the season in a way nothing else can equal. The stories and music in these vintage Thanksgiving and Christmas programs are an integral part of our holidays…. We just wouldn’t consider the season to be complete without them.

You’ll find these heart-warming, inspirational, fun-filled stories will fill YOUR home with an old-fashioned holiday spirit as well. They have a magic all their own that you won’t find on the TV or video. They will remind you over and over of the true meaning of the season.

Here’s just a partial listing of the Holiday audio treats you’ll find in
our All-Time Favorite Holiday Stories Collection:

First we have a double handful of wonderful Thanksgiving stories — focusing on the history and tradition of Thanksgiving in America. You’ll hear stories of the Pilgrims and pioneers who helped build our great country… as well as some warm and humorous stories celebrating the true meaning of “thanksgiving”. These heartwarming stories are a wonderful way to give your children a real understanding the holiday is and remind us all what it is (or at least should be) all about.

The Path of Praise (Great history of Thanksgiving)
You are There: The Sailing of the Pilgrims
The Stepping Stones (why the Pilgrims decided to come to America)

Us Pilgrims
Pete’s Thanksgiving
Anthology: Poetry of Thanksgiving

The “Father Knows Best” Thanksgiving Show
The “The Great Gildersleeve” Thanksgiving Show
The “Life of Riley” Thanksgiving Show
The “Our Miss Brooks” Thanksgiving Show
The “Burns & Allen” Thanksgiving Show
Baby Snooks’ Thanksgiving Dream

“Definitely get the Homeschool Radio Shows “All-Time Favorite Holiday Stories Collection!” We got them last year and they were a hit. It really set the mood for the holidays. Never got tired of listening to them. It really brings the past into the here and now.” — Melissa H.

Next, this All-Time Favorite Holiday Stories collection contains dozens and dozens of delightful Christmas programs! There’s lots of great holiday music, adventure, warm & humorous family stories, and excellent stories about the Nativity. Nothing comes even close to these wholesome family programs for bringing the spirit of Christmas alive in your home. They are an annual tradition here at our house — They add so much warmth and magic to the holiday season, you won’t believe it! We’re sure they will quickly become a much-cherished tradition at your household, too.

The Real Christmas Story

Included in this collection are several reverent, respectful dramatizations of the Biblical Nativity story that the whole family will enjoy. This is really an amazing variety of tales — each of these programs focus on a different aspect of the Nativity story. Granted, some with a good deal of dramatic license — but all are excellent, thought-provoking tales.

The Nativity

Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
Crossroads of Chrismas

Go And Be Counted
No Room at the Inn
Flight into Egypt
The First Christmas
The Other Wise Man

Classic Christmas Stories

A Christmas Carol
It’s a Wonderful Life
Miracle on 34th Street

Blessed Are They
The Small One
Red Skelton’s The Meaning of Christmas

Father Knows Best: Stranded in a Snowstorm
The Greatest Gift
The Littlest Angel

The Lullabye of Christmas
The Blue Bird (with Shirley Temple)
The Miracle of Christmas

Why the Chimes Rang
The Gift of the Magi
All Is Bright

Cavalcade of America
The Lone Ranger
Lum & Abner
Fibber McGee & Molly
The Great Gildersleeve
Sgt. Preston of the Yukon
George Burns & Gracie Allen
Sherlock Holmes… and many more!

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If you have any questions about these resources, please let us know via email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks!

The Erskine Family

PS: Shhhh… don’t tell the kids, but amid all the wholesome fun and music, the All-Time Favorite Holiday Stories collection is also a delightful teaching resource for your home. Several of these programs are faithful adaptations of classic “Living Books” and short stories. Others are dramatizations of historic events. So, your family gets a taste of the classics & history while they listen. Just don’t tell them they are also learning something while they enjoy these classic holiday stories! 🙂 &
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I Scream You Scream We All Scream for…


Ever wonder where ice cream came from, or who first invented it? Listen to some of the fascinating and highly entertaining history of Ice Cream in this great 14 minute episode of the Adventures in Research radio program from 1943!

I Scream You Scream We All Scream for Ice Cream!

Click to play this MP3 Audio, or right click the link above and “save” to your computer!


The Little Mermaid

Here’s a lovely version of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fairy tale, “The Little Mermaid”, originally broadcast in 1942 on the great children’s program “Let’s Pretend”!

The Little Mermaid

To download the program, RIGHT CLICK the link above and “save” to your pc. Mac users, press the “control” key and then click the link and save to your mac.