We review The Colonial Radio Theatre's production called The Plimoth Adventure: Voyage of Mayflower in today's episode. This is a historical audio drama that is packed with facts and information, but still entertains. Also in this episode is an interview with Christopher Green from GreenStreams Studio about their brand new audio drama serial entitled Shadows And Daylight. Christopher introduces some of the main characters and shares more behind the scenes info on this series. We also give a mini review for a children's audio drama series called The Tales of Deputy Guppy. It's a jam-packed episode! Download Episode 68 Review SegmentAfter listening to The Plimoth Adventure we recommend you listen to The Legend of Squanto from Focus on the Family Radio Theatre. Check out our review in Episode 58.The CRT podcast episode from June 22, 2015 contains some interesting behind the scenes info on The Plimoth Adventure. That info begins at approximately 7:45.Additional Info on Gov. Bradford's life and his Journal:http://www.pilgrimhallmuseum.org/williambradford.htmhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OfPlymouthPlantationhttp://mith.umd.edu/eada/html/display.php?docs=bradfordhistory.xml Get your copy of The Plimoth Adventure from one of our affiliate partners below. Interview SegmentGuest: Christopher Green, Writer, Director & Producer of Shadows And DaylightChristopher GreenGreenStreams Studio WebsiteShadows And Daylight Website Christopher mentioned his work on these two other shows; The Ceiling Fan and the Jimmy, Sam & Tommy Show.Mini Review SegmentCheck out The Tales of Deputy Guppy. Feedback SegmentMichael reminded us that HisKids.net has changed to KeysForKids.net.Aaron T. suggested we check out Patch The Pirate. Outro SegmentListener Christopher164 interviewed JD on his blog about Porchlight Family Media and ATC! Join The ATC Insiders! What are your thoughts on the topics we addressed in this episode? Send us your feedback! We’d love to hear what you think! Leave a comment below this post, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call or text 623-688-2770. Or follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/ATCcast Subscribe to the show so you'll never miss an episode!