AIO Blogcast 35: Review of Sgt. York Parts 1-4

We go international and a little south of normal in this podcast. That's because today we review the 4 part episode Sgt. York and we have some pretty wacky guest hosts joining us to help us discuss it: Dave Brown from New Zealand and Daniel Gray from Canada!

What's in this podcast:
Deep discussion about all 4 parts, including talk about lightning bolts, Southern accents

Cool accents

A big laugh fest

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Podcast Notes:
>> Hear Daniel & Dave's own podcast: The Slow Walk Down Gilead Lane.
>> Read and listen to Dave's reviews of Odyssey episodes on his blog.


Austin Peachey is a die-hard reader and audio drama fan. He's run the Adventures in Odyssey Blog for over 8 years and has produced a few audio dramas of his own. He's also worked on the 2nd edition of The Official Guide to Odyssey and can be heard on Phil Lollar's Iliad House.


  1. Great review guys!

    Dave: you asked about the conversion of Sgt. York; whether or not the AIO depiction at the funeral was correct or not. According to what I was able to find, that is not accurate. Per the info found here: his conversion was actually at a revival meeting.

    Anyway, enjoyed having the great guests on the show. I might actually start listening to DGL just so I can listen to Dave and Daniel interact about the content on their podcast.


  2. Thanks, J.D., for the info about York's conversion. His conversion being at a revival meeting makes much more sense. :-)

    You haven't listened to DGL? :-o You're such a big radio drama fan I was sure you would know the show, even if you might not like it. If you liked hearing from Daniel and me in this podcast then definitely give us a try on the SWDGL ( as you listen to DGL episodes. I'd suggest starting with Season Three or Season Five of DGL (or Season One if you really want, but both the DGL episodes and our podcasts are a bit simple from back then).



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