New Audio Drama Designed To Engage Your Child's Mind and Ignite Their Imaginations

  • Teaches Self Reliance and Hard Work
  • Emphasizes Promise-Keeping
  • Encourages Love Of American History
  • Develops Disciplined Thinking
  • Family-Friendly, Wholesome Listening
  • Perfect Road Trip Boredom Buster

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About Good Days Remembered

After the production of our first epic audio drama Under Drake's Flag, Bill Heid (founder and executive producer of Heirloom Audio Productions) had a strong desire to create yet another audio series. A series that would harken back to the morals of yesteryear and provide our listeners with some tangible lessons for the youth of today. Truth be told, our parents and grandparents lived in a time when life was harder…yet somehow better. A time when prayer was allowed and encouraged in schools, the Pledge of Allegiance was said at the start of each day, patriots with a true heart for freedom struggled and fought to protect the land they loved, and families were able to do more with less. There is much to be admired about the “good ‘ol days”, and that is exactly what we're trying to portray in this new series.

Set during the 1940's, this series takes you through one adventure after another: from the perilous journey of the Oregon Trail to the outer limits of our Milky Way galaxy, our lovable characters invite you to learn lasting lessons with them as they learn what it means to be good citizens and men and women after God's own heart.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy this trip down memory lane as Heirloom Audio proudly presents Good Days Remembered.

Five Great Audio Adventures

The Only Thing We Have To Fear

On December 7, 1941, Bobby and Dorothy learn what it means to trust the Lord amidst the storms of life.

In God We Trust

Grandpa Eli relives his experience of the Great Depression.

Future Fantastic

Take a step into the future and experience the adventures of Jack Starr and his family during a time of planetary unrest.

The Piano

Westward ho! Grandma Cora recounts her memories of traveling the Oregon Trail.

Oil for a Model T

Using his classic car and a dusty attic, Grandpa teaches Bobby a valuable lesson.