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FOTF also produced a radio mini-series based on their videos, The Last Chance Detectives.In 2009, FOTF's Radio Theatre produced an audio drama of C. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters, starring Andy Serkis (who played Gollum from the Lord of the Rings movies) as the voice of Screwtape. The Day of Dialogue is a student-led event which takes place April 16.
Radio Theatre began in 1996 with a 90-minute radio drama based on Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, which was produced and aired as a broadcast special.
The drama continued with historical biographies of Squanto ("The Legend of Squanto"), Jesus ("The Luke Reports") and Dietrich Bonhoeffer ("Bonhoeffer: The Cost of Freedom").
Over several years beginning in 1998 Focus on the Family Radio Theater released an audio dramatization of C. Lewis' epic novel series The Chronicles of Narnia, with David Suchet providing the voice of Aslan, and over 100 English actors rounding out the cast.
On 23 June 2017, Vice President Mike Pence attended the organization's 40th anniversary celebration; at the event, he praised founder James Dobson, stated that President Donald Trump is an ally of the organization, and added that the Trump administration supports its goals (including the abolition of Planned Parenthood).
In its IRS Form 990 for Tax Year 2015, dated October 26, 2017, Focus on the Family for the first time declared itself a “church, convention of churches or association of churches”, claiming that it was no longer required to file the IRS disclosure form and that the sources and disposition of its million budget were “Not for public inspection.” Tax Attorney Gail Harmon, who advises nonprofits on tax law, said she found the declaration “shocking”, noting that ““There’s nothing about them that meets the traditional definition of what a church is.