In an interview with Radio Theatre host Dave Arnold on the AIO BlogCast, he revealed that the next script being recorded in London this April is based on Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis. The drama will be about the back-story that led to Lewis writing the book and what he went through during World War II and other events in his personal life that had an influence on the book and helped to form the theology within it. It will be the story behind the story, so to speak, not a dramatization of the non-fiction book itself. Mere Christianity started off as a series of radio broadcasts on the BBC during the war so it will be interesting to see how those are tied into this next production from Radio Theatre. Focus on the Family has a good relationship with the Lewis estate and has previously produced dramas of The Screwtape Letters and the entire Chronicles of Narnia series. According to Dave Arnold, Focus on the Family is looking at releasing the story behind Mere Christianity as early as this fall. He also said that Radio Theatre wants to eventually create dramas of all of C. S. Lewis' works, including his science fiction books in The Space Trilogy.