300 episodes

The DIS Unplugged podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion that discuss all aspects of planning a Disney vacation. Our show is unbiased, and presents honest opinions of every aspect of a Disney experience - from dining and theme parks to attractions and hotels. Each week we discuss various topics related to Walt Disney World, Disney Cruise Line, and Disneyland California, including the top Disney news stories, dining and restaurant reviews, upcoming events, Disney vacation planning tips, listener questions, plus much more! Our team of Orlando experts includes Pete Werner, Julie Martin, Corey Martin, Kevin Klose, John Magi, Teresa Echols, Kathy Werling, Steve Porter, Ryno Clavin, and Craig Williams.

The DIS Unplugged - A Weekly Roundtable Discussion About All Things Disney World The DIS

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.4, 1.5K Ratings

The DIS Unplugged podcast is a weekly roundtable discussion that discuss all aspects of planning a Disney vacation. Our show is unbiased, and presents honest opinions of every aspect of a Disney experience - from dining and theme parks to attractions and hotels. Each week we discuss various topics related to Walt Disney World, Disney Cruise Line, and Disneyland California, including the top Disney news stories, dining and restaurant reviews, upcoming events, Disney vacation planning tips, listener questions, plus much more! Our team of Orlando experts includes Pete Werner, Julie Martin, Corey Martin, Kevin Klose, John Magi, Teresa Echols, Kathy Werling, Steve Porter, Ryno Clavin, and Craig Williams.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

alicht929 ,

Good source of information but room for improvement

This podcast is an awesome source of Disney parks information. They mostly focus on WDW but cover other aspects of the company when something big happens. If you’re someone who likes to keep up with the latest parks news then this could very well be the show for you!

I’ve been listening to the DIS Unplugged for a little over a year and I was shocked to learn how long they’ve been around. Because of that, they have a rather large following and it can be a bit difficult to get into this show as a new listener. There is lots of chit-chatting, inside jokes, and an unnecessary amount of time spent on housekeeping. The Disneyland version of this show is a lot better about keeping these things brief.

But overall, still a good show for Disney Parks lovers. They’re good at balancing their negative reviews with giving praise whenever it is deserved.

B Lathrop ,

Quality cast & appreciate the mix of opinions & news

I’ve been listening disunplugged podcast lineup for 5 years now, and its kept me in the know and laughing aong throughout my dog walks and commutes every week. Love all iterations of the team and I appreciate everyone’s hard work to make the dis happen

ArchimedestheOwl ,

Going Downhill

This show has lost its focus. I don’t know what the hiring criteria is but it’s obviously not a knowledge of Disney. There are people on there that are always saying “I’ve never ridden that so I don’t know” “I’ve never eaten there so I don’t know.” Ok so why are we listening to you then. Ryno is wonderful. New addition Deni seems great.
I get the criticism of Pete but I think he’s funny and he knows what he’s talking about and keeps the show on track. I wish Kevin and John were on more often.
For the love of all that is holy stop letting Craig host when Pete is gone! He is terrible at it! He rambles, makes up words, forgets what he’s talking about. He sounds like a kid standing in front of the class reading a book report. It’s irritating. They all laugh about it. Yeah well to us listening it’s not funny. The instant I hear Craig’s voice come on I turn it off now. What’s the point. I’m embarrassed for him. Let Ryno do it!!!!!!

Top Podcasts In Society & Culture

Listeners Also Subscribed To