WDW Radio is the award-winning podcast dedicated to celebrating the magic of Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, Marvel, and Star Wars. Tune in and subscribe for Disney news, vacation planning, trivia, contests, history, interviews, as well as attraction, dining, and resort reviews. Hosted by Disney expert, author, and speaker Lou Mongello, this family-friendly show has been named Best Travel Podcast for 9 consecutive years, and also features a blog, videos, LIVE broadcasts, welcoming community, and special events. It is also home to Lou Mongello's Walt Disney World Trivia Books, The Disney Interviews book, 102 Ways to Save Money For and At Walt Disney World," and Audio Guides to Walt Disney World. Learn more at http://WDWRadio.com
WDW Radio # 664 - Listener Email: History, Tesla, Dining, Overseas Parks, and more!
I open up the inbox and answer your questions about the extinct Frontierland railroad station, electric cars on the Tomorrowland Speedway, picky eaters in WDW, dinner recommendations in each park, parking at the resorts, Oga's Cantina in Galaxy’s Edge, history of and in Liberty Square, language barriers in the Disney parks around the world, and more!
WDW Radio # 663 - 2021 Disney Year in Review: Part 2 - Movies and Disney+
In Part 2 of our 2021 Disney Year in Review, this week we look at some of the most important happenings in the movies and on Disney+, including releases from Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars, before looking at some important company-wide news and events, and a lightning-round of questions which you can answer as well.
WDW Radio # 662 - 2021 Disney Year in Review: Part 1 - The Disney Parks
In Part 1 of our 2021 Disney Year in Review, this week, we'll look at some of the most important happenings in the Disney Parks, before turning our focus next week to the big and small screens, Marvel, Star Wars, and the Disney Company as a whole.
WDW Radio # 661 - Interview with Former Imagineer Tom K. Morris
Former creative with Walt Disney Imagineering Tom K. Morris joins me this week to discuss his remarkable journey to and with Walt Disney Imagineering. Tom shares details of how and why he visited Walt Disney World on opening day in 1971... by himself.. at the age of 12, and what Disney did to make the day even more special. We also discuss Tom's work at Disneyland, and at Imagineering, including working with Claude Coats, World of Motion, working with Tony Baxter on Splash Mountain and much more!
WDW Radio # 660 - The Best of the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays
Join us live from EPCOT as we wander the World Showcase promenade and the "Best of the Fest" and our favorites from the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays. We share and live review the menus from our Top Five Festival Kitchens, as well as our favorite Candlelight Processional narrators, Holiday Storytellers, and more!
WDW Radio # 659 - 10 Things You Didn't Know About Walt Disney and Washington
Walt Disney not only personally loved America, but showcased it on screen and in the Disney Parks. But Walt's connection to goes far deeper, and this week, we share 10 Things You Didn't Know About Walt Disney and Washington. From Disney and the Presidents to Walt’s widow Lillian, to Walt working for and with the US government, Disney in the (Supreme) Courts, the Department of Defense, and his secret connection to the FBI, and more!
One of the best podcasts out there
I love listening to WDW Radio show! Lou and his many friends/ guests are always entertaining and informative about everything from the parks, to the screens, and everything in between! Thank you to the WDW Radio Show crew for always bringing your best to every episode, it really shows.
Listen to Lou if you’re missing Disney and need to feel like you’re there. Love the podcast - some criticism is Lou is too “positive” on Disney. There’s plenty of negativity out there - Lou provides great information on Disney as well as makes fans feel the magic at home.
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Lou is a household name and friend thru the WDW radio clubhouse. My girls and I love to follow him and listen to the podcast regularly. He is so very knowledgeable, personable and really brings Disney to life, even when we cannot be there. Thanks Lou! ~ The Lee girls