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  • On Oct 27, 2008
    Brooke from KY Asked

    Just discovered WDW podcasts!! They are GREAT!! Brent, can you suggest a list of podcasts that are WDW related to check out. I have found a few, but I don't want to miss out on any! thanks!

    Click HERE to read a prior post regarding podcasts and WDW trip planning.

    Before I say more, I should warn you that podcasts are VERY addicting! ;-)  On the PLUS side, they're easy to fit into your daily schedule if you happen to drive, run, or fly a fair amount.  I personally listen to podcasts the most when I run and when I travel.

    The podcasts that I most regularly listen to include (in alphabetical order, as I don’t hurt anyone’s feelings!)…

    - Be Our Guest WDW Podcast (Mike Rahlmann and company -- Trip reports, trip planning)
    - DIS unplugged (Pete Werner and company -- Listener emails & voicemails, news, rumors and reviews)
    - Inside the Magic (Ricky Brigante -- News, rumors, reviews, and some regular guest segments)
    - Netcot (Van -- News, music, attractions, and hair bands)
    - WDW Radio Show (Lou Mongello -- News, rumors, trivia, interviews, and some more trivia)
    - WDW Today (Matt Hochberg and company --  Relatively short episodes on various WDW trip planning topics, and listener emails)

    Others that I listen to less frequently include:
    - A Window to the Magic (primarily Disney parks music/audio)
    - All About The Mouse (news, and rumors about WDW parks and many other aspects of Disney)
    - Disney Pincast (Disney pin trading news)
    - WDW News Today (news, trip planning, stories, etc)

    To find even more, search for "Disney Podcast" and/or look at the "listeners also subscribed to" lists in iTunes.

    Bonus info: You can hear interviews with the Moms Panel on these podcasts:
    - Be Our Guest WDW Podcast (episode 31, June 30, 2008)
    - WDW Radio Show (show 78, Aug 3, 2008)

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Meet the Panelist: Bret,

As one of the dads on the panel, I have fun helping all Walt Disney World planners who want a dad’s perspective. Learn More About Bret

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