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Touring Plans Podcast Network: What You May Have Missed Last Week

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NetworkLogoSmallAs you may know by now, we have a series of wonderful podcast partners that we have organized into a lovely network, which is found over at podcast.touringplans.com, where you can direct download or listen on-site to any of our awesome partners. The feed is also on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry, and Windows Marketplace. and searching for TouringPlans.com Podcast Network will get you to it. Remember to subscribe so you get all of the amazing content as soon as it’s posted!

Here is what went on last week, just in case you missed any of the great content:

The Disney Hipsters gave us some slanted Disney news as well as an all-encompassing review of Donald’s Safari Breakfast at Tusker House in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Adam and Andrew were joined by the very special duo of Mike and David from JamboEveryone.com to talk food, characters, and atmosphere of the popular eatery.

Speaking of special guests, the Universal NOW crew was joined by the always informative Jim Hill to discuss all of Universal Orlando’s upcoming projects (and a few of Disney’s, as well). The good news is that it is a ton of fun to listen to; the bad news is that Mr. Hill has a lot of stories…so many that this discussion had to be split into two parts. This is the first installment, with the second coming this week.

UniNowSmallDisneyland has so much interesting stuff that even waiting in line can be interesting. Luckily, the DisGeek podcast is here, and last week they shared their top 5 DLR queues as well as the news from the left coast.

The WDW Happy Place covered everything about Disney news that you have and have not heard including Disney’s Planes, the Disneyland Paris Bastille Day celebration, and Hulu and Disney’s evolving relationship.

Can’t get enough Jim Hill? Us either, which is why we brought you yet another great installment of the Unofficial Guide Disney Dish with Jim Hill and Len Testa. In this episode they cover part 2 of their Disney Moderate Resorts discussion including the Caribbean Beach, Port Orleans, and Dixie Landings.

Capturing Magic shared a fascinating subject that many may miss: the fonts used by Disney. Richard from Disney Designerland came on to share his wealth of knowledge about this amazing subject.

The Mighty Men of Mouse did what they do best…make us think. They talk about the how and why of Disney queues and how David Maister’s The Psychology of Waiting in Lines applies to your Disney vacation, whether you know it or not.

MMOMLogoSmallAs usual, WDW 4 Families ended the week on a great note (of course, the whole week is great notes :). They gave us a primer or a refresher on the Magic Kingdom, depending on your perspective. Their wonderful discussion both familiarizes you and makes you homesick for this oldest of the Disney Florida parks.

If you listened to any or all of these podcasts, we are sure you enjoyed them. Make sure you stay tuned! This week will bring you new episodes of most of these great shows (no DisGeek this week), as well as another episode of the Minnie Minxes!

If you have any comments, questions, or concerns please let us know in the comments below or at podcast@touringplans.com.

Thanks, and keep on listening!

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Brian McNichols

In addition to blogging, I also do some analyzin' here at Touring Plans. I am a travel nut, planning nut, Disney nut, wall nut. Husband of 1, father of 2. Hilariously funny in my own mind. Find me on Twitter @YesThatBrian if you like really dumb jokes.

3 thoughts on “Touring Plans Podcast Network: What You May Have Missed Last Week

  • Disney Hipsters really annoy me for some reason. Maybe it is their voices – sounds like they breathe in helium when they talk.

    • Yep. I’d rather see improved blog content. None of these podcasts interest me with exception of Jim Hill.

  • I very much enjoyed Mighty Men of Mouse (even as a female); very interesting! I’ll definitely be checking them out often.


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