Join host Tom Corless and a cast including John Corigliano, Steve Swanson,Â Nick McLamb, Luke Manning, Jose CastilloÂ and John Rick for a show that Bridges the Gaps Between you and the World. Sit back, relax, and enjoy all of theÂ Walt Disney WorldÂ news, information, and funÂ we have to offer on this episode of WDWNT.
To kick off episode 29, Steve Swanson, John Corigliano, Luke Manning, and Jose Castillo join meÂ in discussingÂ theÂ Walt Disney World news.Â This week,Â we discuss tickets for the Pirate and Princess party, updates happening at Disneyâ€™s Hollywood Studios, and the blockbusterÂ addition of an American Idol attraction in late 2008.
Next up, Itâ€™sÂ weekÂ numberÂ fourÂ of ourÂ weekly Disney Pin Trading segment with John Rick of the Central Jersey Disney Pin Traders (www.cjdpt.com). This segment features news about the September WDW pin event, pin tradingÂ opportunities around the country, and more of the PINformation youâ€™ve come to expect on every show!
In a special simulcasted segment, Luke Manning and Jose Castillo come on to explain what lies ahead for our newest endeavor, Disneyland News Today. The new west coast News Today site launched on Friday and can now be visited online at www.dlnewstoday.com.
Our Walt Disney World history segment, Back To The Future, has returned after a short hiatus, as we talk about the history of Epcotâ€™s transportation pavilion. Joining me in our time travels this week is Steve Swanson (www.muppetcast.com) and John Corigliano (www.mousetimes.com) as we talk about the beloved World of Motion and test Track attractions.
To end this weekâ€™s show, we have the latest discussion in our dining series, as we discuss counter service dining locations at Epcot.Â Joining our cast for this segment is Nick McLambÂ (www.dnwproductions.com) as we talk about some of our favorite stops for a quick meal around Future World and World Showcase.
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