Podcasts - Disney & Universal

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  1. Beccaberry

    Beccaberry Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    OOOH! Excellent! Thank, Vikki!
     
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    I just finished the Tom Hanks one and it was great!
     
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    I never noticed this thread before, I subscribe to the following Disney podcasts:

    Inside the Magic - Reliable, well produced and full of news
    WDW Today - Excellent resource for theme park strategies
    DIS Unplugged - Great group of podcasters and excellent production value.
    Eye on Orlando - All but gone now, hasn't been reliably released for over a year but was once my favourite of the lot.

    I've been meaning to subscribe to the Disney Family Museum one, but I just don't have time to keep up with another one! I did visit the place though, it was really special... Sold some excellent paintbrush pencils too!
     
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    I'd love to visit there.
    I couldn't get on with DIS unplugged, not sure why, just can't put my finger on it.
     
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    Probably Teresa - she does my head in!
     
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    Hehe!
    I think I have the perfect list now, whiles away the commuting hours.
    I have-
    WDW today
    Be our guest
    Passporter moms (really cheesy)
    Radio Harambe
    Disney Dream girls (new)
    DIS after dark
    WED way now
    The new WD family museum one
    Then I have WDW Radio (I love Lou), DisneyBrit, and INTM for when hubby and I are both in the car, as he likes those.
     
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    I forgot Resort loop! Love that one! If you listen to episode 90, you may hear an introduction from.someone familiar!
     
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    I'm going to visit! If i had a car stereo that i could put pod casts through i'd listen to lots of podcasts.. alas i don't
     
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    Do you have an aux input? I download the podcasts onto my phone and use an aux cable (few quid off eBay).
     
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    no :( was looking at changing it but because it's quite large it would need a fascia or whatever you call them, a cheap one, that and fitting would be over £100 - not that bothered as i'm going to be trading it in when I get a job
     
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    Is it old enough to have a tape player? That's actually one of the easiest and cheapest ways to get your iPod playing in your car.
     
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    Or you could just play it from.your phone on a high volume :-D
     
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    Vikki, you and I listen to many of the same ones! I also love Resort Loop, but I am WOEFULLY behind in my episodes because of the winter hols...I wasn't driving anywhere to listen!!! I'll be looking forward to episode 90 though!
     
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    Vikki - do you use an app to listen to your podcasts? I've recently decided that the podcast app for iPhone is rubbish.
     
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    I do yes. I use pocketcasts. It's fantastic! Really easy to use. I wouldn't use anything else now :-D
     
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    Thanks for the suggestion, Vikki - I'll give it a look.
     
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    It's the best one I've found. I like that you can have seperate playlists. So I have one for when it's just me in the car, and one when it's the whole family.
     

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