Hey there! And welcome to Journey to the Magic... The Official Walt Disney Travel Company Podcast, Giovanna Fletcher’s new, star-studded podcast about all the things that make Disneyland Paris, Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disney Cruise Line oh so magical. Tune in to our first season and each week you’ll hear from celebrity guests as they share their most magical memories, funny stories and family traditions from their Disney holidays. Giovanna will then ask them what their Perfect Disney Day would be if they could go anywhere and do absolutely anything Disney – we’re talking breakfasts on a private Caribbean island, an afternoon exploring a galaxy far, far away and an evening enjoying a magnifique romantic meal at a restaurant run by a rat. No two days are ever the same, that’s for sure. If, like Giovanna, you’ve been a diehard Disney fan since, well, forever, or have kids (and a partner) who go mad for the magic, then this is well worth your Mickey ears. You’ll certainly s... more
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In the final episode of the series, our attention turns to celebrating Disney’s 100th Anniversary. And what better way to do this than by featuring some of our amazing Disney fans and podcast listeners? Nine fans have joined us on this special bumper... more
Being the Disney podcast Gi-nie that she is, Giovanna thought you’d love a bonus episode packed full of the most magical moments from series 3. So sit back, relax and prepare to be whisked away to a world of magical memories, top tips and lots of LOL... more
Actor, comedian and all-round legend Romesh Ranganathan admits he’s a natural cynic who often looks unimpressed with, well, pretty much everything. Yet he does recall once cracking a smile after riding Ratatouille: The Adventure and being surprisingl... more
It’s good but you should include the experiences of ordinary people as well as celebrities. There should also be more information on Disneyland Paris as this is more affordable than Walt Disney World.
Uplifting! You should get James Acaster on as he’s a big fan and can give the take as a foodie. In fact , get James on with Ed Gamble’s wife Charlie ( not Ed) - she is also a Disney big fan of DLP and DLC!
Series 3 is a big disappointment. First half of the episodes are spent discussing everything except Disney with a bit of halfhearted discussion in the second half, when you bear in mind the episodes aren’t that long anyway I don’t see how this can be called a Disney podcast.
Have been listening since the podcast first launched and just love the joy it brings - for most of us Disney isn’t a holiday we can do all that frequently so hearing the excitement and enthusiasm people have for it is a properly lovely dose of pixie dust. more
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