Learn more about the latest doings at Disney with TouringPlan's Len Testa & Jim Hill of JimHillMedia.com as they talk about upcoming projects as well as look back at Mouse House history.
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Jim Hill starts off a solo edition of this podcast by discussing the changes that have recently been made to Jollywood Nights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. He also wraps up his “Disney Princesses in the Parks” series more
Len Testa & Jim Hill are joined by Christina Harrison, who offers up her take on Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ new holiday hard ticket. They then continue their look at Disney Princesses in the Parks more
Len Testa & Jim Hill start off this week’s show by revealing which Disney songs will be featured in Epcot’s new nighttime show, “Luminous: The Symphony of Us.” They then also share some patents for new technologies that could be coming into the Disne... more
I love the endings to your shows where you give random things to do across the country. I won’t be attending the Black Hills Dance festival but I live in Rapid City, SD and it warms my heart to hear those things. BTW it’s a 45 minute drive for that 5 cent cup of coffee in Wall Drug from Rapid City. I would suggest you have that coffee with a chocolate cake donut. Well worth the drive then.
While I came to this show for Jim and Len ’s wonderful stories, I stayed for the background noise. Whether it’s a cat fight in an alley, a lost doordasher asking for directions, or someone listening to a home video of Tucson High Schools class of 1989’s theater production of Young Frankenstein, every show is a delight and I look forward to them every week. What a wonderful show!
I found the Disney Dish podcast about a year ago and just love how Jim and Len combine a love for theme parks with a love for data. (Be still my heart!) I haven't missed an episode since I started listening! I just finished the episode about why Hong Kong Disneyland doesn't have a Peter Pan Flight ride (ep 448) - which was great - and would love to hear more stories about Hong Kong Disneyland. It's a beautiful park with a unique history but it often gets overlooked by its larger sister parks aro... more
Jim and Len do a good job presenting a fun and informative podcast. I personally find it difficult to finish episodes sometimes because of all the background noise on Len’s side: tables being set, sirens, construction, and cat fights are some of the detractors that have been recorded in the ten or so episodes I’ve listened to so far.
Listen for great discourse that includes many “ehhh you know”
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