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Thanks for tuning in once again. I’m happy you came back for what is going to be my first full show. Thank you all for your emails, voicemails and posts about the first episode. I’m happy to see that you are excited about what’s to come as I am. On this show, we’re going to discuss some WDW news, visit the Walt Disney World Rumor Mill, answer listener email, and talk about some fun trivia. I’m also going to do a piece about WDW and its connection to some people who really make “magic”, our very first Best of the Best segment, and a feature called the “Voices behind the Magic”, with our own master of voices, Jonathan Dichter. Listen for the voicemails at the end of the show, so sit back, relax, and let’s get on with the show!

Learn more about the reflective listening devices available to hearing-impaired Guests at WDW by visiting Deb Wills’ information for Walt Disney World Guests with Special Needs page at

Local pharmacies near Walt Disney World

    Turner Drugs
    (Resort delivery for approx. $5
    Call to confirm!)
    12500 Apopka Vineland Road
    Lake Buena Vista
    CVS – 24 Hour Store/Pharmacy 5308 W. Irlo Bronson Highway
    Eckerd’s 12145 S. Apopka-Vineland Road
    Lake Buena Vista
    24 Hour Store/Pharmacy
    7650 W. Sand Lake Road, Orlando 407-345-9497
    Drive Thru Pharmacy
    12100 S. Apopka-Vineland Road
    Lake Buena Vista
    Drive Thru Pharmacy
    13502 S. Apopka-Vineland Road
    Drive Thru Pharmacy
    8400 W. Irlo Bronson Highway

David Copperfield’s Magic Underground

Copperfield's Magic Underground
Eyes and Ears - Michael Eisner -0 David Copperfield
Cooperfield’s Magic
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Cast Member Newspaper
Eyes & Ears – Dec. 12, 1996
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Mahareshi Yogi
Magician Doug Henning
Mahesh Yogi

Walt Disney’s Smoke Tree Ranch tie tack on the Partners Statue in Walt Disney World. Can you figure out what’s special about the ring Walt is wearing?

For more trivia about Germany in Epcot’s World Showcase, visit the Germany pavilion trivia section of

Visit Jonathan (The Voice of WDW Radio) Dichter’s blog and support his efforts to raise money for the Dream Team Project.

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5 thoughts on “Show #2 – Feb. 18, 2007”

  1. Freya Livsey says:

    Just listening to a few old shows..

    Walt’s ring is a Claddagh Ring

    They are beautiful.. I have one myself!

    Frey x

  2. ed charbonnet says:

    St. George is also the patron Saint of Boy Scouts too!

  3. Chuck Zitta says:


    What a great start for the first full-length show. Love the Paul Frees info. Didn’t realize he did so many voices that I grew up with. Very cool. Also enjoyed the “Did you know” segment and your first reference to food (LOL!!!). Great, now I’m hungry. Upward and onward!

  4. Ed Buskirk says:

    Fun show, love the Copperfield and Henning segment. My dad is an amateur magician, and I will be recommending this to him. They were both instrumental in building a restaurant here in Houston the my dad was a part of called Magic Island. It closed its doors a while back, but was really something to see in its heyday!

  5. Ian Martin says:

    While I understand why the format eventually changed, to keep the shows a bit more “evergreen” as you referred to it, I did like this format of having the news every week. While this was 9 years ago, I still would like more Disney presence around the country, because as a teacher and resident of New Jersey, I can’t always find time to go, or have the money for it. I also always find it interesting hearing these stories about restaurants or attractions that may have made it deep into planning…and then never happened. Maybe someday!