Journey Into Imagination, Guide to the Magic, Celebration 25
Welcome to the WDW Radio Show, your Walt Disney World Information Station. This is Show #29 for the week of August 26, 2007.
Because I was away for the past few days, I don’t have any new or rumors for you this week, but promise to cover all that’s new and notable next week. Instead, I have a number of segments I think you’ll enjoy.
We’ll start off first with an interview with Tim Foster, author of a number of wonderful Walt Disney World books, including his all new Guide to the Magic.
With Epcot’s 25th anniversary coming up on October 1, I wanted to tell you about Celebration 25, a fan-created event in the park honoring the occasion, and one that I’ll be attending and sponsoring. And to discuss it further, I’ve brought on the eventâ€™s co-founder, Adam Roth. There’s still time to register and join us, so be sure to listen to not only some of the great things Adam has planned, but how Disney has gotten behind the event.
And speaking of Epcot’s 25th, it’s time for another segment in our Epcot Retrospective series. This time, Jeff and I explore one of Epcot’s most unique pavilions in concept and design, as well as some of the most beloved characters ever created by Disney. Of course, this is our own “Journey Into Imagination” with Dreamfinder and Figment. We’ll talk about the attractions history, revisit it scene-by-scene, discuss the changes over the years and more.
I’ll get back to more of your emails and voicemails next week, so sit back, relax enjoy this week’s episode of The WDW Radio Show.
Journey Into Imagination
Visit some of these fan-created sites:
Tim Foster’s Guide to the Magic – This full color book is a guide book, activity book, sticker book, journal and autograph book all rolled up into one! You’ll also find scavenger hunts, Hidden Mickeys, little known facts, and lots and lots of full color photos of every attraction in every park at Walt Disney World! Click here to find out more, see sample pages, and to order!
Also join us for the NFFC Show & Sale and Convention Sept. 27-30, 2007