/ Sunday, December 9th, 2007

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Top 10 Holiday Moments in Walt Disney World, listener emails and more!

Welcome to the WDW Radio Show, your Walt Disney World Information Station. Thank you for tuning in once again. This is Show #44 for the week of December 9, 2007.

With this week being MouseFest, the annual gathering of Disney fans from around the world in Walt Disney World, I have to record the show early, so there won’t be any news or rumors this week.

But to celebrate the holiday season, I welcome back Tim Foster from Guide to the Magic to discuss our Top 10 Favorite Christmas Moments in Walt Disney World, as we explore some of the places and ways to spend the holidays in and around the parks and resorts.

This is also a great opportunity to answer a number of your emails, so Jeff Pepper joins me to answer questions about everything from Epcot Vybe, to The Making of Me, the steel drum band in Adventureland, Discovery River Taxi, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and many more.

So sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s episode of the WDW Radio Show.


Links and Information from this week’s show:

The WDW Radio Show’s 25 Days of Disney Giving

Learn more about the auctions and see what items are up for sale!

Remember that your bids will help send a seriously ill child to Walt Disney World through the DisneyWorldTrivia.com Dream Team Project’s efforts with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America!

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One Response to "Show #44 – Dec. 9, 2007"

  1. Chuck Zitta says:

    The Holiday Seasons IS a special time of year at WDW that everyone should experience at least once. From Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party to the Osborne Family Spectacle of Lights, to the lobbies in many of the resorts, the Disney really knows how to “make it special” for the Holidays. Took my mother to see the Osborne lights last year and she was like a little kid – eyes wide open, big smile and bouncing to the music. What a great memory that will last forever. Lets not forget the cookies and hot chocolate and the lighting of the castle. The first time we saw the lighting of the castle I was talking with an older gentleman who told me that he and his wife had been coming to celebrate the holidays at the Magic Kingdom for over 30 years. And as he and I continued to talk, while snacking on cookies and sipping hot chocolate, I thought to myself… I hope my wife and I can be so fortunate as this gentleman and his wife. This, was yet another very touching moment for me that I will never forget. Thanks again Lou, for another wonderful show.

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