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So many ideas flow through Disney Imagineering that some will inevitably be scrapped, destined to live on only in dreams of what could have been. In this episode, Mario, Beth, and Brian discuss the resorts, attractions, and lands of Walt Disney World that never made it to fruition and their varying stages of development (or lack thereof).…
 
There are certain attractions widely considered "classics" by the Disney community, but what is it exactly that makes these attractions so beloved? The Station 71 hosts dive into the qualifiers that they believe gives an attraction what it takes to stand the test of time.By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
In this two-part episode, the hosts take a moment to research the holiday traditions in the countries of World Showcase at Epcot (starting with Mexico, Norway, Morocco, Germany, and Italy) and learn how they differ from ours here in the United States.By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
In part two of their annual game night, the Station 71 hosts are joined by previous guest host, Allie and Patron Matt with a special appearance by The Hyperion Review, hoping for vengeance after a loss on their Family Feud episode. Tune in to find out who wins! Check out our website (station71podcast.com) for links to all our guests' projects!…
 
Featuring many distinguished guests and Patrons, Station 71 presents its annual game night in a two-part episode. Listen in to play along as we welcome two Patrons, Chris and David, as our guest hosts to duke it out with us through a couple of our Disney-themed game segments!By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
There are so many Easter eggs across the Walt Disney World parks that pay respects to extinct attractions, so the hosts of Station 71 decided to dive in and discuss their favorites. Tune in to hear where you can find the Nautilus from 20,000 Leagues, Mr. Toad handing over the deed to his old attraction, and many more!…
 
Walt Disney once said, "Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world." We can assume he would feel the same for Walt Disney World, and over the years, the theme parks have seen many, many changes to uphold this ideology. That also means some offerings will come and go before everyone…
 
At Walt Disney World, the representation of the USA as a nation is limited to a historic view of colonial America. The Station 71 hosts decided to do some Blue Sky Imagineering to redesign Epcot's American Adventure Pavilion and Magic Kingdom's Liberty Square to give them more interesting theming. Do you like our ideas? How would you change these t…
 
Although the Disney College Program (DCP) may be temporarily suspended, we wanted to share with our listeners what the program entails and what future applicants can expect when the program does return. Featuring special guest, Allie, who was Kirsten's roommate during their DCP adventure, tune in to hear details on the application process, housing,…
 
On this special episode of The Hyperion Review, John & Steve are joined by friends and family as well as Mario, Beth and Brian from the "Station 71 Podcast." We had a ton of fun getting together with them, and playing some good old fashioned "Family Feud." We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did making it!…
 
Brian details his experience at Magic Kingdom the day after the park's reopening amidst the coronavirus pandemic. If you've been wondering if a trip right now is right for you, tune in to find out his opinions on the safety measures implemented and whether or not he would recommend it!By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
Mario and Brian dissect the many money-saving deals that have been offered for Walt Disney World vacations and detail the pros and cons to determine which ones are the best deals. Tune in to learn more about promotions like package offerings, free dining, and the fabled "bounce back" deals.By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
With the imminent reopening of Walt Disney World, Mario, Beth, and Brian take some time to discuss all the news and rumors that have come about in the last few weeks. In a last minute decision, the hosts also decided to go live for this episode on the Station 71 Discord. Make sure to channel free so that next time we go live, you can join in on the…
 
For this week's release, we decided to open up our latest Disney+ Watch Club post to the public! We watched a classic - Muppet Treasure Island - and then got together live on to discuss. Interested in joining for future Watch Clubs? Keep an eye on our social media for upcoming dates! And if you want to catch up on previous Watch Clubs, for over 16 …
 
In the penultimate episode in the Walt Disney biographical series, Brian takes listeners through the struggle of creating a follow-up to Snow White, the first full-length animated feature, along with a few personal and professional trials Walt endured in the late 1930s to late 1940s.By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
With Disney World reopening soon, the Station 71 hosts decided to take some time to think about what's on their ultimate Disney bucket lists. Listen in as Mario, Beth, Brian, and Kirsten discuss some of the Disney-related things that they want to do, but have never done! What's on your Disney bucket list? Did we leave anything out?…
 
Our biography of Walt Disney picks up at the end of 1928 and follows Walt's successes of combining animation and sound with Steamboat Willie and the Silly Symphony series, the massive rise in popularity of Mickey Mouse, and the groundbreaking concept of a full-length animated feature.By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
Between its hundreds of quick service and table service restaurants and kiosks, Walt Disney World Resort has so many premium dining experiences, but also has its fair share of food flops. The Station 71 hosts take a mental trip around property and talk about some of their favorite places to eat, as well as some locations they never want to try agai…
 
Picking up where we left off, Brian details how Walt navigates life as a new resident of California, meets the woman who would eventually become his wife, butts heads with his colleagues in the animation studio, and copes with the devastating loss of one of his first creations.By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
Considering Walt Disney World Resort first opened in 1971, the parks have seen many different attractions come and go, but not all staying power is created equal. The Station 71 hosts round up their picks for attractions that have overstayed their welcome and give their suggestions on how these attractions can be improved upon or replaced altogethe…
 
The hosts take a break from biographical episodes to make a few fun lists: Best & Worst Sightlines, Best & Worst Land Transitions, and Out-of-Place Elements in the parks. Do you agree with our picks? What do you think we left out?By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
Continuing our biography of Walt Disney, Station 71's resident historian, Brian, takes us through Walt's teens and early adulthood, from the incorporation of his first animation company to arriving in Hollywood, detailing all the struggles and lessons learned along the way.By Station 71: A Walt Disney World Podcast
 
In the first episode of a new series covering the biographies of key Imagineers in Disney culture, the Station 71 hosts delve into the early backstory of the original Imagineer: Walt Disney. Find out the significance of Walt's childhood, short time in Marceline, Missouri, and early beginnings of Walt's interest in art.…
 
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