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Hey Now! Hey Now! is the popular nostalgia podcast where two childhood friends discuss their favourite childhood movies. In each episode longtime BFFs, Emily Sandford and Barney Leigh choose a 90s or 00s classic that modern-day millennials can HARD relate to. Now THAT is What Dreams Are Made Of! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A weekly graphically enhanced podcast that includes the latest book news and insightful one-on-one interviews with your favorite literary personalities. Please visit www.authorinyourpocket.com to get more information on the authors featured on our show. TriCom Podcast is dedicated to putting Authors In Your Pocket!(tm)
 
Book of the Mouse Club is an Unofficial Disney podcast that explores books about Disney, its history, films, theme parks and more. Join us for discussions about books, interviews with authors and broader topics that relate to the literary realm of Disney. Disclaimer: Book of the Mouse Club has no affiliation with The Walt Disney Company. The views and opinions expressed by hosts and participants are theirs and theirs alone and do not represent the organizations or companies they happen to wo ...
 
New episodes every Friday! On this podcast, your host TJ Aquilina, will explore the comic books both near and far from our own world. Some will dazzle the imagination and some will test our beliefs and ideologies. But most important, these stories will be human, beautiful, and provocative. Representing all authors and artists regardless of their race, gender, ethnicity, or nationality. Welcome to Elseworlds, an anchor podcast produced and edited by T.J. Aquilina. Follow Elseworlds! Instagram ...
 
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She’s a supergirl and she’s here to save the world...or at least not pass out in her high school debate class. Twenty years ago, the world met Mia Thermopolis in the Princess Diaries. This film gave Anne Hathaway her royal debut to the silver screen starring alongside the practically perfect Julie Andrews as the Queen, who reveals to her granddaugh…
 
SUSHI?! You think this episode is about SUSHI? Today we’re discussing the Disney Pixar Masterpiece - Monsters, Inc. This scarily good animation is the apple of our eye (singular) and has us screaming with laughter from start-to-finish. So file your paperwork*, vroom-vroom home, and tell Sully’s mom - Mike’s ON A PODCAST! *Leave the Puce! Pro Tip: B…
 
There is a magical age, somewhere between eight and twelve, where young people’s wonder at the natural world can be galvanized into meaningful engagement with the threats and challenges that humans bring to bear on nature. It is within this window that the right book at the right time can help a young person make sense of the big feelings that come…
 
Ok, fine. ATTENTION, ALL FAIRYTALE THINGS, and podcast listeners. Do not get comfortable... our Animation Series is kicking off with the Academy Award Winning and DreamWorks Classic: Shrek. This episode is for everyone who appreciates a nice boulder and is partial to an after-dinner Tic Tac. So set up camp, swamp yourself in a blanket, and get list…
 
Walt’s Nine Old Men are known for their iconic artistry and animation, but it takes more than ink and paint to make characters come to life. Step away from the animator’s desk and into the sound booth! Courtney and Emily are joined by Spencer Wright to discuss his new book, Voices Behind the Magic, which highlights thirteen actors who gave voice an…
 
Meg Cabot’s bestselling series, The Princess Diaries spans almost two decades. The main character of the series, Mia, shares her unfiltered, innermost thoughts as private diary entries. Young adult readers of the books are privy to and captivated by Mia’s internal and external landscape as she morphs from an awkward teen and into a royal princess. …
 
Foolish mortal, you continued to read the “Tales of the Haunted Mansion”. Your ghost hosts Courtney and Emily materialize for the second half of their Sinister Summer Series to discuss Volumes III and IV of the “Tales of the Haunted Mansion” box set. Reunited with phantom librarian, Amicus Arcane, readers meet more of the 999 happy haunts that inha…
 
The right book at the right time can provide kids with models of self-love that can guide them through growing pains. Today on Remember Reading, host Katie Dutton unpacks a book that does just that for young readers. Join us as we head to West Texas, where we enter a beauty pageant, do some Dolly Parton fan-folking, and talk drag and self-love thro…
 
*Strums Fender* We are "whelmed" to say that today’s season finale covers 10 Things I Hate About You. We burn, we pine, we perish for this 90’s movie, and are so glad you guys requested it. Shakespeare is smiling in his grave right now (and probably has a bratwurst hard on*) at the thought of us discussing Heath Ledger singing Frankie Valli and Jos…
 
When the crypt doors creak and the tombstones quake, Courtney and Emily come out for a swinging wake. The happy haunts have materialized for the Sinister Summer Series featuring the four book boxset “The Tales of the Haunted Mansion” by John Esposito. In this first of a two part episode, hear the ghost stories of some of the Haunted Mansion’s grim …
 
17 years later, and we’re still waiting for Sidarthur’s comeback tour, and for someone to sell Coca-Cola necklaces on Etsy. In today’s episode we’re discussing a movie that ROCKS! - Lindsay Lohan’s ‘Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen’. So light some prayer candles, put on your I love NY tee, and for god sake - don’t get so distracted listening yo…
 
Celebrating the full availability of the latest Disney animated feature Disney+, Courtney and Emily are joined by Franky to discuss the Art of Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon. The book provides an in depth look at the scenery and character design of Ray’s homeland, Kumandra, and its Southeast Asian inspiration. Review Book of the Mouse Club on iT…
 
Celine Dion would want you to turn off her album for 50 minutes and listen to today’s episode - Bridget Jones's Diary. This 00’s film is the definition of naughtyyyyy (we’re looking at you Hugh Grant & Colin Firth), and made us swear to never wear big knickers again. So get comfy in your reindeer jumper or penguin pyjamas, and be sure to share this…
 
If she doesn’t scare you, no evil thing will. Hosts Courtney and Emily discuss Maureen Johnson’s, “Hello, Cruel Heart,” in honor of Disney’s latest live action film, “Cruella.” Before Cruella became the fur frenzied fashion icon that we know from the 1961 animated film, 101 Dalmatians, Cruella was Estella. “Hello, Cruel Heart” is a young adult nove…
 
Sweatpants? In a pandemic? Groundbreaking. Today we’re discussing the Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep classic - The Devil Wears Prada. This film made us never look at belts in the same way again, and fear every lady who wears sunglasses inside. So put down your copy of Runway, tell Dolce to wait on hold, and join our Stanley Tucci STAN CLUB. oh and …
 
The “godfather of Disney podcasting” is back! Lou Mongello returns to the Book of the Mouse Club to discuss with Courtney and Emily his book, “The Disney Interviews: Volume I.” In his career spreading magic to listeners on his podcast, The WDW Radio Show, Lou has had the opportunity to talk to several Disney Legends including Richard Sherman, Julie…
 
Representation matters, especially in children’s literature and stories that represent Native American people. In this episode, we focus on Heartdrum, an imprint about stories by Native American creators who publish stories with an emphasis on the present and future of Indian Country, and on the strength of young Native American heroes. Author-cura…
 
It’s elementary our dear listeners! Hosts Courtney and Emily are joined by the co-hosts of Poor Unfortunate Podcast, Conor and Caroline, to discuss Eve Titus’ “Basil of Baker Street”, the original source material for Disney’s 1986 animated feature, “The Great Mouse Detective”. Maybe it is not your favorite Disney film, but all four hosts highly rec…
 
Get ready for a Me Party and plan a solo trip to Walt Disney World and other Central Florida destinations! Hosts Courtney and Emily are welcome back to the podcast Nikky J, the founder of ThemeParkHipister.com and author of “The Solo Theme Park Traveler’s Guide” to talk about using that solo rider line and traveling to central Florida theme parks b…
 
The treasured I Can Read! collection began with the beloved Little Bear in 1957 and is still going strong today! On the show, we discuss the series’ origins, its stories, and what’s ahead for the books. You’ll hear from Tamar Mays, an editor at HarperCollins, as well as from authors Corey Tabor (Fox the Tiger) and Kelly Starling-Lyons (Ty’s Travels…
 
Courtney and Emily celebrate Imagineer Kevin Rafferty’s retirement after 40 years with the Walt Disney Company and Walt Disney Imagineering. Back on Episode 40, Courtney, Emily, and Brett from the Notably Disney podcast, discussed Kevin’s memoir about his career, “Magic Journey: My Fantastical Walt Disney Imagineering Career”. Almost a year later, …
 
For women’s history month, Courtney and Emily immersed themselves in the stories of the working women of the Walt Disney Animation studio during its classic and golden age. Often the story of women in the early days of Disney Animation begins in Ink and Paint, but author Nathalia Holt instead focused on the more male dominated work spaces like the …
 
A little big adventure awaits in your own backyard! Courtney and Emily are joined by Dizney Coast to Coast host Jeff DePaoli to discuss a Disney family film favorite, Honey I Shrunk the Kids, and its junior novelization published by Scholastic. In this episode Courtney, Jeff, and Emily discuss how the novel compared to the film while reminiscing ab…
 
After an incredibly difficult year, we reflect on the number of ways classic children's books can help kids and adults get through tough times.Featured in this episode:-The Secret Garden (Katherine Paterson)-One Crazy Summer (Janae Marks, Lisa Moore Romae, Paula Chase)-The One and Only Ivan (Roseanne Parry)Do you have a story about how a classic bo…
 
It’s time to play the music; it’s time to light the lights. It’s time to get things started on the Book of the Mouse Club tonight! In anticipation of The Muppet Show’s release to Disney+, hosts Courtney and Emily interview New York Times bestselling author, Brian Jay Jones, about “Jim Henson: The Biography” (along with a dabbling of “George Lucas: …
 
While it may have started with a Mouse for Walt Disney, for many theme park and film fans, it started with a blog. Our current Instagram and TikTok culture is most associated with content creation, but Disney fans have been spreading the magic over the web since the 1990s. Join your hosts Courtney and Emily for a podcast party about “It All Started…
 
Who is your favorite Disney Princess? This is a common question among Disney fans and rightfully so. Each princess is distinct in her character, story, and art which resonates just as uniquely with every person who follows her on her journey. The Disney Princess is a powerhouse brand of the Walt Disney Company and has created many milestones and ma…
 
One little spark of inspiration...While this is a well known tune for Disney parks fans, Pixar took the idea of the spark and turned to the audience and asked “What’s yours? What makes you, YOU?”. Disney and Pixar’s “Soul” released on Disney+ on Christmas with accolades from both critics and viewers. Thanks to Chronicle Books, your hosts got a snea…
 
Merry Christmas Ya Filthy Animals! We had to say that, didn't we? In this week's yuletide episode (approved by the American Dental Association), we discuss holiday favourite Home Alone. This film is more GOLD than Harry's tooth and taught us many things - like how to fend off burglars with an iron and deal with annoying siblings. P.S. If Kevin McAl…
 
Hosts Courtney and Emily return to their study of Disney’s renaissance man in “Marc Davis In His Own Words: Imagineering the Disney Parks Volume 2” by Pete Docter and Christopher Merritt. In this episode, continue to learn about Marc’s Imagineering career as he created theme park favorites such as The Haunted Mansion, The Country Bear Jamboree, and…
 
After you've made snow angels for two hours, gone ice-skating, and eaten a whole roll of cookie dough as fast as you can, why don't you finish by snuggling up with Hey Now! Hey Now! Christmas Classics: Elf? If you don't love talking narwhals, arctic puffins and SANTAAAAAAA then you're sitting on a throne of lies - this is the best season of all, an…
 
Miles needs to turn off Ennio Morricone, grab some fettuccini and listen to our first Hey Now! Hey Now! Christmas Episode: THE HOLIDAY. 2020 has made us want to sniff gas from a stove like Iris - so join us for some end of year, feel-good, fruitily doodily fun as we discuss this amazing movie classic. Any excuse to talk about Jude Law in those glas…
 
He can do it all; animation, character, story, staging, design, theme park attractions. He is one of Walt’s nine old men, his renaissance man, Marc Davis. Marc is well known for classic Disney attractions such as the Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Caribbean, and the Haunted Mansion. And what better way to see the attractions through Marc’s eyes than…
 
Today TJ talks about Jamal Campbell’s, The Immortal Nadia Greene, a webcomic with incredible art and powerful storytelling. Discover Jamal Campbell & The Immortal Nadia Greene - http://www.jamalcampbell.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elseworlds/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elseworlds/support…
 
The Little Mermaid launched the Disney Renaissance and together, Ariel and Eric defeated Ursula and sailed off into the sunset to their happily ever after. But what if Ursula won? What if Ariel returned to being a mermaid and Eric was left under a spell to marry Vanessa? Your hosts Courtney and Emily along with guest reader, content creator, and po…
 
Hey Now! Hey Now! Season 1 ends with a movie HIGH...High School Musical! That’s right Zac Efron lovers, get your head in the game and headphones in your ears, because in this final episode we discuss the movie that made us suddenly love basketball, Pi and crème brûlée (I’ll have a side order of Zeke, am I right ladies?) Pro tip: best listened to wi…
 
It’s after 6! So switch off the fuse and listen to our chat with the amazing Christina Vidal, who plays Lindsay Lohan’s BFF Maddie in Freaky Friday. So turn us up in your rented BMW (thanks Dina Lohan) and rock on, because this episode will TAKE YOU AWAY! Give Christina some love on Instagram: @christinamvidal Instagram: Hey Now! Hey Now! @heynowhe…
 
First published in 1945, "The Carrot Seed" is a beloved story about growing a carrot... but more than that, it’s about how far patience and perseverance can get you. In this episode, we're digging into the timeless classic, written by Ruth Krauss and illustrated by Crockett Johnson, and chatting about the book's simple, direct, yet evocative style …
 
Put some chopsticks up your nose and crank us up in your Volvo, because today we’re discussing body-swap classic Freaky Friday! Don’t allow Lindsay Lohan’s chunky highlights or your fortune cookie phobia to put you off, this episode is gonna rock your world! (EARTHQUAAAKE!) Pro tip: best listened to with some ice cream you’ve sneaked from the fridg…
 
A Cinderella Story would be nothing without today’s guest and ultimate legend: Director Mark Rosman. Converse needs to pay him royalties for his magic on this Hilary Duff classic! Not only did he introduce us to Austin Ames, he also directed other gems such as Even Stevens and Lizzie McGuire! Not to be dramatic, but this man has literally shaped ou…
 
"L.O.L." Don’t drop your cell phone, you’ll need it to listen to today’s episode where we discuss the Hilary Duff and Chad Michael Murray classic: A Cinderella Story! After much consideration, we are rebranding as a Jennifer Coolidge stan account - sorry if you are “very, very upset about this.” Anyway, go ahead and listen girlfriend, do your thang…
 
It’s no secret that Dougie Poynter is the best band member of McFly, and it was just our luck that he wanted to talk to us about his time in Lindsay Lohan classic, Just My Luck! No one fake-eats bowling alley nachos quite like him! Also side note to management: from now on, only take him to movie premieres in Lamborghinis, okay? No double decker bu…
 
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