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If you're on earth, and even if you're not, join The Mosen Explosion on Earth Day

The Mosen explosion is back for yet another week. Four hours of live, fun, interactive radio with plenty of friendly chat and some music of utter epicness.

The show will go out on Earth Day, however, we want to reassure our many listeners on other planets that we do not intend to be exclusionary, and that even though we may mention Earth Day from time-to-time, we value listeners from no matter where in the universe, or other universes, or dimensions our minds are not yet aware of that they may be listening.

Write your own Alexa skills without knowing a line of code. Learn about the amazing new Alexa Blueprints on the next Daily Fibre

Every week day at 3 AM and then repeated at 3 Pm Eastern time, The Daily Fibre brings you the latest tech news, and some of the greatest musical memories. It’s the perfect blend to keep you on the cutting edge while also enjoying some of the best music ever created.

Due to time constraints, I can’t always post what’s coming up on the show, but you can hear it, regular as clockwork every week day.

It's a liberated, invigorated, Mosen Explosion

I did it! I finally souping well did it! After weeks, well, really, years of reading about Facebook’s outrageous behaviour, I finally took the plunge and deleted my account.

It feels utterly epic, and I’m celebrating on this week’s Mosen Explosion with songs about freedom, liberation and taking a stand. Your requests are of course very welcome.

It’s Julian Lennon’s 55th birthday today, so we’ll play a couple of groovy tracks from him.

Bonnie’s here with her bulletin, and of course there’s always plenty of room for your interaction via your tweets, emails and calls.

This week, it's a live, remote broadcast of The Mosen Explosion from Queenstown

It’s been four and a bit years since I’ve done a fully live remote broadcast of The Mosen Explosion, and I’m breaking the drought by coming to you from beautiful Queenstown in the South Island of New Zealand.

Join Jonathan for a Boney, Jet Lagged, Mosen Explosion

The time zone madness continues this week, as UK and Europe listeners go forward for daylight saving, meaning that the Mosen Explosion is back on at the usual time of 7 PM UK. New Zealanders, your time comes next week for more crazy time craziness.

30 hours of flying in one week, not including stopover times, is a good recipe for feeling zonked! Zonked I tell you! Nevertheless, we bravely soldier on with another Mosen Explosion, back home from the CSUN conference.

Coming up on Thursday's edition of The Daily Fibre

Every week day at 3 AM and PM Eastern, that's currently 7 AM and PM in the UK, The Daily Fibre is your perfect blend of the latest tech news and the greatest musical memories.

On Thursday's edition, how did Apple get Siri so badly wrong? After a huge head start in the voice assistant space, Apple has squandered its lead to the extent that many consider it is way behind its competitors. A new, in-depth article talks with former Apple employees who explain why it all went so badly.

Attention! Attention! The Mosen Explosion may start an hour earlier for you! Attention!

Right, now that I have your attention…The time has come around again when we get to one of the two periods each year where people start fooling with the ultimate forces of time and risk blowing massive holes in the space/time continuum.

In other words, the clocks go forward in North America this week. This affects us at Mushroom Fm because way back when we started in 2010, we adopted Eastern US time as our official time zone.

Monday's Daily Fibre has comprehensive coverage of the Galaxy S9 launch

The Samsung Galaxy S series is the most popular Android phone on the market. So when a new version of it is unveiled, it’s a big deal. At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung have just revealed what’s in their flagship devices for 2018.

We’ll be bringing you the highlights of the launch, in addition to comprehensive analysis of how the new device stacks up with the competition.

After hearing Monday’s edition of The Daily Fibre, you’ll be completely up to speed with one of the major mobile devices of 2018.

Celebrating George Harrison's 75th birthday on this week's Mosen Explosion

The Mosen Explosion is back this week. Thanks so much to everyone for their good wishes.

It’s our final Beatles 75th birthday celebration. On 25 February 1943, George Harrison was born. In the midst of the mania and the madness, he found meditation, mindfulness and inner piece, a man well ahead of his time in western culture.

He blossomed as a lyricist and composer, having created so much material that after the break-up of the Beatles, he had a triple album of material ready to go.

The Daily Fibre is back for the Wednesday Edition

I’m back with an hour of the latest tech news and some great music in the mix as well, on Mushroom FM’s Daily Fibre show.

On the Wednesday edition, are Spotify and Facebook about to enter the smart speaker market?

Is iPhone X production in trouble, and how does Apple compare with its rivals in terms of cell phone sales?

Apple Watch saves the life of a mother and her baby.

Why it’s imperative that you get the latest iOS update, and much more.

See you for the Daily Fibre, right after Anthony at 3 AM or PM Eastern, 8 AM or PM in the UK.

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