BRRRR! It's another Mosen Explosion from a cold wellington

Think of me struggling out of bed at 4:30 AM! 4:30 AM I tell you, to be ready to present another Mosen Explosion at 6 AM my time on a very cold morning. Sympathy? Na, I don’t deserve any of that, because it’s the highlight of my week catching up with listeners old and new, getting tweets, emails, voice messages and phone calls, as well as playing some of the greatest music ever made. I mean who could seriously ask for more than that on a Monday.

More New Zealand Music in the Shed.

Later on tonight, from 11pm Eastern, that’s 3pm Sunday in New Zealand, and 4am in the UK, it’ll be time to crank up the Kiwi music yet again.
New Zealand Music Month continues, with four more hours of fantastic music.
If you’d like to contact the show to say hi, or to request a favourite Kiwi track, simply e-mail: anthony at mushroomfm dot com
Or find me on Twitter: @kiwisnake
Look forward to seeing ya!

Etta James this week on The Juke In The Back

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

Laughter is the best medicine

It's the Victoria Day long weekend in Canada and what better way to kick it off than to laugh on Funny Fridays.
You'll hear commedy from around the world including a history lesson in the first hour; a very special guest, a visit from a 1,959 year-old mummy, and a look at what probably is many people's least favourite instrument in hour 2; and meet two top 40 DJS from the 70s and the next installment of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in the third hour.

New Zealand Music on Viva!

Hello all-
May is New Zealand music month. Now it's viva's turn to feature classical music of New Zealand.

We have music by Lilburn, New Zealand's first composer. We also have a piece by Gareth Farr, From the Deapths sound The great Sea Gongs. There is choral music too - by David Hamilton.

See you there on Viva: the classical music show on Sunday at 8am Eastern time.

On a Cuppa at the Mosens, does Braille still matter, and what is reading?

This week on A Cuppa at the Mosens, we go with a topic suggested by a listener. We’ve divided it into two key points. What is reading, and how relevant is Braille in 2017?

Archived Editions of SnowWhiteFM

Saturday night is the night when lots of folks like to go out with their friends, or engage in other activities that don't lend themselves to listening to some guy talking on the radio. And, SnowWhiteFM is not the kind of show you can turn on at the party, while everybody else is talking. I't's a show with ideas, stories, and other intriguing verbal content that you would miss if you were listening in that setting.

It's all about Moms, Mamas and Mas but no Mummies tonight on The Early Years!

When you hear the dying strains of Van Halen's Happy Trails signalling the end of The Mosen Explosion for another week, don't touch your PC, your mobile device or your internet radio and join me in The Early Years on Mushroom FM, the home of the fun guys.
Hello, I'm Steve Cutway. It's Mother's Day in North America so tonight, it's songs from the 50s and 60s for moms, mamas and mas, but no mummies. (They're reserved for another Mushroom FM show.)

This week's Mosen Explosion makes a significant announcement

If you’ve been a listener to my Internet audio efforts over the years, then I think you’ll be very disappointed if you miss an announcement of significance that will be made on this week’s show. I won’t say any more than that other than to say that I won’t say any more than that, and that’s all I have to say about that.

The Kiwi tracks are coming up, live in The Shed

That’s right, in a very short time, in fact from 11PM Eastern tonight, that’s 3Pm Sunday in New Zealand, and 4AM in the UK, New Zealand Music month is continuing.
Four hours of fantastic Kiwi tunes.
To contact the show simply e-mail: anthony at mushroomfm dot com Or find me on Twitter: @kiwisnake
Look forward to seeing ya, like right now!


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