On today's Mosen Explosion, does Gerry need a pacemaker? Happy 75th

We’re back again from the twilight zone. Doo doo dee doo, doo doo dee doo. The clocks have already gone forward in New Zealand, causing some people to be quite grumpy about the fact that the clocks have gone forward in New Zealand.

We’ve had our election but we don’t yet have a government as coalition talks are about to begin, which is causing people to be grumpy because the election is over but we don’t have a government.

But in this ever changing world in which we’re livin’, the Mosen Explosion is still as dreadful as ever, and there’s a lot to be said for consistency right?

Today, we’re celebrating the 75th birthday of Gerry Marsden, genuinely nice bloke, singer of some happy 60s British songs, and leader of Gerry and the Pacemakers. So they’re our featured group on this week’s show.

There is plenty of time for other requests and all your interaction on email, Twitter and phone.

Bonnie will be here with her bulletin as she continues to rock her iPhone 8 Plus, I’ll be here with my Apple Watch series number 3, which had an interesting wee problem that warranted a call to Tech Support. I shall tell you about it in case it ever happens to you, at which point you’ll say, “dude, I mean like, dude! I’m so glad I listened to Jonathan that day on Mushroom FM so I heard about this problem he had and I knew what to do. Thanks, Jonathan”, you will say.

And yesterday, I went out and bought a competing product! Naughty me! I may well talk about that too.

It’ll be a fun show, but you being a part of it would make it even funner.

It’s the Mosen Explosion, live on Mushroom FM at 2 Pm Eastern, 7 PM in the UK, which now is 7 AM in New Zealand. G’r’r’r’r’r’rumble!