The Mosen Explosion celebrates the return of 26 letters to the alphabet

We all know why we can’t listen to ELO at Christmas time, right? Because there’s noel at Christmas!

But another Christmas time has come and gone, and the letter L is back again. That’s just as well, because this week, the Mosen Explosion celebrates the birthday of Jeff Lynne. He was born on 30 December 1947, and of course is most famous for his leadership of the Electric Light Orchestra, all us cool kids just call them ELO.

Got any ELO requests? Flick them through via the Twitter, the phone or the email, and we’ll get them on for you.

Bonnie will be back with her bulletin, a banana or two and guests may wander into the studio, and it’s going to be an epic time to round off the end of my 20th year of doing this Internet broadcasting malarkey.

The Mosen Explosion will be at the usual time, Sunday at 2 Pm Eastern, 7 PM in the UK, that’s Monday morning at 8 AM in New Zealand.

And don’t forget to make a note, add an event in your calendar, set an alarm, and do what it takes to join us for our additional traditional new year show, on 31 December at 3 AM Eastern time, 8 AM UK, 9 PM in New Zealand, as we not only celebrate the end of this year and the beginning of the next one, but also celebrate the 20th anniversary of my first live Internet broadcast.

It’s all not to be missed on the jolly old home of the fun guys, Mushroom FM.