On the Mosen Explosion, Michael Jackson, should he stay or should he go?

The Mosen Explosion is back at 2 Pm Eastern Daylight time, which could mean that it starts an hour earlier for you if you live elsewhere. It certainly starts an hour earlier for me, and I had better remember that.

It’s the last live Mosen Explosion for a couple of weeks. Next week at Mosen Explosion time, I’ll be doing something Harry Pottery at Universal Studios with Nicola banana, so we’ll be going back into the archives for a St Patrick’s day special at that time.

This week on The Mosen Explosion, a dilemma. The documentary Leaving Neverland begins screening here in New Zealand this evening, but it’s contents have been well-reported worldwide. As a result, both major New Zealand media conglomerates have pulled all Michael Jackson material from their radio outlets. Michael Jackson was one of the most successful performers of the 1970s and 80s, so he features extensively in our musical line-up. Should we follow suit and remove his material? Share your thoughts.

There’s an Eclipse in Wellington! The incredible Bonnie Mosen is home with her new Seeing Eye dog Eclipse, the dog to eclipse all dogs. Bonnie’s back in the studio for a Bonnie bulletin, and maybe Eclipse will say a few words too. One never knows in this marvellous age in which we live.

We’ll look back at this day in history, and there is plenty of opportunity for you to be in touch via email, phone, Twitter and Facebook.

It’s on live at 2 PM Eastern, 6 PM UK, 7 AM in New Zealand, only on the home of the fun guys, Mushroom FM.