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Don't miss this. A special documentary, "Meet the fun guys".

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been hard at work making refinements to Mushroom FM based on your feedback. From Monday, you’ll hear more of your favourite fun guys more often, and our request system is getting a supercharge. I’ve been here since I started Mushroom FM in 2010, and I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt, Mushroom FM has never sounded better than it will starting Monday.

The Smorgasbord pays tribute to Tom Petty

On Wednesday’s edition of the Smorgasbord, it’s all Tom Petty, with the Heartbreakers and with the Travelling Wilburys. Tom Petty died yesterday, just short of his 67th birthday, leaving us a rich and memorable musical legacy. I’ll play a selection of that legacy on the Smorgasbord. Join me at 3 AM Eastern, 8 AM in the UK, here on Mushroom FM.

Listen up! From 9 October, Mushroom FM's getting a fresh coat of paint

If you check the Mushroom FM schedule over the coming week, you'll notice that next week's schedule looks quite different from this week's. That's because Mushroom FM's making some changes.

We're still your station for four decades of magic mushroom memories, but now, you can hear fun guys on-air more often. And on those much rarer occasions when there's no fun guy on-air, you have a much bigger say in what we play than ever before. Want the scoop? Read on.

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.

The Mosen Explosion, not on the TV

It’s the kind of scenario that keeps one awake at night. It’s the kind of nightmare from which you wake up in a cold sweat. “Now just a minute, Jonathan, just a minute! How can it give you a nightmare when it’s kept you awake, eh? How!” “Shut up Jonathan, I’m writing this promo”. “Oh, sorry Jonathan, sorry”.

The Mosen Explosion pays tribute to another departed musical talent

It’s true! Due to a shortage of qualified personnel, management is letting The Mosen Explosion back on Mushroom FM for another week! I dunno. People these days!

Just before last week’s show started, we learned of the death of Steely Dan’s Walter Becker. Today, we’re featuring another artist who died in the last week, country music legend Don Williams, a man with a rich velvet voice and some great country tracks.

We're talking Apple gadgets on this week's A Cuppa at the Mosens

Once again, we're back with Mushroom FM's global talkshow, "a cuppa at the mosens" at 9 PM Eastern on Thursday.

It's back! Join us for A Cuppa at the Mosens

Once again, we're back to talk to the world on another edition of a cuppa at the Mosens on mushroom FM.

Since it's been a few weeks since both of us have been with you, it's an open forum this week, although we have a couple of topics to throw into the mix to get you thinking.

It's hard to believe, but it was 20 years ago today that Princess Diana died. For those of us who were around to remember it, it is certainly one of those "where were you when" moments. What are your memories of the day that Princess Diana died, and how has her legacy endured 20 years on.

The Mosen Explosion, from the place where it's finally all happening

The Mosen Explosion is back again for another four hours this week. It’s the show that makes you glad you only have to put up with it for four hours a week, and it’s the show with a repaired, reinvigorated, rejuvenated listener line! Hurray! Someone put a shilling in the meter or something, and now you can call in again to 404-458-0645. You can also participate in all the fun by sending an email either in writing, or containing an audio attachment.

In loving memory of Tracey Clasper

It was with profound shock and sadness that I learned upon waking this morning of the death of Tracey Clasper.

Tracey was a much-loved voice on Mushroom FM for over three and a half years. We first heard her on-air trying to keep her husband Terry under control during 60s 70s Sunday, But Trace grew in confidence as a broadcaster, and soon she was making a significant contribution in her own right with shows of her own.


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