This week, it's a live, remote broadcast of The Mosen Explosion from Queenstown

It’s been four and a bit years since I’ve done a fully live remote broadcast of The Mosen Explosion, and I’m breaking the drought by coming to you from beautiful Queenstown in the South Island of New Zealand.

Queenstown is known as New Zealand’s adventure playground, with lovely scenic views and plenty of things to do. Bonnie and I are here to celebrate the 100th birthday of Mark and Emma. They’re both 50 within a few months of each other, so they combined the celebrations for a 100th party with plenty of music and great companionship. Bonnie and I are getting a relaxation package while we’re here as well.

So, if the technology behaves itself, do join us live from Queenstown from the groovy laptop with built-in LTE, for a special Mosen Explosion.

It’s a bumper day in history so plenty of things to talk about, and you’re welcome to get in touch via all the usual methods.

You can hear The Mosen Explosion at 2 Pm Eastern, 7 PM UK, and now that the clocks have gone back here in New Zealand, that is very bright and early at 6 AM New Zealand time. Only on Mushroom FM.