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Coming up this weekend on Mosen At Large, we reach three figures

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.

I’ve been a bit prolific in the podcast feed this week, which means that when I publish the podcast version of the live Mushroom FM show, it will be episode 100.

This show has taken off in astounding ways and I can only say a profound thanks for all the discussion and contributions that have made that possible. We’ve debated, helped each other out, reminisced and had a few laughs, and I think that is very special.

Coming up on this weekend's Mosen At Large, the conversation continues on recent hot topics, what's most important when choosing a computer, tech tips and more

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.

I have been glued to every minute, yes literally every minute, of the impeachment in the US this week. That’s a challenge when you have a very busy fulltime job so I will explain how I did it. I’m not sure I am using the perfect system yet, so you may like to improve the system I outline.

Join Jonathan and Anthony live for a Waitangi Day Special, all New Zealand music

6 February is Waitangi Day, New Zealand's national day which celebrates the signing of the treaty between the indigenous Maori people of New Zealand and European settlers.

As has become something of a tradition, we have a special Waitangi Day show where you can hear some great New Zealand music from our four decades of magic mushroom memories, and perhaps a little beyond that on occasion.

If you're a regular Mushroom FM listener, you'll hear some familiar songs but there'll be plenty that will be new to you. And if you're a New Zealander, it'll bring back many memories.

Coming up on Mosen At Large, when civil rights and religion collide, new ways we can advocate on Apple bugs, and the new and improved Google Talkback

Kia ora Mosen at largers. Thanks very much to everyone who not only listens to each episode, but so generously takes time to send in contributions. The community we have created is amazing and I am very grateful for it.

This weekend on Mosen At Large, Laptops, AirPods Max, Larry King and a brand new Brailliant line

Kia ora Mosen at largers. Listeners have been incredibly busy this week, sending in contributions and I truly appreciate it. But don’t let that put you off, I’m still keen to hear what’s on your mind regarding anything you think might be of interest to the Mosen At Large family.

Mosen At Large returns this weekend. Here's what's coming

Kia ora Mosen At Largers. Feeling rested, relaxed and reinvigorated, it will be my pleasure to be back with you this weekend as Mosen At Large returns. As always, I look forward to reading your emails and hearing your thoughts.

The Mosen Explosion is back every week day

Outside, a storm is coming, the wind is blowing, and it seems like the perfect time to return from a long relaxing summer break.

Still going strong after over 20 years, The Mosen Explosion is back with you exclusively on Mushroom FM with me, Jonathan Mosen, every week day. You have two opportunities to hear it, first at 2 AM North American Eastern time, and repeated 12 hours later, 2 PM Eastern. That works out at 7 UK, and presently 8 in New Zealand.

A truncated Treasure island Oldies today

Unfortunately we have not been provided with a complete copy of Treasure Island Oldies.

The show will run today for around 2.5 hours. We will strive to have the complete show in time for the replay.

At 2 AM and PM Eastern on Monday, Jonathan Mosen pays tribute to Gerry Marsden

It's Jonathan here, taking a break from my holiday to pay a special tribute to Gerry Marsden, founder and leader of Gerry and the Pacemakers, who has died of a heart infection in Liverpool aged 78.

Gerry and the Pacemakers, for a brief period, were a hugely successful band, riding in on the coat tails of the Beatles and playing a key role in the Mersey sound. They were also the first group in UK chart history to have their first three singles reach number one.

The tradition continues. Join us virtually at Mosen Towers for one of the first new year's parties in the world

There may come a time when we’ll be sitting in our rocking chairs, boring our grandchildren senseless about the tough times of 2020 and how young people today don’t know what hard times are. But right now, 2020 is our reality and it’s been incredibly challenging for many. This year is also a special one because it heralds the end of a decade and the start of a new one with all its promise and uncertainty.


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