Don't Touch that Dial! It's Bonair

Don’t touch that dial! It’s Bonair rocking the radio waves Tuesday 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. EST on and in all your fav music apps. This week’s theme is radio and television, so all our music will have radio or tv in the title or lyrics. We’ll reflect on our favourite and least favourite tv shows, radio personalities, and stations, along with hearing your thanksgiving plans. We won’t have a turkey in “Food for Thought” but we will have another tasty dish. I have come down from my Mt.

The Mosen Explosion's got the Piano Man for Live Music, including Your Requests

We are back, back we are, for another edition of the Mosen Explosion, another Mosen Explosion edition.

Madness in the shed?

At 11pm Eastern tonight, that’s 5 Pm Sunday afternoon in new Zealand, and 4 AM Sunday morning in the UK, the Shed opens up yet again.
The triple Threat is back, so is the Live and Loud Segment.
Plenty of music, from all over the place as usual, in other words, madness.
Your requests are welcome by e-mailing: anthony at mushroomfm dot com
Or you can find me on Twitter: @kiwisnake

It's a Springy, Bouncey Bonair featuring Elton John

Spring has finally sprung in the coolest little capital, so join me for a springy, bouncy Bonair this Tuesday 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. EST on and in all your fav music apps. We will sample Dijon mustard chicken from the Mosen oven in “Food for Thought”, find out how everyone is doing with this month’s book club selection, plus play any requests you may have.

Paskell's Pop Vault goes a little Retro!

Consider yourself cleared for entry into Paskell's Pop Vault here on Mushroom FM today from 12 pm Eastern, 9 AM Pacific and 5 PM GMT (London, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Dublin, Belfast, Lisbon and more). This week, our pop path will take in the 60's, punk, modern folk rock with a little unblemished noughties' pure pop, so there's sure to be a discovery in the mix to delight you in our hour together.

The Shed is opening in an hour.

That’s right, it’s almost 11 Pm Eastern on a Saturday night, 5 PM Sunday afternoon here in New Zealand, and 4 AM Sunday morning in the UK.
So the rusty old shed door will be creaking open with four fun filled music hours ahead.
I actually think the Shed needs a new door to be honest, It’s almost as if it’s hasn’t been open for two weeks.
Oh wait...
After the Kiwi special two weeks ago, the regular show returns, with the Triple Threat, and the Live and Loud segment, and of course your request.
E-mail: anthony at mushroomfm dot com

The Mosen Explosion, le spectacle doit continuer

Many of us have been glued to devices, radio and TV over this bleak weekend, as the horror from paris and its aftermath have unfolded. Maybe we took the time to hold those we love extra closely.
Many people outside of France have returned to some degree of normality, keeping an eye on developments. But for those who've lost loved ones, or who live in a frightened nation, the atrocities are not so easily put behind them.
We'll begin this week's show with a short tribute to those who were so cruelly massacred.

It's a page Turning Bonair

It’s a page turning Bonair this week—Tuesday 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. on and in all your fav music apps. We will play your requests, have a titillating topic to get you talking, and saunter into the Mosen kitchen for another delicacy from “Food for Thought.” But the big event this week, are highlights from the first Funguys book club chat. In the second hour, we will play selections from the lively, thought provoking discussion on John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars” and announce this month’s book selection. Come join us: Don’t be shy!

The Mosen Explosion's got the new Beatles Remixes!

Once again, we're back on your thing, no matter what that thing is and where that thing is located. It could be an iThing, a new Apple TV thing, a PC thing, but we're on that thing.
And the thing I hope you'll do with that thing on Sunday at 2 PM Eastern, 7 PM UK, is join me for another edition of The Mosen Explosion.

It's almost here! The Mushroom FM Book Club's Inaugural Meeting.

Grab a cup of tea, coffee, or other relaxing beverage and join us for the first MushroomFM book club chat—this Saturday at noon EST. Bonnie Mosen will be your moderator, and we will be discussing “The Fault in Our Stars: by John Green. To participate in the discussion, visit and follow the link to enter the room. If you're unable to make the discussion, but you'd like to share your views on the book, you can call the Book Club Feedback Line. It's a US number. 206-333-5717. At the end of the chat, the book club selection for November will be announced.


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