And now for something completely different. Monty Python turns 50 on The Mosen Explosion

50 years ago, on 5 October 1969, a crazy, ground-breaking show called Monty Python’s Flying Circus aired on BBC television for the first time. No one quite knew what to expect and the cast wondered if it was going to be too weird for the public. Of course, the rest is history. It’s some of the best-loved comedy of all time.

SO we don’t need much of an excuse to dust off the old Monty Python. If you have a favourite Monty Python sketch of song, feel free to get in touch and request it.

We’ll also have the usual mix of tech news in the mix, Bonnie will be back with her bulletin, and we look at this day in history.

Catch The Mosen Explosion live on Saturday at 2 PM US Eastern time, 7 PM in the UK, that’s currently 7 AM in New Zealand on Sunday morning, only on Mushroom FM.