Making Wishes Come True This Christmas

Dodge Radio is proud to be supporting the Make a Wish Foundation the charity that is perfectly situated to grant magical wishes to children and young people who are fighting a life threatening condition. With the help of our generous loyal listener base we can help to put a smile on the face of seriously ill children this Christmas. Your donation doesn’t just help grant a wish to a seriously ill child. It will also give the whole family precious time together, creating magical memories to cherish for years to come.

In order for Dodge Radio to support this charity, our staff members have made a substantial donation to bring children this Christmas the show ‘Wake up to Santa’. This show will offer festive music, and chat from a show hosted by the big man himself. This show will air from 07:00 AM/10:00 AM UK time, 02:00 AM/05:00 AM US Easton. So when your children are waking up this Christmas morning remember Dodge Radio and give them that extra free Christmas cheer by tuning to Dodge Radio this Christmas day.

Supporting the make a wish foundation could not be easier! Details can be found on our home page where there is a direct link to the charities home page. In addition, readers of this blog can also visit:
http://www.make-a-wish.org.uk/support-us
In order to make a donation to this inspiring charity to change a critically ill Childs life. Working together you and Dodge Radio can make wishes come true this Christmas!

The Gift of Reggae music and the gift of Christmas

Welcome to another update where we unveil some more lovely goodies for you to enjoy

 

The Dodge Radio player

Finally after a lot of  weeks in the office we have finally been able to release our Radio Player that can be found on the Ways To Listen page. This is only able to be used from a computer. So go on, have a listen for yourself and let us know what you think. Feedback can be emailed to management@dodgeradio.net

 

The new Reggae Show

We are very happy to welcome a new member of the team This DJ blew us away in his audition with a good selection of Reggae music and presenting skills. It did not take very long for us to make up our minds. We would like to welcome Ray to the Dodge Radio Family. You will be able to listen to his Reggae Show from 10PM UK 5PM Eastern every Tuesday. So why not take a listen and keep him company.

 

The Gift of Christmas

The Christmas adds have started on the TV and the first lot of Christmas lights have been switched on. This can only mean one thing; the countdown to Christmas has begun. Here at Dodge Radio we have been working hard to put together a wonderful line up for Christmas entertainment. You can follow all the updates from www.facebook.com on twitter from @dodgeradio or from our Events page from www.dodgeradio.net all Christmas programing starts from the on the 1ST December. We hope you will join us for some good Christmas entertainment.

 

That’s all for now, remember to keep Liking, Listening and Sharing

 

New Updates, Improvements and Features

Here at Dodge Radio we have been Busy keeping the standard that will continue to keep you locked in.

 

Macmillan

The Macmillan Cancer Event maybe over but you can relive the Event at a time that Suits you. All shows Presented by Dodge Radio can be found from our Archive Page at www.dodgeradio.net 

 

Programing Schedule

We strive to keep listeners happy and always want them to keep listening. This is why we feel that some modernisation for day time programing needs to be updated. We hope you will like the changes. Firstly the Decade Breakfast will continue as it is giving you the best of music from the 50s up to the present day. from 12PM UK 8AM Eastern we give you a lovely blend of music ranging from the 90s, Noughties and today during Drive Time we give you a blend of music ranging from the last 30 years. Drive Time can be herd from the hours of 3PM UK 10AM Eastern. We will continue to give you a variety of oldies; country, Hip-Hop, Dance music and more music for a full listing please visit the Schedule page from the website.  

 

Website

We feel that the new website is doing well. But with anything there must always be improvements and from time to time we are always fixing problems and adding new features.  Most of our DJ Profiles have been completed and can now be found from the DJ Profile Page  also coming soon we will be seeing the return of the Dodge Radio Player. More features will be coming soon but we can’t tell you anymore for now. Just keep checking the website and this blog. For the latest updates.

Well that is it for now. We will be back soon with more updates. Until then, Keep Listening, liking and sharing

Fresh Faces, Schedule Changes and Appreciation for Macmillan Week

May we start by thanking our friends over at Top Tunes FM for a brilliant and very successful Macmillan week. It was a pleasure to work alongside some top broadcasters and great to see they smashed the £2000 target raising over £2,800 including gift aid. Thank you to all DJ’s listeners and management from Top Tunes FM that made this worthwhile event possible.

Sadly Top Tunes FM is no longer broadcasting; with its closure at the end of Macmillan Week we are sorry to say there will be no more syndication Sunday and top of the 80’s with Dean Ormond has their fore had to be removed from our schedule. On the subject of Schedules Kyle Phillips has again agreed to extend his Sunday Worship show to 3 hours running from 1:00 until 16:00 UK Time. This means our Totally 80’s re-play with Garry king will now revert to its older slot from 16:00 until 18:00. In addition, Sunday 60’s at 6 will return and fill the 6 until 7 slot before the Mosen Explosion.

Our final note is to welcome a new DJ on board to Dodge Radio and provide a warm hearted welcome to Erick Tyler. With this new DJ comes 2 new exciting country shows. The Country Jam will air Friday nights/Saturday morning from 12:00 AM until 03:00 am UK time, 19:00 until 22:00 US Easton. The New country Music Tuesday show will air from 12:00 until 03:00 Wednesday morning UK time 19:00 until 22:00 Tuesday night for US Easton listeners.

The final note to mention is our bran new website boasting some exciting features is now live and can be viewed over at:
http://www.dodgeradio.net

As always keep your eyes and ears glued to your social media of choice for more exciting news in the future.

Join Bonnie, Spotty, Heidi and Jonathan for the Macmillan Cancer Support Explodeathon! #MosenOnAir

This week, the Mosen Explosion is raising money for a great cause. There’d be few of us who haven’t had our lives touched in some way by cancer. Not only does it change the lives of those affected directly, it places enormous stress on the families and friends of those affected.

In the UK, Macmillan Cancer Support is there for cancer patients and their loved ones, providing a range of practical support and advice.

Over the last week, one of our wonderful affiliates, Top Tunes FM, has been broadcasting special programming to raise funds for this charity, and they’ve already raised around 2,000 pounds. The Mosen Explosion is delighted to be a part of this effort, with a special Explodeathon show this weekend.

Heidi, Bonnie, Anthony and I will be in the studio for four hours of very unpredictable nonsense designed to open your hearts and even more importantly, your wallets. Imagine how much good we could do if you contributed even the cost of a couple of cups of coffee or a couple of smartphone apps. Even if you’re not in the UK, it’s a very small world. You may eventually help someone you know, and even if not, it feels good to do good, so we’re sure our large international audience will get into the spirit of this event and give generously.

Throughout the show, you’ll be given the opportunity to donate to see our wacky crew fulfil certain challenges. Already, an absolutely horrible, hideous, unspeakably bad challenge has been set for me by the mischievous Bonnie, and I can tell you right now, it will take a lot of donating to persuade me to take that one on.

So I hope you’ll join us for what promises to be a really lively, unusual and fun show, but most important of all, a show that will help people going through a dark time in their lives.

It all begins at 2 PM Eastern, 7 PM in the UK. We’ll provide you with all the details of how to donate, oh and for your trouble, you may even win a prize or two.

It’s the Explodeathon, in support of Macmillan Cancer support. We hope very much to have you with us.

Linking the Internet Radio Community for One Week Only

Dodge Radio is pleased to announce they are affiliating with Top Tunes FM the brains behind the Macmillan Cancer event 2014. We aren’t the only station to join in this worthwhile charity event with over 5 stations coming together to raise as much money as possible with a target of £2000 planned; it’s an event to not be missed. People have already taken to their phones to text in donations and their computers to donate through just giving and subsequently 50% of the target has been reached already. There’s no time to sit back just yet as from the 18th to 25th august the internet radio community joins forces to drain as much donations as possible from our listeners for this special Macmillan cancer event. With some superb surprises lined up, wonderful raffle prises on offer, it really is going to be a week to remember.

UK listeners only can donate through text by texting 70070 and typing “ttfm61” followed by their donation of £ 1, £2, £3, £4, £5, or £10. Global listeners can use the top tunes just giving page that can be found at:
http://is.gd/CsaMgC.

Giving whatever you can afford to the Macmillan cancer appeal really can make a huge difference.
After donating either through the just giving page or by text please do not forget to email:
becs@toptunesfm.com
To redeem your raffle tickets.

For more information on shows visit the schedule of the internet radio stations involved. Finally thanks must go out to Top Tunes fm for allowing Dodge Radio to carry this incredible line up of shows. It really is not one to be missed!

Whack! It’s Fifty Shades of Explosion!

Once again, little flowers, it is time for another Mosen Explosion, the show that makes you grateful that there are another 164 hours each week!
Last week on the show, we got to talking about the fact that not only is there soon to be a “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie, but there’s going to be a musical as well! Confounding! Astounding!
In case you haven’t heard about this blockbuster trilogy of books, “Fifty Shades of Grey” is about a sweet little innocent girl who becomes the lover of a guy who’s into the bonds, and know I’m not talking finances here! Writing the trilogy clearly took a lot of discipline.
Last week we had a few people who came up with great suggestions for existing songs that you could use in a “Fifty Shades of Grey” musical. But we were doing other things last week so we didn’t follow up too much. But this week, ah, this week my cuddly creatures, we’re going to ask you to nominate songs that would be just right for a “Fifty Shades” musical.
We have some cool wacky news, a look back at quite a busy day in history, the Bonnie Bulletin with, funnily enough, Bonnie, and much more.
We love it when you thrash the power button of your computer or smartphone, hit those keys very very hard, and punch up the Mosen Explosion. So do join me at 7 PM in the UK, 2 PM Eastern, 6 AM in New Zealand, when we’ll whip it into shape. All the shady places you can listen are detailed on our affiliates page at the Mosen Channel, http://MosenExplosion.com. It would hurt if you couldn’t make it.

The Mosen Explosion, Rocking the Big Beatle Anniversaries #MosenOnAir

  

It’s a very special edition of the jolly old Mosen Explosion this week, as we celebrate too magnitudenous events in Beatles history simultaneously, concurrently, and at the same time as well.

57 years ago, which coincidentally was in 1957, John Lennon met Paul McCartney, beginning the greatest partnership in the history of music. Just seven short years later, a half century ago, their movie, “A Hard Day’s Night”, premiered in London. The incredible soundtrack to the album was released just days later.
During the show, we’ll be playing selections from “A Hard Day’s Night”, and hearing the Beatles talk about the making of the movie and the album. It’s an album where Lennon and McCartney were really beginning to shine as song writers, and it’s the first Beatles album where they composed all the songs.
After the Mosen Explosion. on the Mosen Channel, we have extended programming to mark these two important Beatle moments. At 6 Eastern, 11 UK, the Mosen Channel will bring you an audio described version of the movie “A Hard Day’s Night” in its entirety.
Immediately at the conclusion of the movie, at about 7:20 Eastern, we’ll hear an hour-long documentary called “The Day John Met Paul” which looks at that historic day, 6 July 1957. So all up, we have over six hours of programming you won’t want to miss.
It’s quite fascinating and serendipitous, serendipitous I tell you, how sometimes the wacky news gets a theme. This week, we have a number of stories about items long given up for lost, returned to their owners after a long time. Funny that.
It’s a very busy day in the history books and we’ve got the scoop, and a lot of music to go with the scoop.
The beautiful Bonnie is back with a bouncy Bonnie Bulletin, and of course we have plenty of your interaction and requests, which really makes the time fly by.
I hope you’ll join me at 2 PM Eastern, 7 PM in the UK, for another fun Mosen Explosion. Details of how and where to listen can be found on the Mosen Channel at http://www.MosenExplosion.com. Be sure to check out the Affiliates Page for heaps of great programming on the stations that carry the show.

We’re Exploding Again at 7 PM in the UK, 2 PM Eastern, 6 AM in NZ. #MosenOnAir

It seems like only a week since I last told you that we’d be exploding again. Wow. And you know why? Do you know why it seems like it’s only a week since I last told you we’d be exploding again? Well, that’s because, it actually was only a week since I last told you we’d be exploding again. Which just goes to show that…that…a week has gone by since I last told you we’d be exploding again.

Since this show was rebranded the Mosen Explosion in 2002, we’ve started it with a piece of music produced by the talented, wonderful, humorous Greg Brayton. Those of you who were listening to me back in the ACB Radio days may remember Greg. Sadly, he died earlier this week. We’ll take a little time to remember him on the show.
There are a few cool birthdays we could celebrate, but the one I’ve decided to feature is Peter Asher, brother of Jane and half of the British pop duo Peter and Gordon. They did some fun tunes, they did.
We have quite a few wacky news stories from Arizona this week. What does that say, eh?
We go back in history, and the Bonnie Bulletin is back as well.
But what we look forward to the mostest, is your emails and tweets that make the show so fun and entertaining. So feel free to fire up that hashtag and join in the fun, all starting at 7 PM in the Kingdom of U, 2 PM Eastern. Check out the growing list of the affiliates of awesome, or listen directly, all over on the Mosen Channel. http://MosenExplosion.com

Supplies! Another Weekend, Another Mosen Explosion! #MosenOnAir

As the Hollies famously sang, all I need is the air that I breathe…and to love you…and my computer…and my iPhone…and a nice house…oh and one of those nice cheesy rolls from the bakery. But really you know, when all is said and done and tweeted, your air supply is pretty important. And that’s why we’re saluting Air Supply, whose lead vocalist, Russell Hitchcock is celebrating his 65th birthday. They’ve done some great stuff, Air Supply, and if you’d like to request any Air Supply tracks, you would be most welcome.

But wait there’s more! Phone the number on your screen now and get two for the price of one! Because it’s also the wonderfully talented Harry Nilson’s birthday. He was born in 1941, and we’ll be featuring some of this tunes too.
There’s plenty of interesting stuff in the wacky news this week, we may well have a special guest on the Banana Report if we can convince him to talk, the Bonnie bulletin will be back, and and and, lots of historical history to tell you about.
But what really makes the show is all the fun stuff we get from you, yes, you! So I hope you’ll join me for four hours of interactive, fun radio on Sunday at 7 PM in the UK, 2 PM Eastern, and bright and early at 6 AM on Monday morning in New Zealand.