Roz & Mocha

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Canada’s favourite radio show is The Roz & Mocha Show. It’s your go-to show for entertainment and pop culture exclusives. If you don’t hear it on The Roz & Mocha Show, you won’t hear it anywhere else. read less

Our Editor's Take

Roz & Mocha is the podcast version of the popular morning radio show. Every weekday morning from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., Torontonians listen to the cohosts on Kiss 92.5 FM. For everyone else, a condensed version is available in this podcast format.

If there is weird and silly news to share, it will likely be on Roz & Mocha. In one episode, listeners meet a parrot with a filthy mouth. In another, the cohosts have a fierce debate over whether salsa is a condiment. They share their shock at a woman's decision to charge her family $200 each for Christmas dinner. Sometimes, Roz and Mocha get philosophical as they consider how many holes are in a straw.

Plenty of celebrities stop in for a quick chat with the cohosts. Shannen Doherty looks back at her career and Mallrats in particular. Willis Gibson, the kid who beat Tetris, shares tips with Roz and Mocha. Timothée Chalamet tells everyone what filming Wonka was like.

When there are no celebrities in the studio, they are still the topic of conversation. For instance, hosts tell the story of when Madonna was at her Boston show and thought she was in Toronto. As proud Torontonians, the cohosts have some thoughts about that. They are sad to hear that Mayim Bialik won't be returning to Jeopardy! As Raptors fans, Roz and Mocha are in turmoil over Pascal Siakam's departure.

Listeners might look forward to some of the weekly segments on Roz & Mocha. In "FML" episodes, fans call in with their tales of woe. One man's mother-in-law wants to move in with him and his wife. Another caller needs advice on managing a stinky coworker. A man feels like he always ends up in the "friend zone" after a first date. Roz and Mocha also have tips for people who hate their employers.

People who like morning radio for the silly jokes and idle chatter will find plenty in Roz & Mocha. The hosts are both likable and engaging. The show is a great way to wind down from a stressful day.

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