This work addresses the magnetic and radiation effects on the fully developed mixed convective flow in a vertical channel occupied by a porous medium with the thermal nonequilibrium state. The assumption that the fluid is electrically conducted is taken into account and permitted by a uniform transversal magnetic field while the temperature of the wall is changing linearly with the direction of the fluid flow. The spectral collocation technique is used for the numerical solution, whereas the analytical solution is governed for the special case when the drag force and the ratio of porosity-scaled thermal conductivity γ are zero. It is observed that, in the buoyancy assisted case, the fluid flow for increased near the wall with increasing the Hartmann number (M). Beyond this when is decreased with increasing M. It is also perceived that there exists an interval in which increases with increasing M as well as increasing radiation parameter Rd, furthermore beyond the value of H0, Nuf decreasing asymptotically. While for the buoyancy opposed case, the flow separation and inflection point appear in the velocity profile for different values of M, further both the flow separation and inflection point are dying out as M increases. Overall, for the both cases, the magnetic and radiation parameters are stabilizing the flow in the system.