Weekends on MKFM
Whatever you’re doing this weekend, make sure you keep your radio tuned to MKFM.
If you’re up early (or haven't gone to bed yet!) Irish Jo will provide the perfect soundtrack for your 5am hour each day. Then from 6am Simon Marshall will bring you all the latest that’s happening in the city on Weekend Breakfast.
But if you’re the type to lie-in then we’ve got you covered with Steven Gordon-Wilson from 9am hosting the Destination MK show.
Oliver and Erika take over from 10 on Saturdays, playing all the hits as well as lots of laughs.
Greg Burnet and Irish Jo are sure to make you giggle from midday before Saturday Sport, where Mark Stevens brings you the latest in the sporting world, including what’s happening with MK Dons.
Chris Brooks will start your Saturday night with Ear Candy before Anthony Ellaby sees you into the night with the latest mixes of your favourite tracks.
Don’t miss Sundays on MKFM featuring Anthony Ellaby from 10am before Michael Robinson at 1pm, bringing you an hour of 'old skool anthems' at 3.
At 4pm, Radio and TV legend, Pat Sharp, takes over with All The Hits
From 7pm, DJ Hurley takes you back to your childhood with the mixtape, playing classics from the 90s.
And just before the weekend is done, Vicki McCarthy is here with the local music show, 3 hours dedicated to the music scene in Milton Keynes.
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