Bev comes to MKFM with experience from Radio Wirral and TV’s Crafty Beggar’s.
Bev’s Big Night Out is broadcast on Sunday evenings between 7 and 10pm. The show is aimed to help celebrate the LGBT community in Milton Keynes.
Bev says, ‘The show consists of some great cheesy pop/dance/disco tunes. There's showbiz news and celebrity interviews too. I’m excited to take the show to a whole new audience and area, and grateful to Darren and the team at MKFM.’
Bev has her own twist on the MKFM playlist with pop to bop to such as Steps, Beyonce and S Club 7!
Men convicted of murder at Woodhill Prison in Milton Keynes
Following an investigation by Thames Valley Police, three men have been convicted of murder.
Extended 48 hour thunderstorm weather warning issued for Milton Keynes
An extended thunderstorm weather warning has been issued for 48 hours in Milton Keynes starting from midnight tonight.
Minute’s applause to celebrate life of former Milton Keynes councillor
Councillors celebrated the life of one of their ‘big beasts’ with a round of applause after an hour of laughter and tears as they paid tribute to Labour’s Kevin Wilson.
Milton Keynes resident calls for wheelie bins to end rubbish problems from ‘nuisance birds
Residents are to be asked for their views on replacing black rubbish sacks with wheelie bins.
Emberton School closure consultation moves to the next stage
A school closure plan will be going ahead despite opposition from villagers worried about the future of their local community.
Tory Councillors in Milton Keynes object to development plan for 5,000 homes at MK East
Conservative councillors have called for a key development blueprint for 5,000 homes in the next big expansion of Milton Keynes to be delayed until a better masterplan can be made
Radio presenter Helen Legh passes away following a long illness
MKFM is sad to report that Milton Keynes radio presenter Helen Legh has passed away following her battle with a brain tumour.
MK Playday receives grant from MK Community Foundation
MK Playday is pleased to announce it has received a grant from the MK Community Foundation. These funds will support the event held in Campbell Park.