My hometown is: London, (I was born there) Now in Aylesbury
The best thing about Milton Keynes is: MKFM (of course) Costa Coffee (for their Soya Hot Chocolate!) & Pandora!
My first job was: Working for Barclays Bank PLC in Putney High Street and later seconded to the banking union Unifi, then when I was made redundant I went to drama school, became an actress and now I’m a TV & Radio Presenter
When I’m not on the radio I like to: Work at Ideal World TV as a TV Presenter, carry out my Beauty Queen Duties as Ms Catwalk Perfect UK 2016/17 and also I love spending time with my little doggie, Digby!
My favourite Artists we play are: Take That, Duran Duran, Michael Buble, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, David Bowie, Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars, Phats & Small, George Michael, The Killers, Maroon 5, Queen…. And so many more! I love music!
If I won the MK Secret Sound I would: Take a holiday – somewhere hot and drink champagne and cocktails all day at the pool!
Favourite Food: Roast Dinners (with proper fluffy inside and crispy on outside roast potatoes) and Smarties!
My tipple is: Champagne (Naturally) and Prosecco and a nice cup of tea!
Dislikes: Coffee (& anything associated with coffee) Artichokes and celeriac! Also false/two faced/rude people.
Apart from my show, my favourite show on MKFM is: The MK Breakfast Show hosted by the fab Mikey! Wakes me up properly!
Hook up with me on Twitter & Instagram: @DawnLoweActress
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