Check out MKFM Drive with Greg Burnet every weekday from 4pm to 7pm.
Greg brings you the essential information that you need to know for Milton Keynes every afternoon.
Trust Greg to brighten up your afternoon and get you home quickly in Milton Keynes with the best local travel news every 20 minutes plus, of course, loads of great new music and plenty of fun.
You can get in touch with Greg by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
My hometown before MK - I've always lived in a MK postcode, for me there is no before MK. I did go to uni in Cheltenham though, wasn't as good, not enough roundabouts.
The best thing about Milton Keynes – It's the chicken capital of the UK, more Nando's per population than anywhere else in the country.
My first jobs – Paperboy at 13, Supermarket Checkout Assistant at 16, the classic career progression.
When I’m not on the radio – I play a lot of video games and text a lot because I'm a millennial.
My favourite artists we play are – Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and any of my Tracks of the Week!
If I won on the MK Secret Sound – I'd probably be fired as I'm the one doing the competition on Drive!
Favourite Food – My mum's macaroni cheese. Also coffee.
I dislike – Badly made coffee, the Dons losing and peas.
Apart from my show, my favourite show on MKFM - Saturday mornings with Oliver Dean because I used to read his travel. Or DJ Hurley on Friday Night in the Mix because then I know the weekend has started.
Milton Keynes Council repaired 2,748 potholes in May
It has been revealed that Labour-run Milton Keynes Council repaired 2,748 potholes last month, as part of their previously announced pledge to repair 20,000 in total.
Milton Keynes Inspiration Awards 2018 - Winners In Full
The Milton Keynes Inspiration Awards took place on Friday 22nd June at the Doubletree By Hilton at Stadium MK, and recognised some of the most inspiring people from our city.
11 year old supporter on bike ride for Willen Hospice
When Theo Hill was given a bicycle for Christmas, he made a pledge to do a sponsored cycle ride for a local charity.
City MPs celebrates Thank a Teacher Day
This Thank a Teacher day City MPs Mark Lancaster and Iain Stewart have paid tribute to teachers across Milton Keynes, whose hard work means that more children are gaining the skills and knowledge they need to get on in life.