Michael helps you through your afternoon at work, 1-4pm each day with huge hit music and a bit of a giggle along the way.
My hometown before MK - I’m an Essex boy, although if anyone asks I tell people I’m from ‘East London’. Sounds slightly less ‘TOWIE’. Haha.
The best thing about Milton Keynes – That Bletchley Park is here. We basically saved the world. #JustSayin
My first jobs – I was a lifeguard for many years. I enjoyed sitting in the chair and chatting to the customers, but there was also a lot of toilet cleaning involved and I really don’t miss that part of the job.
When I’m not on the radio – I’m a keen photographer and a bit of a technology nerd.
My favourite artists we play are – Jess Glynne and Ed Sheeran. And, of course, any of the old-skool bangers. I try and squeeze in Shaggy as often as I can!!!
If I won on the MK Secret Sound – I’ve always wanted to try a Michelin star restaurant but never been able to justify spending that much money on a dinner!!
Favourite Food – Steak (medium rare) with Chunky Chips. Apple crumble and custard for dessert.
I dislike – Vaseline. It’s like it doesn’t know if it’s a liquid or a solid. Gross.
Apart from my show, my favourite show on MKFM - THANK GREG IT’S FRIDAY. 6-7 Fridays with Greg is a must listen. Hello Weekend!
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11 year old supporter on bike ride for Willen Hospice
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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.