Join Michael Robinson playing all your favourite tunes on MKFM plus bringing you all the latest news, travel and weather from across Milton Keynes.
My hometown before MK was Halifax in West Yorkshire but I moved to Olney when I was 1 year old!
The best thing about Milton Keynes is the fact it is such a unique place and has so much stuff to enjoy.
My first jobs was a paper boy for the local newspaper, but I left after two weeks because it was too much hard work!
When I’m not on the radio I like eating, going on the internet and going out!
My favourite artists we play are Jonas Blue, Sigala and Craig David
If I won the MK Secret Sound I would put it towards my University fees!
Favourite Food is Indian
My tipple is Diet Coke
I dislike dogs and cats
Apart from my show, my favourite show on MKFM is MKFM Anthems on a Friday and Saturday night
Police break up BBQ close to Milton Keynes after a 'number of people' travelled to attend
Thames Valley Police had to break up a BBQ in Woburn Sands this afternoon after a number of people attended in contravention of government advice on social distancing.
Arriva continues to run services with a further amended timetable in Milton Keynes
Arriva is continuing to run a reduced bus service in all areas it operates in to serve local communities as much as possible.
Seven coronavirus patients have died in just over a week at Milton Keynes Hospital
Milton Keynes Hospital has confirmed that seven patients with COVID-19 have died between March 18th and March 26th.
MK Council to suspend food and garden waste collections
Milton Keynes Council has announced it will suspend food and garden waste collections after Friday 3rd April.
Milton Keynes Magistrates Court is staying open amid the coronavirus outbreak
Milton Keynes Magistrates Court is one of the 158 courts across England and Wales to remain open during the coronavirus crisis.
Bletchley Park is encouraging residents to make colourful bunting for when it reopens
Bletchley Park has launched "Bunting for Bletchley", a boredom buster appeal for bunting donations to help decorate Bletchley Park when it reopens.
Iain Stewart MP is confident local businesses will "bounce back" after COVID-19
Iain Stewart, MP for Milton Keynes South, believes that businesses in Milton Keynes should "bounce back quite quickly" after the pandemic settles.
Staying safe in our parks
The Parks Trust has highlighted the importance of following government guidelines when using their parks.