One of the few UK DJs to be on the Motown freebies list, Paul Gray worked in the California Ballroom in Dunstable on Friday and Saturday nights as well as the Devil's Den/Didoz.
Paul was also a regular DJ at Aquarius Night Club, The Greyhound in Dunstable, Truman Gateway, Disc-a-dine and Drill Hall in Luton. At the Truman Gateway he had to compete with appearances from Radio One DJs, topless dancers and drag acts.
Join Paul on a Sunday evening for the best in Classic Soul & Motown, Northern Soul and a touch of Disco where you can 'relive' those iconic tunes of the 60s and 70s.
My hometown before MK was Dunstable
The best thing about Milton Keynes is all the open spaces that can be enjoyed such as Willen Lake
My first jobs was 'Darkroom Technician' at Waller Studios in Luton
When I’m not on the radio, I like to potter about in my garden and be Monty Don
My favourite artists are.... I could write a long list here, but top 3 are The Temptations, Four Tops and Smokey Robinson.
If I won the MK Secret Sound I would put it towards my next trip to Paphos in Cyprus
Favourite Food Sunday Roast
My tipple is Keo Beer
I dislike kippers
Apart from my show, my favourite show on MKFM is The Breakfast Show... Need to know what's happening on the roads in Milton Keynes.
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.