Join Rob playing mixes throughout the night Saturday and Sunday from 12am-5am. It’s the best way to get through your nightshift and make the time pass quicker.
My hometown before MK was Hillingdon, Middlesex
The best thing about Milton Keynes is the great variety of shops, restaurants and things to do
My first jobs was working for Natwest Bank before moving into TV & Radio
When I’m not on the radio, I like Formula 1, it’s my big passion along with my son and family
My favourite artists we play are Coldplay and the great selection of classics and new tracks
If I won the MK Secret Sound I would treat my son to even more toys
Favourite Food has to be chicken
My tipple is Peroni or Dark Rum & Coke
I dislike mushrooms and prawns
Apart from my show, my favourite show on MKFM is Soul Stew
Slug & Lettuce swings its doors open in Milton Keynes
Slug & Lettuce brings a dose of glitz and glamour to The Hub with a number of activities taking place throughout August to celebrate the doors opening.
Free DofE places for young people with SEND
Buckinghamshire young peoples’ charity Action4Youth is providing free expedition places for young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) to enable them to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s (DofE) Award.
Take to the skies and support your local Hospice
A skydive is the ultimate Bucket-List challenge and Willen Hospice is giving local people the chance to tick it off, while supporting a fantastic cause.
Mayor of MK to host basic life support course for Cancer Centre Appeal
Milton Keynes Mayor Cllr Sam Crooks is stepping outside his comfort zone this month, to help raise funds for Milton Keynes Hospital Charity’s Cancer Centre Appeal.
World-first study reveals dogs are able to detect lung infections
Medical Detection dogs, based in Milton Keynes, are able to detect ultra-low concentrations of Pseudomonas, the commonest cause of lung infection in the life-limiting inherited disease, cystic fibrosis.
Denbigh Bucks the National Trend with Rise in Top Grades
Denbigh is delighted that more of its students achieved the very highest grades at A Level this year, bucking the national trend which saw a fall in the number of top grades achieved.
Hanslope residents support ‘next steps’ for Imogen
Bloor Homes outdoor cinema screening raises £4,000 to help Imogen Roberts walk again.
Looking for something fun to do on the first Sunday in September?
RSPCA Milton Keynes and North Bucks are holding Paws in the Park on Sunday 1st September at Marsh Drive Playing Fields, Great Linford MK14 5HH.