It is a clearly a matter where someone -- seething in staggering anger -- first lost their senses, then their job, and now it appears he may lose his freedomRacist threats made on Cincy police radio Mar 17, 2004
This is a guy we want to slow down if not stop completelyDeadbeat dad jailed, owes $95k Jun 20, 2003
He made people think the money was going to charity, when it really was going to line somebody's pockets or possibly to fund a terrorist organizationTerrorists may have gotten lottery funds Mar 07, 2003
The archdiocese may have at times failed to comply with its duty to notify the state of its knowledge of allegations of sexual abuse of minorsState: Church may not have told of abuse Dec 03, 2002
I didn't think we were going to hold them offUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Sep 17, 2002
Mike Allen (born 1942) is a British radio presenter, who currently hosts an evening show on 102.2 Smooth Radio in London
Mike is known for his distinctive velvety voice and has regularly been heard on the airwaves for a number of years. His credits include stints presenting shows on Capital Radio (where his broadcasting career began), Talk Radio, LBC and 102.2 Smooth FM. Mike joined Smooth FM's replacement 102.2 Smooth Radio when it opened in March 2007, and currently presents the evening show (8pm-12am) from Saturdays to Thursdays until December 2008. He used to do weekend lunchtimes (Saturday 10am-1pm & Sunday 1-5pm) but Lynn Parsons took those slots and Mike moved to Lynn's evening slots and the Saturday Lunchtime Slot was extended to 10am-2pm.
He also was one of the first pioneers of electro/hip hop music in the mid 80's, hosting his own very successful show on Capital Radio, going on to MC at the uk fresh festival at Wembley in 1986 which featured artists such as Grandmaster Flash, and Afrika Bambaataa.