Broadcaster / DJ / Music Curator / Event Host / Writer / Voiceover / Lecturer
Mike Peters is one of the UK's most exciting & versatile radio talents. Since making his professional radio debut, Mike has worked for some of the biggest radio names in the UK.
He spent two years at Kerrang! Radio presenting his own show as well as covering for every other DJ on the station, proving to be hugely popular with the audience thanks to his natural, witty, self-deprecating presentation style and huge passion for new music.
As his reputation grew, Mike was approached to work for XFM and also spent two years co-hosting a BBC Introducing show which led to him recording a show for Radio 1 and working on the production team for Cricket 6-0-6 on Radio 5 Live.
From 2011-14 Mike worked for Orion Media, providing regular cover for other presenters across the group as well as hosting his own weekend shows on Free Radio. In 2012 Mike was approached by CityTalk 105.9 to be the host of a brand new weekly Everton fan show "The Blue Room" & in 2013 Mike joined UTV's Signal 107.
In 2015 Mike was asked to front a daily afternoon show for a bespoke radio station for the staff of BT Openreach, which rapidly became the most listened to show on the network.
Mike became the Drivetime Presenter for the newly launched Zest Liverpool in 2017 & also joined Bauer's Greatest Hits Network across England & Scotland, including stations like Radio City 2, to present a Saturday & Sunday show before being promoted to the Evening Show in August 2018 & then being part of the launch team of the brand new national station Greatest Hits Radio, hosting the Weekend Breakfast Show until February 2020.
Mike is a qualified lecturer, has a Masters Degree in Music Radio from Birmingham City University, is a music consultant for bars, restaurants & retail clients, and also one of the UK's most eclectic DJ's and event hosts having worked with the likes of ITV, Hilton, Burberry, DJ Fresh, Tesco, Crowne Plaza, Mistajam, Liverpool FC, Walkabout, Marriott, Propaganda, DJ Yoda, and Spar.
Mike also writes about TV, music, film & gaming for pop culture website The Culture Crossing.