Mike is in his 50th year as a radio and television personality. Five years into retirement, Mike returned to the airwaves in 2019 as host of Morin in the Morning, on Frank FM, now heard on four stations in New Hampshire. Along the way, Mike also worked at stations in Detroit, Toledo, Washington, D.C., New York City, Boston and served as 12-year co-host of New Hampshire in the Morning on 95.7-WZID in Manchester.
His writing career began in 2004, where after 15 years, Mike still produces a humor column every other Tuesday for the Nashua Telegraph. He is a contributor to New Hampshire Magazine and has had articles in the Boston Globe and the Chicken Soup for the Soul books. As a former vice president of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, Mike was honored by the organization with its Will Rogers Humanitarian Award in 2013. His TV credits include work as a television weatherman and nine-years co-hosting nearly 300 candlepin bowling TV shows.
Mike’s first book, a career memoir, Fifty Shades of Radio: True Stories of a Morning Radio Guy Being Wired, Tired and Fired, came out in 2013. His latest book, released in 2019, is Lunch With Tommy and Stasia: TV’s Golden Age of Candlepin Bowling.
Mike lives in Nashua with Barbara Baker and their adorably energetic doggie, Basia.