Planet Mikey

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Planet Mikey
Genre Talk radio
Running time 5 hrs.
Country  United States
Language(s) English
Home station WEEI
Host(s) Mike Adams
Recording studio Brighton, MA and the Twin River studios at Fenway Park during the MLB season.
Air dates since 2005
Audio format Stereophonic

Planet Mikey is a sports talk radio program on Boston's WEEI 93.7 FM. The show was officially announced on December 15, 2005 and runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays. The host is Mike Adams, an experienced Boston sports talk show host.

Mike Adams was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Connecticut, Adams was a disc jockey on several stations in Hartford replacing Howard Stern when Stern left for Detroit,Washington DC,and New York in 1980. He was personal friends with Dick Radatz, a beloved figure in Boston sports. He hosted a show called "Mike Adams Sports World" on NECN from 1992–98 and won two Emmys. He has hosted shows for Fox 25 and Classic Sports Network, now known as ESPN Classic. He began at the WEEI in 1993 as a part-timer in conjunction with television work and selling Fords at Waltham Ford. His full-time show replaces the "Ted Nation" program by Ted Sarandis, which commenced on December 14, 2005. The show is on from 6-10 PM. Adams is a fan of all Boston teams. He lives in the MetroWest area of Massachusetts with his wife, Christine. He has two adult children, Scott and Kelly, and two young sons Andrew and William.

The timeslot was formerly occupied by hosts Ted Sarandis (Ted Nation) from 1995-December 14, 2005 and Jeff Joyce (Flashboy) from December 14, 2005 – 2007.


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