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This article relates to a DJ who has been on two nationwide radio stations broadcasting to over a hundred thousand people, and has worked at a number of major radio stations, including Capital FM. They are a rising star in radio and have been profiled in a major radio publication, as shown in the article. If you wish to hear more, please contact me. Adamiow 21:13, 16 April 2007 (UTC)
- Notability established. Not a speedy candidate. The JPStalk to me 14:38, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
- Not very notable IMO, but there you go.Anon Dude 07:46, 27 May 2007 (UTC)
- Wow, my mate once filled in on the Capital FM graveyard shift, and has also filled in for a couple of minor ILRs in the country. Can he have his own wiki page too?
But in all seriousness, Lucio Buffone who currently presents the Capital FM drivetime slot, as well as hit40uk every sunday to more listeners than 'core' could ever dream of had his page removed because he 'wasnt notable enough.' Surely this bloke is even less notable, and therefore doesnt deserve his own wiki page?
allan lake is very cool men and shoude be more noticeabel
Written by himself?
Most of this article reads as though it's been written by either Lake himself, or a devoted fan of his. It's just bigging him up particularly towards the end of the bio section. I tried cleaning it up a year or so back but someone's added new information, and with it the bias is back. --PhilipB (talk) 11:07, 3 December 2011 (UTC)