The Geoff Show
was a humorous radio program, broadcast on Absolute Radio
(formerly Virgin Radio
) from 3 January 2006 to 25 September 2008.
The show ran for three hours, between 10pm and 1am, Monday to Thursday. Presented by Geoff Lloyd
, it also featured his 'symposium
', comprising himself, Annabel Port
and his producer Nelson Kumah
. A daily podcast
of the previous night's show was also produced.
During the introductions of each of these podcasts
, Geoff read out dedications sent in by listeners. Those who send letters through the post were rewarded with a Geoff Show
badge, which were handmade by Annabel Port (shown at right).
On the podcast of the December 11, 2007 show, it was announced that Tony
would be leaving his position as producer to take a promotion elsewhere within Absolute Radio. His replacement, Nelson Kumah began on January 7, 2008.
As part of the re-brand to Absolute Radio, Geoff moved to Geoff Lloyd's Hometime Show
, in the afternoon slot. On 16 September 2008 he announced that the Geoff Show
was going to end on Thursday 25 September 2008 .
Features that ran until the final show
- Podications: Every Podcast was dedicated to listeners who contacted the show in a 'podication'. This was not broadcast on air, but recorded immediately after the show and appeared at the start of each podcast.
- Phone In topics: Topics were suggested by Geoff, Annabel and Nelson, normally illustrated by an example. Listeners contacted the station with their ideas, views and experiences.......