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|Running time||4 hours|
|Starring||Adrian Kennedy & Jeremy Dixon|
|Air dates||since 1998|
'The FM104 Phone Show' is a late night phone-in programme on Dublin radio station FM104 hosted by journalist Adrian Kennedy and produced and co-presented by Jeremy Dixon. It airs Monday to Thursday evenings from 21:00 to 01:00 and from 22:00 to 00:00 on Friday nights. Live images from the studio were simulcast on local cable TV station City Channel, until it was announced in September 2011 that the TV station will close.
Get It Off Your Chest 
A typical programme begins with a 90-minute segment called Get It Off Your Chest, a less serious show in which callers are invited to call the station to discuss whatever they want. This section is co-hosted by Jeremy Dixon and includes phone, text-in competitions and callers to the show randomly winning cinema tickets.
Main Issues 
Listeners are invited to submit topics by email and telephone for discussion on the programme between 22:30 and 00:30 nightly. These topics usually relate to issues affecting Dubliners, current affairs and listeners' personal problems.
Phone Show Extra 
Phone Show Extra is broadcast between 00:30 and 01:00. It consists of previously broadcast material from the show over the years.
Psychic Resident 
Louise Kings invites listeners of the FM104 PhoneShow to phone in and have card readings each Friday night on the FM104 PhoneShow.
Breaking News 
FM104 was the first Irish broadcaster to break the news of the death of Michael Jackson. The news was broken during the FM104 PhoneShow. Local celebrities including Westlife singer Nicky Byrne expressed their sadness on the phone show. They also had an interview with a Los-Angeles based journalist followed by a half hour of Michael Jackson's music.