Gerald Koh (Boy Thunder)

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Gerald Koh
Gerald Koh.jpg
Born19 September 1984
EducationDiploma in Mass Communication
Alma materSt. Gabriel's Secondary School, Catholic Junior College, Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Spouse(s)Thia Zhi Xin Geralyn (m. 2016)

Gerald Koh, also referred to as Boy thunder, is a radio presenter at 987FM alongside colleagues Kimberly Wang, Charmian Tan, Sonia Chew and Joakim Gomez. As of September 2019, he hosts the morning show ‘Get up with Gerald & Kim’. Before 987FM, he worked at HOT FM 91.3 (now known as ONE FM 91.3).[1][2] In addition to being a radio presenter, Gerald Koh is the Assistant Programming Director for 987FM.[3]

Background

Gerald Koh went to St. Gabriel’s Secondary School and subsequently, Catholic Junior College.[4] Similar to Jean Danker, Gerald Koh studied at Ngee Ann Polytechnic, where he obtained a Diploma in Mass Communication and ran the campus radio station, Radio Heatwave. His experience at Radio Heatwave developed his passion for radio broadcasting.[5] In 2012, Gerald Koh was given the Radio Heatwave Alumni Recognition Award in recognition of his time with the campus radio station. The first song Gerald introduced on radio was ‘Breakeven’ by The Script.[6]

Boy Thunder

The moniker, ‘Boy Thunder’ came about when Gerald was interning at HOT FM 91.3. At the time, he had the responsibility of driving the station’s van which was called ‘The Thunder Truck’.[7]

Personal life

Adam Lambert (left) holding the sign that Gerald had made for his proposal. Photo from Toggle.

On 20 February 2016, Gerald Koh was wedded to Thia Zhi Xin Geralyn. The couple met in 2010 through a radio contest. Gerald was hosting a giveaway of autographed Adam Lambert posters.[8][9] Fellow radio presenters Justin Ang and Vernon A. (The Muttons), Joakim Gomez and Kimberly Wang were present at the wedding.[10]


In March 2013, Gerald Koh had strongly hinted his intentions of getting married by enlisting the help of Adam Lambert. Before Adam Lambert’s concert in Singapore, Gerald Koh had him pose for a photograph with a sign that read: “Say yes to Gerald. He is a good catch!”. In October 2013, Gerald Koh proposed to Zhi Xin in Paris.[11][12]


Gerald Koh is a big fan of Disney. Stating in an interview with The New Paper, his love for Disney comes from his personal preference towards family-friendly venues.[13][14] He is also a supporter of various idols such as One Direction, Justin Bieber and the K-pop group, BTS. He came to know about BTS after attending the HallyuPopFest in 2018. Gerald Koh tweets frequently about the members in the group and has mentioned Kim Seok-jin to be his favourite.[15][16]

Career highlights

As of September 2019, Gerald Koh and Kimberly Wang are co-hosts for the segment 'Get Up with Gerald & Kim'.

Radio

In the early months of 2014, Gerald Koh left HOT FM 91.3 intending to complete his degree studies and to spend more time with his family. After further discussions, Gerald resumed his radio career and joined 987FM on 9 June 2014 where he hosted the evening show ‘Itchy Pyjamas’. Inspired by the humour behind 'The Muttons', Gerald Koh thought up the name of his new solo show on 987FM.[17][18]

Year Show segment Radio station
November 2017 - present Get Up With Gerald & Kim[19] 987 FM
August 2017 - November 2017 Get Up With Gerald, Kim & Adam[20][21] 987 FM
February 2017 - August 2017 Hot Dogs with Gerald & Adam[22][23][24] 987 FM
2016 Hotdogs and a Bun with Adam and Charmian Tan[25] 987 FM
February 2015 - January 2017 The Bro Code with Joakim Gomez[26][27] 987 FM
June 2014 Itchy Pyjamas[28] 987 FM
August 2013 - March 2014 Taking You Home with Boy Thunder, Adam & Josh[29][30] HOT FM 91.3
January 2013 - August 2013 Hot Breakfast with Boy Thunder, Adam & Josh[31][32][33] HOT FM 91.3
2011 Reques-Tickles with Boy Thunder & Adam the Intern[34] HOT FM 91.3
2009 The 91.3 Morning Crew[35][36][37] HOT FM 91.3
2008 Internship HOT FM 91.3

Drawing inspiration from radio veterans Jean Danker and Rod Monteiro, there have been numerous instances where Gerald Koh has shown his dedication to his listeners.


Between 2011 and 2012, Gerald Koh had the opportunity to interview One Direction. He declined Sony Music Singapore’s initial offer but proposed if he could bring 2 listeners along with him. Within 3 weeks, Gerald Koh conceptualised a campaign plan which resulted in two listeners becoming the first fans in Asia to meet the band.[38][39] He has also brought a picnic basket to a listener’s house when he discovered that she could not attend a 987 Picnic in the Park event due to an operation the previous day.[40]

Hosting (Events)[41]

Gerald Koh and Kimberly Wang visit various schools in Singapore under the video segment, '#987VisitMyCanteen'. Screengrab from 987FM's Facebook video.
In 2018, Gerald Koh and Kimberly Wang were the hosts for Clarke Quay's Countdown Block Party. Photo from Pantone Canvas.

In addition to hosting product and media preview event launches, Gerald Koh has hosted visits to schools. Through outreach events like the '987 School Invasion' and '987 Visit My Canteen', Gerald has visited Peirce Secondary School and Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary).[42][43]

Year Event
2019 Samsung Galaxy Note 10 event[44]
Mabel - Mad Love Showcase at Capital Zouk Singapore[45]
HallyuPopFest[46][47]
100PLUS Zero Noraebang Challenge[48][49]
Samsung Galaxy S10+ launch at Resorts World Sentosa[50]
2018 New Year’s Eve Clarke Quay Countdown Block Party[51]
'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' media preview and photo-op booth at Raffles City[52]
2017 Clarke Quay - A Wander Soireé: Countdown by the Quay[53]
Singapore Media Festival DAY OUT at Clarke Quay[54]
MDIS Open House[55]
Pac-Man and The Ghostly Adventures challenge at Yew Tee Point[56]
2016 Singtel's new service plan, 'DataX3' launch at Marina Bay Sands[57]
2015 'Battlestar Galactica' ride re-opening at Universal Studios, Resorts World Sentosa
NTU Fest[58]
2014 New Year’s Eve Countdown Party at Clarke Quay[59]
One Direction Carnival at Gardens by the Bay
Levi’s Gives You $100 For Your Old Jeans
Singtel 'Kissathon'
NTU Fest at the Padang[60]
2013 Scape Collision New Year’s Eve Countdown Party
Justin Bieber Fest
Temasek Polytechnic Open House
Cathay Cineleisure KickAss movie event[61]
2012 The Straits Times Appreciates Readers (Star) Concert[62]
Escape to “Hell”oween at D’Marquee, Downtown East
Singapore Scouts Association Centennial Ceremony
One Direction Up All Night DVD Premiere Screening at Festive Grand Theatre
2011 Health Promotion Board Anti-Smoking School Tours (40 schools)
The Wanted Autograph Session at Bugis Junction
FairPrice Extravaganza at Jurong Point
2010 New Year’s Eve Countdown Party[63]
OCBC Cycle Singapore
Breadtalk’s Birthday Celebration (across various malls)
High School Musical Meet and Greet at Courts Megastore
2009 People’s Association, Passion Run 2009
Nuyou and Her World Longest Catwalk at Orchard Road
Yio Chu Kang CC Valentine’s Dinner and Dance
2008 Citibank Milk Run 2008

Media appearances & collaborations

Year Event/ Appearance
2018 Guest appearance on Body And Soul Season 6 - Episode 8
Marvel, Avengers Infinity War media preview[64]
2017 8 Days magazine full page write-up[65]
2016 Toggle Euro 2016 promotional video[66]
8 Days magazine, Travel section feature[67]
2012 Wreck-It Ralph - Fix-It Felix JR Challenge at Bugis Junction[68]
2009 BeatsWork samba performance on May Day for President S R Nathan[69]
One Litre Charity Challenge[70]

Guinness World Record (2013)

On 23 August 2013, it was confirmed that Gerald Koh and Adam Piperdy had set a world record for the longest marathon radio music show by a duo.[71] The show lasted over three days starting from 20 March 2013. The duo clocked a total of 77 hours and 11 minutes, beating the previous record of 74 hours and 3 minutes by a British radio station.[72][73][74][75]


At the time, both Gerald and Adam were working for HOT FM 91.3. They hosted the live show inside a glass container at Plaza Singapura. Their feat won them a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. Since then, the record has been challenged and broken by various radio talk show hosts around the globe.[76]

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