24 Jul '12, 7am
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A radio station by women, about women, for women? That’s one for the gender equality police. When Capital FM debuted in December 2011, the news made a splash for its highly female-centric position. Boasting a roster of female talents that include stalwarts like acclaimed comedian, Joanne Kam; host and writer, Xandria Ooi and new up-comers like, DJ Patricia K, the entire affair, though well-received, had a tinge of doubt to it. After all, didn’t it just seem this side of gimmicky to draw gender lines for something as communal as a radio station? As it turns out, why yes, we do indeed need something like this. Perhaps it’s the nature of the radio station, but if you’ve ever tuned in you’ll know that no other radio station is quite so attuned to total mind, body and health well-being. And not just for women, mind you, but across all gender divide. While pop culture trivialiti...