Welcome to the Doll Den

The gals of Memphis radio station WGAL thank station Sam Reynolds with a song and dance.

By Andrew Andrews

Sixty years ago, when a woman’s place was in the home, the implementation of something as novel as an all-female radio station would seem quaint by today’s standards. At a time when “women’s issues” meant raising a family and maintaining a household, the only thing controversial about a station with programming by women, for women was the notion that its staff was outside the traditional realm of hospital work and secretarial pools. So what happens when the 1960’s and 70’s come around, with progressive attitudes about civil rights and gender roles? Does the station evolve with the times, or hang on to antiquated values for an aging listener base?

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Andrew Andrews attended Welcome to the Doll Den at The Tank in New York on Sunday, February 19, 2017 @ 7:00pm to write this review.

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