The WOW Club
The WOW Club is inclusive space for people and ideas that all have that mysterious indefinable WOW factor!From thought-leaders, to academics, personalities to icons-in-the making, host Michelle Martin, searches for a diverse and intellectually stimulating spread of ideas and individuals to enrich the minds of women of worth. You can be part of the WOW Club everyday from 2-3 pm from Monday's to Friday's on 938LIVE. Get ready, to get wowed!
|1||21/05/13|| Sharon Tang and Mary-Anne Lee|
Two women who are powering the way for a support network for rehoming abandoned dogs speak to Michelle Martin about the pet adoption landscape in Singapore and the challenges they face. Guests: Sharon Tang, Noah's Ark Cares and Mary-Anne Lee, Animal Lovers League
|2||14/05/13|| Paddy Hirsch|
Michelle Martin gets a crash course in what makes markets tick with her guest Paddy Hirsch the creator of the acclaimed and popular Marketplace Whiteboard, which was a Webby honoree in 2009. The man behind the new business book, Man vs. Markets will help us with his trademark common sense and wisdom understand the financial engineering behind the global economy.
|3||07/05/13|| Boyd Anderson|
Boyd Anderson, author of Amber Road shares why he thinks 15 February 1942, the surrender of Singapore, the day the British Empire ended was the day that Asia changed forever. If ideas matter to women of worth, Michelle Martin finds out what part Singapore played in one of the true turning points in world history from a man who says the bulk of his research came from the three years he spent years learning about Peranakan culture and life during the war from his wife's family.
|4||30/04/13|| Catherine Devrye|
Michelle Martin speaks with 2010 Australian Keynote Speaker of the Year and the Former Australian Executive Woman of the Year Catherine Devrye to learn how any woman can overcome great odds to achieve success. Michelle also finds out how Catherine's strategies around customer service have have helped Fortune 500 and small companies alike achieve concrete results.
|5||24/04/13|| Lalitha Nithiyanandan|
She's an icon entrepreneur who started her first business at the age of 20. She then went on to set up six business units in 13 countries in the APAC region. The woman behind Business Trends Lalitha Nithiyanandan, the current founder of the Behavioural Consulting Group is Michelle Martin's guest in the Wow Club. She shares tried and tested leadership strategies for women.
|6||17/04/13|| Jennifer Kahnweiler|
This week, author of 'Quiet Influence', Dr. Jennifer Kahnweiler, shares with Michelle on how introverted women can better empower themselves in the working world.
|7||10/04/13|| Lucy Beresford|
She's a prominent clinical psychologist, novelist and broadcaster. Lucy Beresford talks about her new book "Happy Relationships" with Michelle Martin who finds out why respect and healthy self-esteem are the foundations for excellent relationships in any field.
|8||03/04/13|| Quek Sue Yian|
She is a publisher with a passion. Quek Sue Yian is the woman behind a movement where a needy child gets a book everytime a book is purchased within the "One-for-One Network" is Michelle Martin's guest.
|9||26/03/13|| Adeline Yeo|
Janice Teo, who sits in for Michelle Martin she finds out why Adeline Yeo, the woman behind the newly released book "VIVA, Life Illuminated" walked away from a thriving public relations career to follow what she describes as a "calling" to the creative life.
|10||19/03/13|| Dr John Van Epp|
Michelle Martin finds out how we can all stop dating jerks (and jerketts) with Dr John Van Epp, the author of "How to Avoid Marrying a Jerk"
|11||12/03/13|| Loo Qingwen Jean and Yang Huiwen|
Five women across Asia are transforming the way the dying are cared for. Michelle invites the two female documentarians behind the movie "After Cicely" Loo Qingwen Jean and Yang Huiwen on the show to learn about the key contemporary female figures driving the hospice movement in Asia.
|12||05/03/13|| Ivy Singh Lim|
She calls herself a "gentle warrior". Michelle Martin invites the fearless farmer and entrepreneur behind Bollywood Veggies Ivy Singh-Lim to share her insights on being a "woman with a warrior's spirit ahead of her presentation at the Singapore Woman's Congress.
|13||01/03/13|| Jean Tay|
Playwright Jean Tay wows us with the about the myth behind the Sisters Island.
|14||28/02/13|| Ang Yong Guan|
Oscar Pistorious, the disabled athlete who allegedly killed his girlfriend may be out on bail, but the world is riveted by the underlying themes of what causes men to kill women. How is jealousy a motivation for homicide? Michelle looks at men who murder with prominent psychologist Ang Yong Guan.
|15||27/02/13|| Ci Ci Chen|
What does it take to climb to the top as a woman in the industry, and what do women want design wise? Are there future trends in design no one can ignore? Ci Ci Chen of Cilion Faytory fills us in.
|16||26/02/13|| Alvin Lee|
He was a C.O.O. who reinvented his life with his children at the dinner table when they dreamt up a social enterprise based on building sandcastles. Alvin Lee has an Industrial Engineering degree from the University of Newcastle and an MBA from Henley Management College. He talks abut how "possibility-thinking" can help anyone re-shape a life.
|17||25/02/13|| Dr Hartini|
Dr Hartini Zainuddin takes on child traffickers and legal amendments with equal zest. The fundraiser, lobbyist and advocate for the rights of children talks about her work to save one child at a time.
|18||22/02/13|| Dr Martha Lee|
What do men need to know about women and intimacy? She is a clinical sexologist and the founder of Eros Coaching. Michelle Martin finds out more about the solutions Dr Martha Lee says we all hold within us to help with barriers to a pleasurable life.
|19||21/02/13|| Dr David Buss|
Dr David Buss is the author of more than 200 scientific articles and has won the (APA) Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology in 1988. Michelle Martin talks to Dr Buss about the evolution of desire in women.
It's an art, dance, sport, game and cultural form all rolled into one. Often described as one of the best workouts for women; Michelle Martin finds out more about Capoeira from the Master Capoerista's from Bantus Capoeira.