I enjoy listening to your station totally when driving, in fact the radio is now tuned to no other station.
hi kelly i used to work at your niteclub in 1973 .its nice to hear you still on the radio.say hello to peter for me.
Loving your music this Saturday morning.
I like the radio station especially when I am driving, however the biggest downfall is you have no playlist so if you want song details you are unable to get them, unlike all the other radio stations. You have the playlist formant but you never use it.
I just bawled my eyes out listening to the lady sing Ava Maria.
Its the only station that give good music
As an expat from Perth working overseas, this is a great way to listen to 101.7 over the internet. It is such a lovely feeling to know about the community even we are thousands of km away from home.
Capital Radio plays the best selection of music if you know what good music is.Its my favorite station and I introduce my friends to this station and they all agree. After listening for over 2 years, I can confidently say you will never hear Phil Collins, or Dire Straits-Money for nothing. The programming is intellectual, informative and unique. Well done. :)
For a radio station, its location has a historical significance. It was the site of the first communications radio in 1912 linking Perth with the rest of Australia and the world.
The concept of creating a radio station dedicated to serving the seniors of Perth emerged in the year 2000. A group of volunteers experienced in community radio had become aware that there was no other radio station in Perth addressing the special interests of this large group of discerning listeners.
So Capital Community Radio, Inc was registered and in October 2000 was granted a temporary Community Broadcast Licence.
In September 2002, the City of Melville agreed to lease to Capital Community Radio its current premise on Wireless Hill , and in May 2003 we were granted the 90.5FM frequency, and started to broadcast to what were a listener base waiting to hear the music that they enjoyed.
Nearly five years later , in January 2008, after proving ourselves , and with wonderful support from what had become a significant number of dedicated listeners , we were granted a permanent Broadcast Licence on the frequency of 90.5FM, still, however, serving only the Perth inner metropolitan area.
At that time we also commenced our “live streaming service” which enabled us to be heard on the Internet around the world ; and apparently, on space stations!
In November 2009 we were successful in our application to move to the vacant 101.7FM frequency, and we commenced broadcasting on that frequency from 1st September 2010 . This allowed us to reach the much wider listening base of the full Perth metropolitan area , and gave us the right to simulcast our FM programmes on theNew Perth Digital (DAB+) Band as from 4th May 2011.
As from 1st September 2015, we have been granted a further term of 5 years on our FM and Digital Broadcast Licence, during which time we will strive to continue to provide you with the music and information that you seek.
Station estimates that some 80,000 to 100,000 listeners now tune in to Capital Radio at various times of the week , and an increasing number are listening on digital radio!