WHFR News

5-30-17, 1-2 PM: "Foodies On the Fifth"

What's cookin' in Henry Ford College's "5101 Restaurant" kitchen? Lots!! Find out about the new pasta machines, wood-fired hearth, and other equipment. You can visit HFC Culinary at Eastern Market. Learn about Camp Henry and hear about the grads who just received a four-year degree from HFC! Lots to discuss -- so tune in when Host Lynn welcomes Chef Joseph Cosenza. Remember, if you miss the broadcst, you can catch the podcast. Just go to: whfr.fm--Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum, then select the date (May 30, 2017).

5-16-17, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum--"Metaphysically Speaking"

Be sure to tune in for the next edition of "Metaphysically Speaking" when host Mike Holloway welcomes his special guest Sister Malikha Martin who refers to herself as a psychic consultant and prophetess. Join Sister Malikha and Mike as they discuss the many spiritual modalities she uses to benefit others. They also talk about her psychic and professional journey through life. Be sure to enjoy this fascinatingly riveting interview. Remember, this show is archived on this website as a podcast for listening anytime after broadcast; click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--select date.

5-9-17, 1-2 PM: IMPACT!

Join host Lynn as she welcomes the Dearborn Library to IMPACT! Learn about summer programs for all ages. We'll also discuss how the recently-passed millage has enabled Dearborn libraries to provide Saturday hours this summer. Remember, if you miss the broadcast, you can catch the podcast. Go to whfr.fm, Talk Shows, Tuesday Forum, and select the May 9, 2017 date.

5-2-17, 1-2 PM: "We Are Not Alone"

Dr. Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, passed away on February 4, 2016. We were fortunate to have had him on this show on October 5, 2016. In honor and remembrance of Dr. Mitchell, we are re-airing that interview. Dr. Mitchell recounts his historic moon walk, divulges a little of his family history and reiterates what he had been saying for years – the fact that we are not alone in the universe. Please join us to relive his famous words. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast. Go to http://whfr.fm/ : click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).

4-21-17, 1-2 PM: "The New WHFR Journal"--Dave Norwood

So, Earth Day 2017 is Saturday, April 22, and it's time to again ask ourselves: How and what are we doing--for the planet and for ourselves? Dearborn's Sustainability Coordinator, Dave Norwood, is our special guest and will update us on the situation on Dearborn and new initiatives to improve our environment and our lives. This show will be available as a podcast on this website to listen to anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--select date.

4-4-17, 1-2 PM: Tuesday Forum--"We Are Not Alone"

David Twichell’s guest today is Dr. Bill Wickersham, an educational psychologist and peace educator. He has co-authored the book “Confronting Nuclear War: The Role of Education, Religion and the Community” with Jared Gassen, and authored “UFO Commentary: Reality, Cover-up, and Disclosure,” which is a compilation of the findings of UFO researchers over the past few decades. This is show will also be available as a podcast from this website, for listening anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--select date.

3-25-17: Live Blues at New Place Lounge in West Dearborn, 9 PM to Midnight

As part of Radiothon 2017 fundraising--but off-air--WHFR presents LIVE at the New Place Lounge, 22723 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, from 9 PM to Midnight, THREE great local blues bands for only a $5/person donation: Ray Kaan's Detroit Trouble, The Garden of Soul, and--just added--Nicholas Tabarias. Cash bar and food available; 21 and older, please. Support WHFR-FM and have a fun evening!

3-24-17, 1-2 PM: "The New WHFR Journal" with Dearborn Mayor Jack O'Reilly

During our annual pledge, we invite Dearborn's Mayor to answer questions about and comment on the last year's events and initiatives in our city. This year, his State of the City presentation was actually five 10-minute video presentations available on the City website and Facebook pages; the audio portion of these was presented on the Journal on Feb. 17, 2017. Both the SOTC show and today's interview will be available as a podcast on this website for listening any time: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--select date.

3-19-17 thru 3-25-17, Live from Studio J

Listen this week for a special treat for our loyal listeners.Every day at 4-5 P.M.there will be a live in studio performance in the genre of the show that airs at that time. Hear Audra Kubat and Friends on Sunday, Ray Kaan's Detroit Trouble on Monday, Gary Adams' This is Now on Tuesday, RJ Spangler's band on Wednesday, Fate of Misery on Thursday, the Jeff Hoagland Band on Friday, and Freakbox on Saturday. Check the schedule grid for more details. From the station truly supporting local music for 32 years, whfr.fm! Program Director and Host of Live from Studio J- Scott Boatright.

3-7-17, 1-2: Tuesday Forum: "We Are Not Alone"

Paola Harris joins host David Twichell. Ms. Harris is an Italo-American photojournalist and investigative reporter in the field of extraterrestrial related phenomena research, and also an author and free-lance writer. Paola has lectured all over the world and has been interviewed for many TV and radio shows. Among other things, we will be discussing her latest book “UFOs: All the Above and Beyond”. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).