IMPACT!, on every fourth Tuesday, will today feature an interview with the Society of Manufacturing Engineers(SME), Managing Director of Workforce and Education, Jeannine Kunz. During the interview we will have the opportunity to gain insights to the changes being made for the manufacturing industry and its workforce. Note: all WHFR talk shows are archived on this website, immediately after broadcast, as a podcast to be listened to anytime. For this show, click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Are the federal and state income taxes the best way to raise operating funds for these governments? Host Jay Korinek welcomes Linda Jolicoeur, spokesperson for Michigan FAIR Tax, for an in-depth discussion of what's wrong with the present system and several possible alternatives. Missed it? All WHFR Journal shows are archived on this website, immediately after broadcast, for listening anytime: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
Gifted tarot card reader, Cristina Jimenez, will be the special guest on this month's edition of "Metaphysically Speaking". Be sure to join host Mike Holloway and Cristina for a wide ranging talk about metaphysics with emphasis on tarot cards and what they can show you in regards to daily life and your future. They discuss what certain cards mean, how Cristina does her readings and much, much more. We would also like to thank Cristina for being a participant at our recent "Festival of Enlightenment Holistic Fair"!
As we are winding down our once a year over-the-air pledge drive, Radiothon 2014, we are still waiting for your pledge of support! We have several great logo incentive items and DJ exclusive incentives as a gift for your donation. You can donate by calling 313-845-9676 or 1-800-585-4322 x9676 (for the studio press option 1). You can donate online (and check out our pledge incentives) by clicking on the donation link below OR the Radiothon 2014 button towards the top of our website. https://foundation.hfcc.edu/whfr
If "What matters to you most is right next door"--as our Station Advisor and Journal host Jay Korinek often says--then this is the day to listen: a full-hour interview with Mayor O'Reilly regarding the latest news on current events in the City as well as status reports about ongoing projects. What's up with the new city hall? with the new train station? business development? city services? taxes? Note: This show will be archived on this website and can be listened to anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
There's alternative rock and there's in yo face, off your seat, hard rocking have a good time music. All the Wild Children hold class today on what makes a band a GREAT act to see live and worthy of your CD/mp3 player. Today they come in to help us raise funds during our Radiothon and we're glad to get up and have a great time with them. Today at 5.
"Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will have as its guest, local musician Chris Emmerson debuting his new unreleased CD, "It's So Easy From Far Away." Join host DJ Phil Maq on Wednesday, April 9th, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music--and also pledge what you can afford!
It is that time for our once a year over the air pledge drive: RADIOTHON 2014 (April 6-April 12). We will still have our normal shows but our DJs and WHFR Staff will be taking sometime throughout the week to ask you to help support our noncommercial educational radio station with a donation to our Radiothon. You can call in (313 845 9676) or you can simply fill out your information online by clicking on your "Radiothon 2014" button at the top of our website. This year were are asking everyone to "Get on Board" and make a donation to WHFR because we are in desperate need of two new broadcast consoles aka "boards". Replacing these broadcast boards will improve our overall sound quality and flow of our radio shows. These boards will cost about $10,000 to replace and we could really use your help. So consider pledging NOW to WHFR.
Power trio shows the energy a tight Detroit band brings when they're tighter than a brand new muscle car! Listen to Real rock, on the only live show making waves.
Host David Twichell interviews Retired Air Force Captain Robert Salas, who spent seven years in active duty from 1964 to 1971. He also held positions at Martin Marietta and Rockwell and spent 21 years at the FAA. In the Air Force, he was an air traffic controller and a missile launch officer as well as an engineer on the Titan 3 missiles. While on duty at Malmstrum AFB in Great Falls, Montana, he was party to a dramatic UFO incursion in March of 1967 where at least 16 of our nuclear missiles became non-operational at two different launch facilities.