Station Advisor Jay Korinek and Dearborn Heights City Councilman Ned Apigian interview Elisabeth Sobota-Perry, Director of Human Resources of Dearborn Heights. Note: This show can be listened to as a podcast from this website anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
There are more bugs in the world than people, so it seems most appropriate that they get their own show once a year. "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will shine the musical spotlight on some of our favorite--and least favorite insects. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Wednesday, August 7, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
On April 29 to May 3, 2013, the “Citizen Hearing on Disclosure” was held at the prestigious National Press Club in Washington, DC. More than 40 UFO researchers, military witnesses, high ranking political figures and Dr. Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, presented 32 hours of testimony before six former Congressional representatives and one Senator. In this installment of We Are Not Alone, we will hear a few sound bites from some of these witnesses and the ultimate reaction of the distinguished panel members.
It's the 34th annual Dearborn Homecoming Festival--music entertainment, fireworks (Sat. & Sun eves), games, community information, plus carnival rides, food court, and food trucks--and WHFR will be there, too!. The Festival is located at Dearborn's Ford Field in west Dearborn; north from Michigan Avenue at the end of Monroe Street. WHFR will be broadcasting reports several times each hour with Festival information, live from our own tents located just south of the covered bridge leading in to Ford Field.
Live Phone Interview With Australian Rocker, Laura Wilde, on Today's "Theme Attic", July 31, from 10AM-Noon!
Hard rockin' Australian guitarist, Laura Wilde, calls in for a phone chat on "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects. Musical themes featured on today's show will be loosely based on this weekend's Dearborn Homecoming. Join host DJ Phil Maq today, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
From two professors of philosophy at Stanford University, "Philosophy Talk" discusses 'Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times.' Then, from Stephan J. Dubner, a Freakonomics tongue-in-cheek (lump-in-throat?) look at the premise--certainly not ancient--of "A Burger A Day." Remember all WHFR Forum shows can be listened to anytime after broadcast as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Two more candidates for the Dearborn City Council are interviewed today: Colette Richards and Mike Sareini. We give each a separate "fifteen minutes of fame" (Andy Warhol) and let you decide who to vote for--21 choices for the council in the August 6 Primary Election! Previous WHFR Journal Council candidate interviews available on this website as a podcast: June 28: Jane Ahern & Mo Berro, May 17: Kristyn Taylor.
Brazilian Guitarist Kiko Loureiro recorded live in WHFR's studio, and other things on "Theme Attic", Wednesday, July 24, from 10AM-Noon!
Kiko Loureiro, an amazing international guitarist who usually performs with metal band, Angra, takes a quieter approach in this very unusual impromptu in-studio performance airing tomorrow at 11AM. "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will feature more seasonal songs in the first hour. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Wednesday, July 24, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
Our first interview with our college's new president: Dr. Stanley Jensen. Dr. Jensen began here in this position on May 1st of this year--to a surprisingly large deficit, only realized accurately in the few months preceding his appointment. So we'll ask him about his background and experience, how we got into this difficult budget problem, and what are some of the steps that have been taken and still need to be taken. And, how Henry Ford Community College can and will, nonetheless, maintain the educational excellence it's know for.
"Lights Out", with your host Mr. Camo, is the latest show to debut on WHFR. Listen to Mr. Camo as he plays industrial dance, techno, drum & bass, minimal synth, rave and jungle among other similar genres. It's music that is electronic in influence and style with a very edgy feel. Mr. Camo wants to reach out to everyone who prefers a heavy electronic "rebel" style of music. Be sure to check out this powerful new show, "Lights Out" with your host Mr. Camo, every Wednesday afternoon from 2 - 4 p.m. as he presents his selection of electronic music for your listening pleasure!