Two challenging podcasts are selected for this week: (1) "How Biased Is Your Media?" from Freakonomics Radio (Stephen J. Dubner)--When it comes to politics and media, the left argues that the right is more biased than the left while the right argues that the left is more biased than the right. Who’s right?.
It is with deep sadness that we share the news that our own WHFR staff member James Grant, respected staff member and host of the Wednesday morning 10am "Urban Rock Radio" show, passed away unexpectedly Thursday. In what was to be his final show on the air the previous morning, James was his usual professional, happy and positive self, excited to share his love of music with everyone. We will be presenting our own version of "Urban Rock Radio" for the last time this Wednesday, February 29th, at 10am with some of our own WHFR staff members paying tribute in James' memory. Please listen.
WHFR General Manager
Host Margaret King Ahmed presents another important discussion about our children, our families, and our schools. Also available as a podcast from this website anytime after broadcast.
Author / Handwriting Analyst / Yoga Teacher / Dream Expert Cindy Gray Discusses New Book on Metaphysically Speaking -- Tuesday, February 21, 1pm-2pm
Join host Mike Holloway when he welcomes author Cindy Gray as she unveils her new book, . They'll also explore yoga practices which enhance your strength and agility.
Tune tomorrow at 1pm for this fascinating discussion.
The Oscars will be announced next Sunday. But the winners are often criticized as being trivial, just cheap thrills. But are there some movies that tackle the bigger philosophical questions? With the help of listeners and special guests, John Perry and Ken Taylor, two Sanford U. philosophy professors, turn a philosophical eye to the past year's cinematic offerings, and present their 4th annual Dionysus Awards for the most philosophically-rich films of the past year in this episode of "Philosophy Talk." Also, "EarthSky 8" presents an interview with Joseph DeSimone.
Mardis Gras is one of the biggest parties of the year and "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will celebrate it this week in its own unique way. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, February 16 at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
In this world of constant "social media," what about an individual's Right to Privacy?--the topic for today's episode of "Philosophy Talk," hosted by philosophy professors from Sanford University. Also, Stephen Dubner again challenges our assumptions about the world in a mini-episode of "Freakonomics Radio"--Does This Recession Make me Look Fat? (Can't listen at this time? All WHFR Forum and Journal shows are always available immediately after broadcast as a podcast from this website.)
Make Sure You Tune into the Annual Mrs. Robinson Will Oldham Valetine's Special from 9-Midnight Sunday Feb 12
It is almost Valentine's Day and Mrs. Robinson has her annual Valentine's treat for you during the One Plus One Show - The Annual Mrs. Robinson Will Oldham Valentine's Special! From 9-midnight on Sunday Feb 12, Mrs. Robinson will be playing a variety of Will Oldham related music (Bonnie Prince Billy, Palace Brothers, etc) and Will has promised to call in sometime during the show. If you have questions you want to have Mrs. Robinson ask Will Oldham or any requests for something for Mrs. Robinson to play, please send this info to email@example.com by 5pm Sunday Feb 12 (extended from noon) or you can post a comment on the Facebook event:
Happy Valentine's Day from Mrs. Robinson and Will Oldham!
"Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will celebrate Valentine's Day this week. Join special guest Bert Philbert on Thursday, February 9 at 10:00 AM for his special look at this romantic holiday!
Mack Maloney is the author of 40 books and counting, including two bestsellers. Most of his books have been historical fiction dealing with the US military and wartime scenarios, such as the "Wingman" series and now "The Pirate Hunters," but his latest book is non-fiction, entitled “UFOs in Wartime: What They Didn’t Want You to Know”. Join host David Twichell and listen for war stories you probably have never heard before. Also available as a podcast from this website anytime after broadcast.