Linda Sites and Mary Badham on "No Boys A-Loud" -- Noon-2pm, Saturday, January 8

Whatever happened to "Scout" from the 1962 film "To Kill A Mockingbird?" Her name is Mary Badham; she is an art restorer; and she's at the Redford Theatre Friday, January 14 and Saturday, Janueary 15.

Linda Sites of the Redford Theatre has lots of interesting facts and history about the Beautiful Redford Theatre and the Motor City Theatre Organ Society to share.

Join host Lynn when she welcomes both women to this Saturday's "No Boys A-Loud" from noon to 2pm right here on WHFR!

Tune in for "BEST OF 2010!" Jan 2nd-8th. All shows participate in giving you their take on the best of last year!

WHFR celebrates the past year with "Best of 2010" week January 2nd-8th, 2011. Each of our DJs will share their own favorites from 2010, including their favorite artists, songs, albums,and more. Be sure to tune in and help WHFR ring in the New Year while taking a peek back at 2010!

"Leslie Kean" featured on "We Are Not Alone", 1pm-2pm Tuesday, January 4th

Leslie Kean joins host David Twichell in this episode of We Are Not
Alone. Kean began publishing on the UFO subject in 2000, when her
feature story about the French *COMETA Report* appeared in the Boston

"Jill Jack" special guest on Acoustic Alternatives--Sunday, 10am-1pm, January 2nd

Jill’s career is firmly founded on that deep abiding current of empathy and excitement between her and the audience, the warmth and generosity that flows both ways during a show. Her genre-blending style of folk, rock, country, Americana and just plain good songwriting reaches out and connects wherever she goes. Jill has also worked with the burgeoning Michigan film scene both as an actor and as a soundtrack contributor.

"Best of 2010" theme week----Jan 2nd-8th---All Show Times

WHFR celebrates the past year with "Best of 2010" week January 2nd-8th, 2011. Each of our DJs will share their own favorites from 2010, including their favorite artists, songs, albums,and more. Be sure to tune in and help WHFR ring in the New Year while taking a peek back at 2010!

Best of 2010 on "No Boys A-Loud" -- noon-2pm, Saturday, January 1

Join host Lynn as she welcomes in 2011 with a tribute to 2010.

We'll reflect on the music, guests and events of 2010 -- with a special nod to some helpful recipes for the day.

Tune in to "No Boys A-Loud" at noon tomorrow.

Happy Happy New Year!!

"Leonardo" LIVE on "Motor Live Drive @ 5", Thursday 5-6pm, December 30th

Listen to a LIVE performance of Leonardo with acoustic country blues on National steel guitar. December 30th, 5-6pm on "Motor Live Drive @ 5"

"Winter Season Celebration!" December 24th & 25th

WINTER SEASON CELEBRATION!
As you celebrate the holiday season with friends and family, keep tuned into 89.3fm whfr.fm and celebrate with us as well! On December 24th and December 25th we give our regular shows a break, but we put on our holiday cheer and record several exciting hours of special shows where our DJs pick their favorite holiday songs, and share their favorite memories and traditions. You are sure to hear something to make you laugh, feel warm and fuzzy, or you may even learn something new. We wish you a very merry holiday season!

"Red Pepper" Paul & The Hot Tamales LIVE on "Motor Live Drive @ 5" Thursday, 5-6pm, December 23rd

Jam with us during a LIVE performance by Paul Carey and The Hot Tamales, Red hot blues featuring James Cloyd on bass, and Cee Cee Colins on Vocals. Tune in Thursday, 5-6pm, on December 23rd for another great Motor Live Drive @5!

25 YEARS!--Happy Birthday WHFR!

WHFR-FM began regular broadcasting on Dec. 20, 1985. Now streaming on the internet, accessible to computers and smartphones everywhere, with many shows archived regularly to our website, WHFR is a miracle of local involvement, initiative, and service.

I remember that first day at the transmitter atop the Liberal Arts Building at HFCC when we flipped the switch on: just as snowy and cold as today--but we could feel the excitement beginning. Thanks to all our loyal listeners and community supporters along the way!

Jay Korinek, WHFR Station Advisor (1976 to present)

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