Canadian journalist and author Bob Mitchell joins host David Twichell to discuss his new book, “What if: Close Encounters of the Unusual Kind.” He’s the author of seven books, including two others on UFOs: “Incident at Pleasant Ridge – a Canadian UFO Mystery” and “Intrusion -Alien Encounters.” He is also a field investigator for MUFON based in Ontario and an executive with MUFON Canada. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
What's Happening In HFC's Culinary Arts? Chef Jeffrey Lau and Culinary Student Steve Dobkowski Let You Know Tuesday May 31 at 1pm on Foodies on the Fifth
Camp Henry gives students an opportunity to learn cooking and baking techniques. Hear all about the program from Chef Lau. We'll also talk about the International Luncheon Buffets offered by the 5101 Restaurant -- a wonderful way to conclude the school year. Steve Dobkowski brings us up to date on an exciting volunteer program which pairs culinary students and community projects. So tune in Tuesday May 31 at 1pm when Chef Lau and Steve join host Lynn for Foodies on the Fifth. Remember, Foodies on the Fifth airs the fifth Tuesday of the month right here on WHFR!
Three candidates are on the August 2nd Primary Election ballot for 19th District judge--with the top two for this office to compete in the November 8th General election. Today's show includes a 30-minute interview with one of these: Gene Hunt, local lawyer for 30 years. Remember, you can listen to this show as a podcast from this website any time after broadcast: click on Talk shows, then WHFR Journal, then select the show's date.
One of the most prolific songwriters and poets in the history of modern music celebrates his 75th birthday Tuesday May 24. Bob Dylan's music and genius is featured for the entire two hours of the Rollin' and Tumblin' program this Tuesday from 4pm-6pm. Join host Pat Frisco as Bob's music and covers of his songs monopolize the airwaves in celebration! Tune in to the party right here on WHFR.FM the station making waves.
Psychic Courtney Overfield Describes Her Gifts and Abilities on the Next Edition of Metaphysically Speaking Tuesday May 17 at 1pm
Join host Mike Holloway as he welcomes psychic Courtney Overfield to the May edition of Metaphysically Speaking. Courtney recognized she was psychically gifted at an early age and enhanced her gift with a psychic education. They discuss Courtney's use of tarot cards and crystal balls. Courtney describes how much she enjoys what she does and how she helps people improve their lives. So tune in Tuesday May 17 at 1pm for Metaphysically Speaking. Remember, if you miss the broadcast, you can always listen to the podcast. Just go to Tuesday talk at whfr.fm.
Try something new with "Songwriter's Symposium" premiering tomorrow afternoon with DJ Jonathan Weigel. From 5pm - 7pm you'll hear music and talk about singer-songwriters and the songs they craft. That's "Songwriter's Symposium" Sundays 5pm - 7pm right here on WHFR.FM -- the station making waves.
Host Tom Wilson will have a special interview by phone with Morton Subotnick, pioneer of electronic music, and play many examples of his work. Subotnick will be performing live in Detroit on May 29th as part of the Trip Metal Festival.
Looking for a new path to follow fresh, new, and exciting indie? Tune in to Alternate Route Fridays 10pm - midnight with your hosts Kailey & Dallas. You'll get the 411 on concerts, CD releases and behind-the-scene scoops on the artists. Try something new when you tune in Fridays 10pm - midnight, with the Alternate Route right here on WHFR.FM.
Meet Mike Emory, Founder of the Victory Gym on a Special IMPACT! Show Dedicated to Veterans Tuesday. May 10, 1pm - 2pm
A place for military veterans to workout and socialize is what Mike Emory's Victory Gym in Brownstone Township is all about. The club is a non-profit venture where there is no charge for first responders or any veteran who shows discharge papers from military service. Those who are not veterans also are welcome to use the facility for a monthly fee. The health club also serves as a place to hold meetings, engage in art therapy and explore martial arts. Joining the discussion is WHFR's own Veteran Mark Sheeler with first-hand experiences from the gym.