Today's Monday FORUM features the current episode of the long-running weekly series, "Philosophy Talk," with hosts Ken Taylor, Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University, and John Perry, Professor of Philosophy at the University of California-Riverside, whose down-to-earth and no-nonsense approach brings the richness of philosophic thought to everyday subjects. Topics are lofty, arresting, and engaging.
This weekend Detroit celebrates the 19th Annual "Concert of Colors" diversity festival. The diverse music includes Japanese, Arabic, American, Irish, Greek, classical, jazz, rock, soul, and so much more!
And WHFR is there! Starting at 3pm Saturday, July 16, and 5:30pm Sunday, July 17, WHFR takes the music from the Concert of Colors right to your radio!
So tune in to 89.3 this weekend and hear some of the best music from around the globe.
Better yet, come see us at the Max M. Fisher Center. You'll meet some of your favorite WHFR DJs and walk away with great WHFR swag!
Representative George Darany will discuss his first term in office on this week's show. What were the successes? What needs to be changed? What has he learned about the legislative process?
To celebrate this weekend's upcoming "Concert of Colors," "Theme Attic" plays songs about "colors" this week! Thursday, 10-Noon, July, 14th
"Theme Attic", the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will focus on songs about "colors" this week. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, July 14th at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music.
Beginning this Monday, from 6-7 PM, "WHFR Monday Forum" will offer a wide range of talk programming, exclusive to the Detroit area, some of which will be locally produced. The first show will feature the current episode of two different weekly shows produced by The Sierra Club--ecology news--and The Planetary Society--astronomy and space news, but these may change as our Station Advisor, Jay Korinek, finds other equally well-produced and entertaining shows. Your comments and suggestions are always encouraged and welcomed: email@example.com.
"Theme Attic", the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about the selected subjects, will focus on songs about the sun this week. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, July 7th at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music.
All of us here at WHFR.FM hope you and your family are having a great and safe 4th of July weekend. As we move into the summer months, we would like to inform you of some changes to our programing.
- "Mountain Stage" can now be heard on Wednesday's from 6pm-8pm
- "Common Ground" (world music) has moved to Monday's from 12pm-2pm
- "Playing in the Waves" (folk & indie music) has moved to Sunday Morning from 11am-1pm
WHFR has 4 new shows! "Smooth Soul Cafe" (urban & soul music) Sunday's from 1pm-3pm, "Lyrical Infusion" (jazz, world & blues music) Tuesday's from 2pm-4pm, "Swing Time" (swing music) Monday's 2pm-4pm, and "The Rhythmic Ride" (hip-hop, r&b & soul music) on Saturday's from 10pm-12am. We also would like to welcome back Delicate Destruction (metal music) to its new time spot from 8pm-10pm on Saturday's. To see our full updated schedule please go to WHFR Schedule. Enjoy our new shows!
Lemon James visits "No Boys A-Loud" this Saturday with her interpretation of the Woodstock / Hendrix version of the Star Spangled Banner.
Tune in for a kickin' start to the Fourth of July holiday this Saturday, July 2 with host Lynn and "No Boys A-Loud" from noon until 2pm.
Make waves with your red, white, and blue right here on WHFR Dearborn!!
A "Summer Entertainment" special, featuring interviews with James Rollins, author of the nationally-released thriller novel "The Devil Colony," and Celine Danhier, director of the new feature-length documentary "Blank City," about the arts explosion in New York City in the late 70s and 80s. "The Devil Colony" is in bookstores now (and as an ebook via Apple/iBooks, Amazon/Kindle, and Barnes & Noble/Nook), and "Blank City" will be shown at the Detroit Film Theater, at the Detroit Institute of Arts, July 1-3, and July 10.