Joe Kidd & Sheila Burke share Everybody Has A Purpose with Motor Live Drive @5; January 28, 2016

Joe Kidd & Sheila Burke have released Everybody Has A Purpose, and it is our privilege to share this music with you. They've taken this music on the road and honed it such that they will have many stories of having touched people as well as the original intentions and meanings that went into these lyrical children. Join us as Joe and Sheila share backgrounds, insights, and more, on the station making waves. 89.3FM

MLK Day Special Programming 2pm - 4pm

Tune in Monday for a very special two hours of programming dedicated to the memory of Martin Luther King Jr. You'll hear from the people who knew him well and maybe learn a few things you didn't know. That's Monday January 18, MLK Day, right here on WHFR, 89.3fm, from 2pm - 4pm.

How Do Stones and Tuning Forks Help the Healing Process? Find Out on the Next Edition of Metaphysically Speaking 1pm, Tuesday January 19

Tune into the next edition of Metaphysically Speaking when host Mike Holloway and his guests Dave and Chris Wattenberg discuss how to use the vibrations of stones and tuning forks to help heal themselves as well as others. The treatments are believed to restore wholeness and improve the normal flow of energy to assist the body, mind and spirit to heal. That's Metaphysically Speaking, 1pm next Tuesday, January 19. Remember if you miss the broadcast, you can always catch the podcast. Just go to the WHFR webpage and check out Tuesday Talk.

What's a Spartan Nocturne Radio? Find out on Tuesday's IMPACT! at 1pm.

Meet John Reinicke, president of the Michigan Antique Radio Club on the next edition of IMPACT! Tuesday, January12 at 1pm. You'll learn about radios, tubes, and vintage electronics when your host Lynn speaks with John about the radio club, founded October 19, 1985. Tune in your radio -- antique or new -- for IMPACT!, Next Tuesday, January 12 at 1pm. Remember, if you miss the broadcast, you can always catch the podcast at WHFR.FM.

Jo Ann Korczynski, WHFR's Blues Music Director and Host of "Highway 61" (Fridays 2-6 PM) has died

From her son Ed: "Jo Ann Korczynski, age 82, of Dearborn, Michigan,, passed away January 6, 2016. Jo Ann was born November 3, 1933, in Detroit, the daughter of George and Jo (Cessna) Selke. A graduate of Cass Tech, she worked in Hudson’s display department. In 1958, she married Edward M. Korczynski (1932-1996) with whom she shared the joy of music appreciation. She was a professional story-teller.

Jazz Montage Returns!

Jazz Montage, with host LaBeth, returns to the Wednesday line up, 4pm - 6pm Wednesday, January 6.

With a nice variety of jazz music and interesting facts, you'll want to catch Jazz Montage every Wednesday at 4pm. Tune in to the station Making Waves, WHFR 89.3 on your FM dial.

1-5-16, 1-2 PM: "We Are Not Alone"

David's guest today is Michael Geldmacher. Michael has a long list of police-related schools to his credit. He is presently the Director of Security for Botsford Hospital. Michael is also a member of the Michigan chapter of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). His interest in the UFO phenomenon began with his own personal, multi-witness, close encounter sighting when he was 20 years old. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).

Happy New Year!

To all of you from all of us at WHFR we wish you the best of this holiday season and a beautiful 2016!!

Our Gift To You: Winter Season Celebration Shows, Airing 10am Christmas Eve through 10am December 26 -- Happy Holidays!!

Happy Holidays from your friends at WHFR.FM! Enjoy one-hour shows prepared by your favorite DJs. You'll hear Holiday tunes, family stories, even some really bad one-liners. So sit back, relax, and wrap those last-minute gifts to the WHFR Winter Season Celebration shows!

12-22-15, 1-2 PM: IMPACT!

“Changing the national conversation – one quilt at a time.“ The loss from gun violence impacts not only the victims but the community. Director Sandy North and the family members of innocent gun violence victims share how the Remember Me Quilt Project gives a voice to those who were lost to gun violence, by placing these quilts in a traveling public exhibit ( You can listen to this show anytime after broadcast on this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).

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