WHFR Podcasts

The Hit Society

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WHFR Forum Podcast for June 12, 2012

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WHFR Forum

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Monday FORUM, 6-11-12: Sierra Club & Freakonomics

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WHFR Monday Forum

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Two of the best recent podcasts from the internet: Sierra Club Radio from 6-2-12 gives us the latest environmental news, and from Freakonomics Radio, Stephen J. Dubner: "You Eat What You Are, Pt. 2"--the challenge of feeding 7 billion people while protecting the environment.

The New WHFR Journal Podcast for June 8, 2012

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Almost Free

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WHFR Music Podcasts

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WHFR Forum Podcast for June 5, 2012

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WHFR Forum

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WHFR Monday Forum Podcast for June 4, 2012

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WHFR Monday Forum

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WHFR Journal, 6-1-12: Kristyn Taylor

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Today, for the first half hour, an interview with local community activist Kristyn Taylor, who has been a spokesperson for several local advocacy groups, including Save Our Pools. She recently formed a Facebook group: Dearborn Residents for Accountability, which hopes to get more information out to the public on current city issues so we can all give better input to our elected representatives.

Blue Pontiac, a rooty acoustic band

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WHFR Music Podcasts

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Tuesday FORUM, 5-29-12: Heights News & Views wsg/Rep. Bob Constan

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WHFR Forum

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Host Ned Apigian, a Deaborn Heights councilperson, interviews the Michigan State Representative from the Dearborn Heights area, Bob Constan. Representative Constan explains current budget and tax situations and new bills moving through Lansing, as well as his announced new campaign to be the Dearborn Heights area Commissioner for Wayne County.

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