WHFR News

College Radio Day themed broadcast will air in place of WHFR Journal this Friday

As a part of WHFR's participation in College Radio day 2019, WHFR will be airing special programming themed around college radio. This will be aired at 1 PM October 4th, in place of the WHFR Journal.

Celebrate College Radio Day October 4th!

Join with WHFR (89.3 FM & whfr.fm) to celebrate College Radio Day. WHFR along with 485 other college radio stations will be participating in College Radio Day events themed around "Hear it first on college radio." College radio is the place where you can find the artists you won't find anywhere else, the local news coverage you won't find anywhere else and programming in general you just won't find anywhere else. The 2019 official ambassadors of College Radio Day are the Black Keys.

10-01-19: 12 - 1 PM: Tuesday Forum. We Are Not Alone.

Mr. Dan Wright is a return guest to We Are Not Alone. On Tuesday, October 1 we will discuss his most recent book, “The CIA/UFO Papers”. These declassified files were a gift from the outgoing President Barack Obama released in his final days as president. Listen in on never before heard UFO sightings by civilians and Air Force personnel alike. That’s Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019 at 12PM for more truths involving the UFO phenomenon. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date)

Impact!- Kids-TALK Children's Advocacy Center

The Kids-Talk Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) is a community-based program that serves children through 17 years of age, providing comprehensive treatment to suspected child victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, or other forms of psychological trauma. The Kid's-Talk CAC utilizes a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to coordinate the investigation, assessment, treatment, and prevention of child abuse in Wayne County.

Bill Scorzari This Sunday On Songwriter's Symposium!

Tune this Sunday at 5 when host Jonathan Weigel sits down with Bill Scorzari to talk about his upcoming album "Now I'm Free" and have a performance in studio.

09-03-19: 12 - 1 PM: Tuesday Forum. We Are Not Alone.

Thom Reed has been in the public’s eye since he, along with his brother, mother and grandmother were abducted in 1969 in Sheffield, Massachusetts. The Reed Incident made new headlines in 2015 when it became the Nation’s first UFO encounter to be officially inducted into the archives of the United States, as "Historically Significant and True". Here the whole story from Thom himself on We Are Not Alone, Tuesday, September 3 at 12 noon. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).

Tommy Castro this Friday with Mike Holloway!

Blues rocker extraordinaire and Alligator recording artist, Tommy Castro will be doing a live in studio interview on the next edition of "The Go with the Flow, Mike Holloway Show" this Friday August 23rd 4 to 6 pm! Be sure to tune in for an enjoyable, informative and enlightening conversation with Tommy and Mike. Don't miss it!

Rollin' and Tumblin' Invades Noise Pollution to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock!

Join host Pat Frisco as he plays music from the festival that changed music and culture forever! Celebrate with us for 4 hours of music that was played at the festival, this Sunday starting at 1 pm!

08-06-19: 12 - 1 PM: Tuesday Forum. We Are Not Alone.

Jennifer Stein is the producer of the excellent documentary “Travis: the true story of Travis Walton”, which is the subject of the book and movie “Fire in the Sky”. She is a filmmaker, researcher writer, and entrepreneur, as well as the state section director for Pennsylvania MUFON. Jennifer joins us on Tuesday, Aug. 6 at 12 noon to discuss her latest research and help celebrate We Are Not Alone’s 13th anniversary. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).

21st Annual Homelessness Marathon Starts at 10 am!

The 21st Annual Homelessness Marathon will air from 10am to midnight Eastern
time today! Founded in 1998, the broadcast will be
carried by about 40 non-commercial radio stations coast-to-coast. This year's
broadcast has been produced in conjunction with WMBR, the radio station of MIT.

The Marathon will have many, many interesting guests (a schedule is
attached). These will include Cambridge Mayor Marc McGovern; Cheri Honkala,
head of the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign; Mass. State Rep. Mike
Connolly and Poor People's Campaign co-chair Rev. Liz Theoharis.