WHFR Pet Week Special Programming Including Special Talk Show and Live Broadcast

WHFR has been celebrating our four legged friends this week with PET WEEK (Feb 16-22) in honor of National Pet Day Thursday Feb 20, 2020. WHFR DJs having been playing pet related music and sharing stories about their pets. On Thursday at 2pm there is a special talk show all about pets. Then on Saurday we have a special LIVE BROADCAST at 2pm from the Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit new MaryAnn Wright Animal Adoption and Education Center. Join Stephanie and Morgan as they talk about the special programs at the FAMD for the month of February and other four legged furry friend stories.

Regular Programming Resumes Sunday January 19,2020

We hope you survived the severe winter weather dumped on the Metro-Detroit area Saturday morning. Now that the snow emergencies have been cancelled and warmer weather is forecasted, regularly scheduled programming will resume on Sunday 1/19/2020.

Enjoy Classical 24 While the HFC Campus is Closed Saturday January 18. 2020

Due to the severe Weather arriving on Saturday January 18, 2020: Henry Ford College is closing the campus. This means WHFR DJs are not allowed on campus to do their shows. So enjoy Classical 24 all day and hopefully regular programming will be up and running on Sunday January 19. Check out website and the WHFR Facebook page if there will be more interruptions to regular programming.

01-07-2020: 12 - 1 PM: Tuesday Forum. We Are Not Alone.

Cheryl Costa is a native of upstate New York who saw her first UFO at age 12. She’s a military veteran and a retired information security professional from the aerospace Industry. She’s been a speaker at the International UFO Congress and the MUFON Symposium. Cheryl writes the UFO column “New York Skies” for SyracuseNewTimes.com. Join the conversation at 12 noon January 7, only on WHFR. Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).

Merry Christmas from WHFR!

As you're listening to WHFR this Christmas, you'll notice some special programming put together by our WHFR staff specifically for your holiday pleasure.

Merry Christmas to all our loyal listeners!

Possible WHFR Early Morning Programming Interruptions Wednesday Dec 11, 2019

WHFR is doing some internal housekeeping of our equipement Wednesday Morning. While this is going on there might be some programming interruptions during Classical 24. We should be back up for regular normal programming by 10am Wednesday.

This Week's Featured Artists on Live From Studio J!

Any Island (surf punk) Detroit, playing PJ's Lager House Friday

Kali Masi (punk) Chicago playing Loving Touch this Thursday

Beach Daisy (rock,pop,folk) Ann Arbor, playing PJ's Saturday

John Penman (indie rock) Birmingham Mi (sold out show!) , Loving Touch next Thursday.

Tallies (indie rock) from Toronto, playing PJ's Wednesday.

Tune in at 4pm to hear from each of these artists!


WHFR is a non commercial, educational radio station and being part of HFC we are a non-profit. While you are donating as part of #GivingTuesday today, give a donation to your favorite radio station, WHFR. Here is the NEW DONATION LINK: https://giving.hfcc.edu/whfr

Thank you for your support of WHFR!

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

Instead of interviewing some expert in Ufology, I thought it only fair to get the perspective of the layman for once. Jennifer Stewart is an instructor at Henry Ford College. She teaches sign language to the deaf and hard of hearing. Outside of her chosen career, she finds the UFO topic of great interest. Studies have shown that the higher the education level of the individual, the more apt they are to accept the fact that we are being visited by a more advanced race of beings.

Thanks to Everyone Who Supported WHFR at Cliff Bell's Last Sunday!

WHFR would like to give it's upmost appreciation to Cliff Bell's for hosting our Jazz Benefit on the 17th of this month, especially to RJ Spangler for his help in finding the musicians to perform and coordinating the event. Also, many thanks to the players that donated their talent that evening. It was a wonderful evening of improvised Jazz, there were many WHFR staff in attendance, and it was a huge success. Here's looking forward to the next one!