Peter Robbins joins host David Twichell to discuss the “ridicule factor” that has been associated with the UFO phenomenon at least since 1947. Peter has more that thirty-five years’ experience as a writer, researcher, investigator, lecturer and author. He is a regular fixture on radio shows in the US and the UK and has appeared as a guest on and been consultant to numerous TV programs and documentaries. Peter is co-author (along with Larry Warren) of the best-selling book, Left at East Gate: A First-Hand Account of the Rendlesham Forest UFO Incident, Its Cover-Up and Investigation.
Ever wonder what faces go with those voices you hear on WHFR? Find out at Saturday's Meet the DJ event at the Oakwood Bar & Grille, 17621 Oakwood Blvd., (Oakwood at the Southfield Freeway) 8pm - 2am.
Saturday's Line Up:
8:00pm -- Big Band with Joe Sullivan
8:30pm -- Gospel with Andy Parks
9:00pm -- Rockin' Blues with Go Mike Holloway
9:30pm -- Metal with Murdock
10:00pm -- Funk with Marc Anthony
10:30pm -- Music Variety with DaDiva
11:00pm -- Jazz with DaDiva
11:30pm -- Blues with Silky Smooth
12:00am -- Techno with Mr. Camo
12:30am -- Music Variety with Omni 646
Tune in when host Missy J gets things moving with her new Saturday evening show: "This is the House that Jack Swing Built." Remember the clubs, the music and especially that beat? It's all here on WHFR every Saturday from 6pm - 8pm. Talk about Making Waves!
A sincere thank you to all who made Radiothon 2016 successful! Whether you called in or pledged online, we truly appreciate your generosity!!
Thanks to the DJs who worked hard to make the shows special by teaming with other DJs, hosting guests, conducting interviews, etc.. Special thanks to Scott Boatright and Alan Contino for many many hours of work to make a week's worth of Motor Live Drive @ 5 shows a reality!
Stay tuned to find out who wins that beautiful Ford vehicle for a weekend.
More special programming during our Radiothon 2016 Pledge Drive (Have you made your pledge yet?): Going to the best source for your questions about Dearborn, today's Journal welcomes Dearborn Mayor Jack O'Reilly to our studio. Remember, after broadcast, this show will be archived on this website for listening any time; click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date). And remember your donation, too! We can't do this without YOU.
Have you tuned in to Radiothon 2016 -- this week through Saturday April 23?
WHFR asks for your support once per year. That week is Radiothon. This Radiation is one of the most inventive, creative and just plain fun Radiothons yet!!
Tune in everyday at 5pm for the Radiothon Motor show of the day. Today you'll hear Sean Blackman with world jazz, Thursday is Feeble.Curses with indie, Friday rocks with Dale Robertson's blues and Saturday's Zotz wraps up the week with punk.
Listen for incentives at various giving levels, along with special incentives from your favorite DJs.
Henry Ford College Radio WHFR proudly presents Radiothon 2016 Kick-Off FUNdraiser 9pm THIS Saturday April 16
Don't miss the Blues Jam at the New Place Lounge 9pm, Saturday April 16. You are invited to join us for a night of fun with your favorite WHFR Deejays as Sam the Singing Sax Man takes the stage to call up some of the Detroit area's finest musicians to play for your blues-listening pleasure. This is WHFR's first event in conjunction with Radiothon 2016, our once per year week-long pledge drive to raise funds needed to continue excellence in our broadcast at 89.3fm WHFR.FM. Each year the station needs to raise over 60% of our operating costs.
There's A New Service on Campus for HFC Students Needing Food -- Learn About it on IMPACT! Tuesday April 12 at 1pm
Hey, all you rock/country/blues fans: Jennifer Westwood will be performing in the WHFR studio today. In the upcoming Detroit Music Awards, she is nominated in the Outstanding Country Artist/Group (Jennifer Westwood & the Handsome Devils) and Outstanding Country Vocalist categories. Join host Kitty Luv for the best in blues and local artists!
Please join us on campus Saturday for this celebration of spirit and life! Enjoy a variety of vendors, including readers and bodyworkers, plus live music, great inexpensive food, informative speakers, and our labyrinth room, all inside our Student Center--a.k.a. building M. Admission is only $5 per person--all going to support the mission of WHFR.FM. And, free parking!