Here are the most recent two episodes of the half-hour radio/podcast show from the Sierra Club, the largest pro-environment non-profit organization in the world, including a very active chapter in Michigan. The episode titles are: "Seeds of Hope" and "Getting Money Out of Politics." Remember that you can listen to this hour anytime after broadcast as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday forum--(select date).
It's the eighth anniversary of "We Are Not Alone" on WHFR radio! To honor the event, we will be taking a look back at some of the shows presented since its inception. We will play clips from shows with guests like Dr. Edgar Mitchell, Philip Imbragno, Budd Hopkins, Linda Moulton Howe, Travis Walton and Richard Dolan. Please join us for a look at the UFO phenomenon through the eyes of those whose exhaustive research have helped to expose the truth. Remember after broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Tune in as your host Joe brings the second musical from American legends Rogers & Hammerstein to your listening pleasure.
This is the story of carousel barker Billy Bigelow, whose romance with millworker Julie Jordan comes at the price of both their jobs. Hear timeless classics such as "If I Loved You," "June Is Bustin' Out All Over," and "You'll Never Walk Alone."
Time Magazine's "Best Musical of the 20th Century" brings fun and enjoyment this Tuesday, from 2 to 4p.m. Remember, Joe sent you.
The Detroit Repertory Theater group is profiled--another great local non-profit cultural organization, of the many that we feature every 4th Tuesday at this time. They can make an IMPACT and you can, too, if you know about and support them. Miss the show? You can listen anytime after broadcast from our archive on this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Moog-A-Thon 2014 happens this year here at WHFR on Tom Wilson's "Space Is The Place." Join us from 6 PM to Midnight for an incredible birthday tribute to Dr. Moog. Tom will be joined by Don Preston, of the Mothers of Invention, and Herbert Deutsch, a collaborator of the late Dr. Moog's, who will be calling in during the night to share their remembrances of this great inventor. For more information about this sonic groundbreaker on his 80th birthday, look to his website: http://moogfoundation.org
Some claim that the collapse of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001 was actually caused by a controlled demolition orchestrated by the U.S. government. Dramatic conspiracy theories of this kind are all over the place, but they are often dismissed as crazy. Sometimes, however, they turn out to be true: the NSA, as we have learned, conducted secret surveillance of millions of people for more than ten years. Does this show that we shouldn’t be so dismissive of conspiracy theories after all, or that we simply refuse to accept the existence of coincidence?
In honor of Spring (finally) in Michigan, we interview John Lindenmayer, Advocacy & Policy Director (& Webmaster) for the League of Michigan Bicyclists, a non-profit organization devoted to the advancement of bicycling--for recreation and for commuting--and increasing the safety of bicyclists on the roadways in Michigan. Lots of events, legislation, and future initiatives to help support inexpensive transportation and a more healthy lifestyle!
Mr. Phil Kava is our guest this week. Phil is a Michigan native who, with family and friends, has witnessed UFOs over Lake Michigan and believes that the Lake’s waters, along with other bodies of waters around the world, hold a great attraction for their occupants. He claims that he has developed the ability to summon UFOs through meditation. Mr. Kava was recently featured on an episode of Discovery Channel’s “Uncovering Aliens." He has worked with the late W.C. Levengood in the area of subtle energies which offers strong evidence of a universal consciousness which we may all tap into.
7 Layers! is an ecclectic band with a consistent feel of funk/blues/rock/jam/fusion with a sprinkle of reggae and punk rock. If you haven't caught them live around town, here's 60 good minutes to change that, soon!
IMPACT!, on every fourth Tuesday, will today feature an interview with the Society of Manufacturing Engineers(SME), Managing Director of Workforce and Education, Jeannine Kunz. During the interview we will have the opportunity to gain insights to the changes being made for the manufacturing industry and its workforce. Note: all WHFR talk shows are archived on this website, immediately after broadcast, as a podcast to be listened to anytime. For this show, click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).