"Theme Attic" plays songs about peace to recognize the "International Day of Peace," Thursday, 10-Noon, September, 15th!

The "International Day of Peace" takes place on September 21st. "Theme Attic", the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects will focus on "peace songs" this week to draw attention to this important date. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, September 15th at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!

Monday FORUM, 9-12-11, 6-7 PM: Skepticality--"Extreme Fear"

"Skepticality" is a frequent podcast produced by The Skeptics Society, founded by professor and author Michael Schermer. Fear is a complex and a mysterious force that can, at times, sabotage our ability to think clearly, drive us to blind panic, or give us seemingly superhuman speed, strength, and powers of perception.

Summer Leftovers on this week's "Theme Attic" show, Thursday, 10-Noon, September, 8th!

Summer's over??? Well, "Theme Attic", the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, disagrees. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, September 8th at 10:00 AM as he refuses to let go of summer...for at least one more week. Tune in to hear his clever and unusual takes on music!

Blues man Robert Penn on The Motor Live Drive @ 5, Thursday Sept. 8 at 5:00 pm

This week on the Motor Live Drive @ 5 we have Robert Penn a Motor City master of blues, jazz and soul.

Bill Weber will guest on WE ARE NOT ALONE Tuesday Sept 6 from 1-2pm

Bill Weber is a Field Investigator for The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). Weber supports MUFON through participation in their Pennsylvania State UFO conferences and will be speaking there this October on the subject of UFOs and Technology. Weber has been the State Section Director for the 13 counties representing South-Eastern Pennsylvania since January of 2010. His background is in Electrical Engineering where, as a designer, he holds 3 U.S. Patents. Have some of our technologies been back engineered from crashed UFOs? Join us Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 1:00 PM to listen in on the discussion.

Monday FORUM, 9-5-11, 6-7 PM: Freakonomics Radio--"The Suicide Paradox"

There are more than twice as many suicides as murders in the U.S., but suicide attracts far less scrutiny. This current episode of Freakonomics Radio, hosted by economist and bestselling author Stephen J. Dubner, ("Freakonomics") digs through the numbers and finds all kinds of surprises, supported by psychology professor David Lester, considered to be "the dean of suicide studies."

Paul Miles on the Motor Live Drive @ Five Thursday (Sept 1)

Paul Miles is a true Motor City Blues Man. Driving all night from a gig in Indiana, he's up and on the scene to bring you the blues this afternoon. Besides being on the Motor Live Drive @ Five he will be performing at the Rochester Farmers Market Saturday and at the Arts, Beats & Eats on Sunday, Pepsi Stage, 11:00 am. Make sure you listen to the Motor Live Drive @ Five enjoy an hour of upbeat blues and there will be some CDs given away.

Motor Live Drive @ Five features a live local artist every Thursday at 5pm on WHFR.FM or if you miss our a performance you can check out past Motor Live Drive @ Five performances via our podcasts by pressing the "Musical Performances" button on the top of this page.

"Theme Attic" salutes workers in a special Labor Day show on Thursday, 10-Noon, September, 1st

For Labor Day weekend, "Theme Attic", the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will feature songs about working people and other job related topics! Join host DJ Phil Maq, on live right now, for his clever and unusual takes on music!

Tuesday FORUM, 8-30-11, 1-2 PM: Dearborn Heights News & Views

"Dearborn Heights News & Views" host Ned Apigian, Dearborn Heights Councilman, interviews Diane Webb, Wayne County Commissioner.

Monday FORUM, 8-29-11, 6-7 PM: Philosophy Talk and EarthSky 8

"Philosophy Talk: Health Care--Right or Privilege?" What is it? Do we have a right to healthcare, and to good high quality healthcare, in any precise and defensible sense? Or is the "right to healthcare" just a nice way to say it would be very nice if everyone had healthcare? Ken and John take a philosophical lens to the alleged right to healthcare and health insurance with Laurence Baker from the Center for Health Policy at Stanford University.

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