WHFR interrupts our regularly-scheduled programs to bring our listeners the 18th Annual Homelessness Marathon, this year originating LIVE from the streets of our nation's capitol, Washington, DC. Commentary and interviews from researchers, social workers, and the homeless themselves are featured with unique information each hour. Note: This is not a fundraising event but, hopefully, certainly, an awareness-raising experience that will lead to solving the problem of homelessness.
Meet Barbra White, Life Coach, Intuitive and Author, on the Next Edition of Metaphysically Speaking, Tuesday February 16 at 1pm
Join host Mike Holloway and his special guest, life coach, intuitive and author, Barbra White on the next edition of Metaphysically Speaking. Barbra and Mike hold a riveting discussion on how to practice self love to better learn about accepting ourselves as we are and how to apply that to personal relationships. That's Metahysically Speaking, 1pm - 2pm Tuesday February 16. Remember. if you miss the broadcast, you can always catch the podcast -- just go to whrf.fm, Tuesday Talk.
Talented singer/songwriter Matt Dmits comes to the February 11 Motor Live Drive @ 5 to tell you stories with his voice and guitar. The show airs 5pm - 6pm with a podcast available right after. To listen to the podcast, just go to WHFR.FM, the Music Shows button, and select the performance date.
Jermy Alderson is Lynn's special guest on the next edition of IMPACT! Tuesday February 9 at 1pm. Join Lynn when she & Homelessness Marathon founder Jeremy discuss the 18th Homelessness Marathon. This year's broadcast, from Washington D.C., is especially timely considering the recent record-breaking snowfall and its impact on the homeless. The 18th Homelessness Marathon is broadcast in its entirely from 7pm Wednesday February 17 through 9am Thursday February 18. The IMPACT! show is live from 1pm - 2pm then available as a podcast anytime after 2pm.
Friday afternoon blues live on! Highway 61 airs 2pm - 4pm every Friday afternoon with host Kitty Luv. Each week Kitty shares the best of the newest blues offerings from the WHFR collection. Then Friday drive time rocks with The Go With The Flow Mike Holloway Show 4pm - 6pm. Join Mike for those rockin' blues you love and the weekly blues calendar you need!
So tune in every Friday afternoon for four hours of great blues from 2pm - 6pm right here on WHFR the station making waves!!
Tune in when Sam the Sax Man and Luis Hirschlieb with sax and guitar share beautiful music. From jazz to blues to Americana the next edition of Motor Live Drive @ 5, Thursday February 4, is sure to please! You'll enjoy originals and covers like you've never heard before! So join us for Motor Live Drive @ 5pm Thursday February 4, 5pm - 6pm. Remember, if you miss the live show, you can catch the podcast. Just go to WHFR.FM, Music Performances.
Ever wonder about the history of a song? Was the inspiration personal, a world event, or a request? Find out when you tune in to Square One every Wednesday from 2pm - 4pm. Your host, Sam the Sax Man, enlightens you about your favorite songs and introduces you to new favorites on Square One, every Wednesday at 2pm - 4pm right here on the station making waves, WHFR 89.3FM.
Michigan MUFON’s State Director William Konkolesky joins host David Twichell to discuss the 1966 Hillsdale/Ann Arbor Michigan sightings that coined the term “swamp gas”. Bill talks about the upcoming Swamp Gas UFO Conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan on March 19, 2016, which will include UFO researchers Peter Robbins and Grant Cameron. Other Michigan UFO sightings will be discussed as well--331 in Michigan in 2015! Remember after the broadcast this show is available as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
Two special interviews today: Rick Goward, the Director of the HFC Big Band, speaks of their European tour last summer, a new CD, and a concert tomorrow at Ford Community & Performing Arts Center. In the last half of the show, we'll recap the Detroit Auto Show with Eddie Alderman, Editor-In-Chief of magazine. Remember this show is archived as a podcast on this website immediately after broadcast for listening anytime: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
Today's spotlight is on: The Kids-TALK Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC), 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. This show is available as a podcast from this website immediately after broadcast for listening any time: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).