WHFR Podcasts

The New WHFR Journal Podcast for January 27, 2012

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The Koffin Kats a classic three piece psycho-billy combo

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WHFR Music Podcasts

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The Koffin Kats came in to do their last American show before leaving for a European tour.

WHFR Forum Podcast for January 24, 2012

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WHFR Forum

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WHFR Monday Forum Podcast for January 23, 2012

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WHFR Monday Forum

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WHFR Journal, 1-20-12: Wes Raynal

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We interview Wes Raynal, editor of Autoweek magazine. Topics include: a Detroit Auto Show review and best car picks, as well as the purpose and scope of Autoweek which now includes, in addition to the print magazine, digital editions for smartphones and the iPad, two websites, weekly emails, weekly video auto news via email, and a weekly cable TV show: "Vinsetta's Garage."

Gabe Gonvalez, Tasha Owens, Mike Smith and Daryl Lee Showcase

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WHFR Music Podcasts

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WHFR Forum, 1-17-12: Metaphysically Speaking

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WHFR Forum

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Monday Forum, 1-16-12: "Martin Luther King's Path to Nonviolence"

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WHFR Monday Forum

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Two women with very close ties to Martin Luther King Jr. reflect on how King developed into one of the great moral and political philosophers of the 20th century and how his philosophies might still guide the world through troubled times today. Dr. Dorothy Cotton was the highest ranking female in the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, founded by Dr. King. From 1960 to 1972 Dr. Cotton was the educational director for SCLC and worked very closely with Dr. King. The late Yolanda King was the eldest daughter of Dr. King. (from Peace Talks Radio)

WHFR Journal, 1-13-12: Richard Greener

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Richard Greener is the author of a series of fiction novels whose central figure is Walter Sherman, a.k.a. The Locator, now a new FOX-TV series: "The Finder," Thursdays 9-10 PM. We ask him about his writing career and how Hart Hanson, creator and executive producer of FOX's "Bones," got involved to also produce this TV series. However, an equally important story is Mr. Greener's struggle with heart problems for several decades and how he received amazing support and encouragement from many famous people, as well as his wife, of course (and many doctors and hospitals).

Ronnie McNeir & Company a funky soul jazz trio

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WHFR Music Podcasts

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