Craig discusses the possible topics for the Coney Caucus. Mayor Jim Ellison of Royal Oak speaks with Craig about the city's new ordinance pertaining to dangerous dogs. DJ/Producer Brendan Gillen and Detroit Techno Foundation Director Tom Newman discuss Movement and Techno week. Fox 2 sports reporter Jennifer Hammond recaps the Red Wing playoff progress.
The history of Detroit's underground techno movement lives in local DJs, producers and record labels. Craig talks with DJ and Detroit Techno historian Brendan Gillen and Detroit Techno Foundation Executive Director Tom Newman about how local artists shaped today's music.
Fox 2 Sports reporter Jennifer Hammond and Craig discuss the Red Wings' playoff progression.
You, the people of Michigan, have voted on the top 8 issues facing the citizens of Michigan, and tonight we’ll choose the number one issue. Call-in during The Craig Fahle Show to make your pitch for the most critical problem facing the citizens of Michigan.
Jim Ellison, Mayor of Royal Oak, discusses the city's new requirements for owners of 'potentially dangerous' and 'dangerous' dogs, which will require owners of dangerous dogs to take out a $1 million insurance policy and keep their dogs muzzled when in public.
President Barack Obama makes a statement on the Oklahoma tornado disaster. The President will be debriefed by his disaster response team, including Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.
Today on the Craig Fahle Show: Callers weigh in on the cancellation of the 2013 International Arab American Festival in Dearborn, Craig talks the future of Ford for the Millennial generation, WDET rolls out Detroit's only electronic music radio program, and more...
WDET General Manager Mikel Ellcessor introduces Alpha, a new electronic music and progressive soul program that will premiere tonight at midnight on WDET.
Craig speaks with award-winning journalist and radio producer John Diliberto, host of Echoes, a daily two-hour program that brings together a wide array of contemporary music, including acoustic, electronic, jazz, and rock.
Craig sits down with R.J. King, editor of Dbusiness, to discuss what happened when a group of five Detroit-based developers sought to develop a 409-acre resort on the site of a former Chrysler plant.
WDET's Laura Weber-Davis speaks with Diane Smith, Executive Director of the Michigan Apple Committee, about the optimistic projection of the Michigan apple crop this fall.
Chris Gautz of Crain's Detroit Business speaks with Craig about the Michigan Public Service Commission's approval of monthly fees for DTE customers who choose not to have smart meters installed on their homes.
Manager of Global Trends and Futuring at Ford Motor Company, Sheryl Connelly stops by The Craig Fahle Show. Craig speaks with Connelly on her technique for exploring trends up to 20 years in the future.
Craig speaks with listeners and Fay Beydoun, executive director of the American Arab Chamber of Commerce, about the decision to cancel this year's Arab International Festival, which was scheduled to occur in June.
Today on the Craig Fahle Show: listeners weigh-in on the various scandals in Washington. Then, Niraj Warikoo, M.L. Elrick and Ken Coleman sum up the week in news on the Friday Follies and Amy Miller lays out the Weekend the Miller Way.
Plan your weekend the Miller way with tips from WDET's own Amy Miller. From a weekend get-away to Canada, to a trip to Eastern Market, Amy's got you covered.
Actor, activist and film maker Edward James Olmos and Martina Guzman discuss the roles of latinos in Hollywood over the past 40 years.
Today on our weekly lightning-round news wrap up: Craig is joined by the Detroit Free Press', Niraj Warikoo, and Fox 2 Detroit's, M.L. Elrick.
Trixie Whitley performs live in WDET’s studios from her debut solo album, Fourth Corner. Hear the full interview and more performances Sunday at 11 with Ann Delisi on WDET.
Today’s Listener’s Choice Call-in might be called the Scandal of Choice call-in. Discuss what’s going on in Washington DC: Journalists Phone Records, Benghazi, the IRS scrutinizing right-leaning applications for tax exempt status.
The podcast for Thursday, May 16, 2013.
Craig speaks with singer Deana Martin, daughter of "Rat Pack" member Dean Martin, about her critically-acclaimed show, "Deana Sings Dino", a musical tribute to her legendary father and other great performers who shaped American music and popular culture.
Superintendent Oakland Schools, Vickie Markavitch discusses how the education cuts will impact the region. Also, Executive Director for the Tri-County Association, Mark Burton joins The Craig Fahle show to discuss education cuts.
Craig speaks with John Hartig, Refuge Manager of the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, about public access to Sugar Island. The island is an extension of the Refuge's effort to conserve, protect, and restore habitats for various types of wildlife, including the eagle and peregrine falcon.
Craig sits down with 36th District Chief Judge Kenneth King about the court's new aggressive approach to collecting outstanding fees.
Craig speaks with Michigan Public Radio Network Managing Editor Rick Pluta to get a recap of the State's revenue estimating conference in Lansing.
The podcast for Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
The Metro Times stops by for their weekly segment.
Craig speaks with policy director for the Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition Chad Lord and Executive Director of the Michigan Nature Association Garrett Johnson to discuss efforts urging federal public officials to maintain support for programs that would help restore the Great Lakes.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Detroit Mercy, Dr. Leo Hanifin and Former State Representative, Marie Donigan join Craig to discuss Michigan transit. They also discuss the Metro Detroit Transit Workshop organized by Marie Donigan.
Craig speaks with former Marine Dan Fink and Hiring our Heroes' Director of Small Business Engagement Jennifer Giering about an upcoming job fair at Selfridge ANGB for veterans and military spouses.
Craig further discusses Detroit Mayor Dave Bing's decision to not seek re-election for mayor. Also, we listen to Mayor Bing's view on the city and what he believes makes a "better Detroit".