Two of the greatest jazz bassists talk about Jazz education in Michigan with WDET's own Alex Trajano.
Detroit Free Press Editorial Page Editor Stephen Henderson and Detroit News Editorial Page Editor Nolan Finley discuss some of the week's big stories in Detroit, and look ahead to Sunday's Gubernatorial Town Hall.
Veteran news anchor Sherry Margolis has been covering Detroit for more years than most other journalists here. Laura Weber Davis speaks with Margolis about how things have changed.
In WDET's on-going series of interviews with Detroit area mayors, Laura Weber Davis speaks with Ann Arbor mayor, John Hieftje, about his precarious position between citizens and the University of Michigan.
Wayne State University First Lady, Jacqueline Wilson, speaks with Laura Weber Davis about The HIGH Program which offers assistance to financially stressed students.
WDET's bankruptcy reporter and Next Chapter Detroit blogger Sandra Svoboda joins Laura to recap the latest news in Detroit’s bankruptcy trial.
A panel discussion on issues important to women ahead of next month's election.
Clarinetist Charlie Gabriel and Creative Director Ben Jaffe discuss the legacy of Preservation Hall with WDET’s Travis Wright.
Laura takes a look at the latest political ads with Bridge Magazine Editor David Zeman.
A discussion about Asia's rise as a leading force in the global economy.
A look at how conflict in the Middle East is affecting local businesses and corporations based in Michigan.
Spokesperson for FEMA David Mace on the two new FEMA locations that recently opened in Detroit to assist residents dealing with the aftermath of the August floods.
Laura and Saeed discuss the latest action --or inaction-- by the United States Supreme Court that’s effectively legalizing same-sex marriage in 30 states.
Laura speaks with Crain's Detroit Business reporter and Enterprise Editor Bill Shea about the publication's annual upcoming 40 Under 40 contest.
How balanced is your teen’s life? Is there any room for down time, or are we overbooking our kids? Metro Parent's Julia Elliott joins Laura for a conversation about creating a healthy balance.
Laura sits down for a news round-up panel discussion about the latest stories making headlines.
Republican US Senate nominee Terri Lynn Land joins us during our special statewide show, Michigan Calling, where YOU get to ask the questions.
How can you catch Ebola and what does the recent case in Dallas mean for the collective health of our country?
Host Bankole Thompson explores the future of leadership in Detroit. What kind of Detroit do young people envision and want, and what strides are being taken to make the “future Detroit” a reality?
Laura and Karen speak with Republican National Committeewoman for Michigan and niece of Mitt Romney, Ronna Romney McDaniel.
How closely is education tied to the economic revitalization of Detroit? Laura and Karen sit down for a panel discussion about the state of public education in the city.
Detroit-based rapper Trick Trick and Alison Krieger speak with WDET's Travis Wright about Young Detroiter's registering to vote.
WDET's Jerome Vaughn sits down for a panel discussion with state lawmakers and local goverment representatives to talk about the challenges and potential impact of a new bridge crossing between Detroit and Windsor.
Laura gets a bankruptcy trial update and discusses the ongoing water shutoffs with Next Chapter Detroit's Sandra Svoboda.
Weekend sports wrap-up: Should University of Michigan's football coaches have pulled QB Shane Morris from the game sooner? Is longtime Yankee Derek Jeter deserving of all the accolades?
University of Michigan Athletic Director David Brandon has taken heat from some Wolverine fans, but still has the strong support of a major UM donor, Stephen Ross.
A panel discussion on aging and entrepreneurship in Detroit as part of WDET's ongoing “Aging Together” series.
Producer Amy Miller sat down with Troy Mayor Dane Slater to discuss the the city's developments and goals, as a part of our continuing series of interviews with Mayors from Metro Detroit.