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Best 760 WJR podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best 760 WJR podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Listen to the Paul W. Smith Show on News Talk 760 WJR Weekdays from 5:30AM - 9AM.
 
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Frank Beckmann
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Listen to Frank Beckmann weekdays at 9AM-NOON on News Talk 760 WJR.
 
"Eye On Engineering" host Lindsay Brooke, Senior Editor, Automotive Engineering International magazine talk about auto developments. Published by SAE International.
 
Opportunity Detroit - Fridays at 7PM on News/Talk 760 WJR
 
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Caring for Kids
Monthly
 
Caring for Kids
 
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Mitch Albom
Daily+
 
 
In an information and technology age where today's breakthrough is tomorrows old news, we continue to set the standard of excellence in the electrical industry. That's why time after time, year after year, performance oriented people call on us. We're the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 58 and the Southeastern Michigan chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association. The IBEW NECA team
 
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Behind The Bench
Monthly
 
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Huntington Bank is pleased to salute the "Best in Business!" Join your host Mike Fezzey, east Michigan president of Huntington National Bank, as he spotlights organizations that are redefining business practices in our communities.
 
Catch the latest reports on high tech programs and services at Lawrence Technological University. Listen to THE BELOW "Tech Updates" to learn about advancements in education, research, and technology at Lawrence Tech!
 
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The Former WJR Reporter talks to Paul W. Smith about the ongoing unrest involving police and students at Polytechnic University.
 
Coach Patricia talks to Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney about the Lions loss to the Cowboys and the possibility of Colin Kaepernick playing for the team.
 
Mark Hackel explains to Paul W. Smith why the county is not part of the current discussions on mass transit.
 
Warren Evans explains to Paul W. Smith why the region needs a mass transit plan to make it a better place to live, work and play.
 
Alex talks to Paul W. Smith about his new book: "The Twenty Ninth Day: Surviving a Grizzly Attack in the Canadian Tundra."
 
Dr. William O'Neill, Henry Ford Health System Medical Director, Center for Structural Heart Disease talks to Paul about new research that indicates medicine may work just as well as surgery when patients complain about chest pain.
 
Warren Evans, Wayne County Executive – On the latest effort to bring a transit system to link Wayne, Oakland and Washtenaw County together
 
Paul Mitchell (R-Dryden), Congressman of Michigan’s 10th District – On a bipartisan report on Russian election interference that didn’t make the headlines
 
Dennis Lennox, Political Consultant and Columnist – On his piece in the Washington Times about colleges paying college athletes, whi le both parties agree that higher education is out of control
 
MSU's Mark Dantonio tells Paul and Steve after Saturday's 10-44 loss in Ann Arbor the team will now pick up the pieces and work to win their last two games.
 
The Crain's Detroit Business Managing Editor talks to Paul about the top stories of the morning including the impact of the Governor's budget cuts.
 
Dan Kildee (D-Flint), Congressman of Michigan’s 5th District and Chief Deputy Whip of the House Democratic Caucus
 
Ruth Johnson (R-Holly), State Senator of Michigan’s 14th District
 
Nolan Finley, Columnist at the Detroit News
 
Dave Birkett, Detroit Lions writer for the Detroit Free Press
 
Paula Cunningham, State Director of AARP Michigan
 
The Detroit Lions lost to the Dallas Cowboys at Ford Field on Sunday 27-35. Mike O'Hara, Paul W. Smith & Steve Courtney take a look at what happened.
 
The Lions Radio Announcer, Paul W. Smith & Steve Courtney talk about the 27-35 loss and the use of analytics during the game.
 
Paul W. Smith talks to Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum about the violent weekend protests involving university students.
 
Chad Stewart, Deer & Elk Biologist at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources – On the opening of deer hunting season. Why are hunting licenses dropping in Michigan?
 
Dr. Jerome Corsi, Author of Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders – Corsi claims he has a solution for border security in the new book
 
Stephanie Chang (D-Detroit), State Senator of Michigan’s 1st District – She’s co-sponsoring legislation that would allow Michigan residents to apply for driver’s licenses, regardless of their immigration status
 
Tom Izzo, MSU Basketball Coach talks to Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney about Thursday night's 76-73 win on the road and he says the team is making progress.
 
Evrod stops by the WJR studios to talk with Paul W. Smith about his new album out today.
 
Paul W. Smith and Dayna Clark talk to Greg about the "The Irishman" and "Ford v Ferrari."
 
Coach Dantonio tells Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney the Spartans have worked hard this week to be ready for the Wolverines in Ann Arbor tomorrow.
 
Mike O'Hara, DetroitLions.com Columnist, Paul W. Smith & Steve Courtney talk about this weekend's game and Mike says he thinks the Lions will have a tough time against the Cowboys.
 
Paul W. Smith checks in with Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard who says deer will be on the move so remember "don't veer for deer." Paul also checks in with Art Tebo live from his deer blind and he says it's going to be a good day for deer hunting.
 
Lauren Wright, Lecturer in Politics and Public Affairs at Princeton University – She says Republicans are betting on the short-term memories of Americans, and they are right to do so
 
Dr. Danielle Daniels, Principal of Kennedy Elementary School tells Paul W. Smith the students and parents love Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan's "building healthy communities" program.
 
Reggie Pacis, Immigration Attorney at Butzel Long – On the pending SCOTUS decision on DACA
 
Daniel J. Loepp, President & CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan talks to Paul W. Smith about the company's commitment to the community for eighty years.
 
Dr. Victor Coba, Henry Ford Health System Lead ICU Doctor & Medical Director of the ECMO Program has more information for Paul W. Smith about the case of the 17 year old who received a double lung transplant after his lungs were destroyed by vaping.
 
Grosse Pointe Farms Police Chief Daniel Jensen talks to Paul W. Smith about the attempted carjacking at the Shell station and the Chief tells Paul several police agencies deserve credit for apprehending the suspect.
 
Correspondent Clayton Neville tells Paul W. Smith there's word that Colin Kaepernick will work out for several NFL teams including the Detroit Lions this weekend.
 
Judge Linda Davis, Executive Director of Families Against Narcotics talks to Paul W. Smith about the work they are doing helping families deal with opioid addiction and she thanks Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan for supporting their work through the opioid grant program.
 
Paul Hillegonds, CEO of the Health Endowment Fund talks to Paul W. Smith about the organization's strong relationship with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.
 
Tim Walberg (R-Tipton), Congressman of Michigan’s 7th District – Thoughts on the first round of public hearings on impeachment yesterday
 
Kevin Clinton, Director of the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association – Thoughts on the MCCA’s auto fees next year
 
Matthew Whitaker, Former Acting U.S. Attorney General – Impeachment is DOA, especially if/when it moves through the House, and in fact, the Senate may not even take it up
 
Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee – On the impeachment hearings today
 
Paul W. Smith checks in with Dean Krauskopf, Host of WJR's Gardening Show and he says most leaves should be removed before the long winter sets in.
 
Paul W. Smith talks to the Pediatrician about the Flint water crisis and conflicting information about lead in the water in several communities.
 
Dr. Hassan Nemeh, Henry Ford Health System Surgical Director of Thoracic Organ Transplants explains to Paul W. Smith why doctors decided the 17 year old teen needed a lung transplant and he says they believe the teen's lungs were destroyed by vaping.
 
Betsy DeVos, Secretary of the Department of Education – On Apprenticeship Week
 
Robin Luce Herrmann, Attorney at Butzel Long – On the AG’s office executing search warrants on Detroit's IT department
 
Thomas Conner, professor of Military History at Hillsdale College – On the fall of the Berlin Wall 30 years ago
 
The NWS Meteorologist talks to Paul W. Smith about Monday's record snowfall in Michigan and he says now the cold temperatures set in.
 
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