Florida Frontiers: The Weekly Radio Magazine

Florida Frontiers: The Weekly Radio Magazine of the Florida Historical Society is a weekly, half-hour radio program airing on public radiostations throughout the state beginning in January 2009. The program is a combination of interview segments and produced features covering history-based events, exhibitions, activities, places and people in Florida. We explore the relevance of Florida history to contemporary society and promote awareness of heritage and culture tourism options in the state.
The Beatles in Florida
Florida Flags
The Tallahassee Ten
Geologist Albert C. Hine
Jim Woodruff Dam
Irish in Florida
Joan Mulholland
Florida Business Woman Magazine
Matheson History Museum
Civil Rights activist Kredelle Petway
Secret Fraternal Organizations in Florida
The 1928 Hurricane
Ax Handle Saturday in Jacksonville
Santa Rosa County
History of Migrant Labor
Remembering Arva Moore Parks
Everglades News Newspaper
Millie Francis, the "Creek Pocahontas"
Florida Folk Festival
Andrew Ellicott and Florida's Border
Journalist and Civil Rights Activist Mabel Norris Reese
Red Stick Creek Josiah Francis
The Intracoastal Waterway
Racing Pioneer Louise Smith
Ringling Museum in Sarasota
Baseball History in Florida
Documentary Filmmaker Lisa Mills
Silver Springs in Ocala
Florida Southern Railway
Archaeology at African American Cemeteries
Jungle Adventures
Hopkins Plat Maps of Miami
The Glass Bank building in Cocoa Beach
Orange Blossom Special
Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1888
Harvest of Shame
Shamrock Studios in Winter Park and Film in Florida
United Spanish War Veterans
Emma Dietrich from the Florida Public Archaeology Network
Angola Excavation
Panama City Beach Tourism
Apopka's African American Community
Lift Every Voice and Sing
Unique Florida Tree Snails
Afrofuturism and Zora!
The Key Marco Cat
The State of Education in Florida in 1871
Sea Level Rise in St. Augustine – Pt. 3 of 3
Jacksonville Symphony at the Shift Festival
Myth of the Fountain of Youth
Sea Level Rise in St. Augustine – Pt. 2 of 3
Fred Rogers and Rollins College
Newspaper Coverage of the Patriot War
Sea Level Rise in St. Augustine – Pt. 1 of 3
Jack Kerouac – End of the Road
World War II Posters
Film and Television Production in Miami
31st Annual Zora! Festival
Late 19th Century Guidebooks
Cheryl Wall, Zora Neale Hurston Scholar
Florida Cracker Culture
Frederic Remington’s Take on Cracker Cowmen
Film Studio on Wheedon Island
Tarpon Springs
Port Tampa Bay
Musician Gram Parsons
Harry T. Moore biographer Ben Green
The 20th Years of Previous Centuries
Miami Photographer Andy Sweet
Fort Christmas
A 19th Century Soldier’s Life
Winter Park Bach Festival’s “Classic Christmas Concert”
Highwayman Artist Mary Ann Carroll
Englishman George Ballentine
Veteran’s Legacy Program – 2nd Seminole War

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