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.
Custom House in Key West
History of Jai Alai in Florida
Food History in Miami
The Jean Ribault Shipwreck
Greetings from Florida exhibit
Architect Elton Moughton
"Florida Made" co-author Laura Mize
Detroit, Florida
Hard Rock Memorabilia
Bok Tower Gardens
Naval Records for the Civil War
Early History of Miami
Shipwreck of a Loyalist Fleet
Florida Travels of Spanish Conquistador Hernando de Soto
Florida Bluegrass Music
Mother Laura Adorkor Kofi
Topographical Maps
Auto Racing in Daytona
Revising American Revolution History
The International Border Dispute in West Florida
The Mystery of a Sheriff’s Badge
From C.B. Moore to the Miami Circle
Space Race Postage Stamp
Jones High School in Orlando
Dugout Canoe Archaeology
Episcopal Newsletters
Veterans Legacy Program
Jack Kerouac - End of the Road
World War II Posters
Jim Morrison of The Doors
Florida Filmmaker and Actor Ricou Browning
Atlantic Coast Railway
The Rosewood Massacre
John and Mary Lou Missal on Major Vinton
A History of Sugar Cultivation in Florida
Learning from Space Program Disasters
Historic Preservation in Eatonville
Aerial Photography from 1930
Buckshot in Seminole Wars
Craig Pittman, author of "Oh, Florida!"
Cape Canaveral vs. Cape Kennedy
Artist Albin Polasek
Forever Changed Exhibit 1513-1821
Florida Frontiers Web Extras
The Holocaust Center of Florida
New Highwayman Exhibit
George Ballentine 19th Century Autobiography
The Grand Army of the Republic
Sculptor Augusta Savage
Four Historic Women
Green Books
The Battle of Olustee Reenactment
World War II Camp Gordon Johnston
Santeria in Florida
Kevin McCarthy on African American History
Telephone Books and City Directories
Artist Bob Ross
The Florida State Capitol Expansion
Governor John Milton's Letterbook
Drive-in Theaters in Florida
The Future of History - Pt. 2
William Darby's 1821 "Memoir of the Geography and Natural and Civil History of Florida"
Disney World
The Future of History
A Letter from 1884
The Tequesta Indians
Tarpon Springs Greek Culture & Epiphany Celebration
St. Johns Railway
Albert C. Hine, author of “Geological History of Florida”
The Community of Sorrento
Winter Park Architect James Gamble Rogers
Fort Christmas Historic Park
Soldiers in Florida During 2nd Seminole War
Students Inspired by Civil Rights Activist Harry T. Moore