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.
Senator Bob Graham and Chris Hand, authors of “America – The Owner’s Manual”
1860 Libel Case
Civil War Monuments
The Life and Career of Zora Neale Hurston
The Biography of Captain Joseph Fry
Jim Crow Railroad Cars
Arva Moore Parks on George Merrick and Coral Cables
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
Ernest Hemingway’s Cats
Albert C. Hine, author of “Geological History of Florida”
Airplanes and Alcohol During Prohibition
19th Century Immigration to Florida
The People of Windover Exhibit
The Notorious Ashley Gang
Immigration to Sanford
Craig Pittman, author of "Oh, Florida!"
Cape Canaveral vs. Cape Kennedy
Artist Albin Polasek
Remembering Evangeline Moore
The Real First Thanksgiving
Florida Sheet Music
Florida in the American Revolution
Miami Beach Hotels in the 1940s
The History of Pine Castle
A Murder in 1800 St. Augustine
19th Century Property Surveys
Central Florida Navy League
Stetson Kennedy's 100th Birthday
Historic Florida Postcards
The Miami Seahawks
The Barber-Mizell Family Feud of 1870
The First English Translation of Hererra
Pelican Island
Luna Settlement Site
Florida's First Laws
1968 Constitution
Florida Frontiers Festival & Musician Ben Prestage
Letter Book of Governor John Milton
History of the B-52 Bomber in Orlando
The Hannibal Square Heritage Collection
Alleged Spanish Colonial Voyage to Florida
Johns Committee Exhibit at USF
Mosquitos, Alligators & Determination 2016
Fort Dade documents
Space Shuttle Challenger disaster
Bob Graham
Stereoview Images
Governor Reubin Askew
Folk Musician Frank Thomas
Atlantic World Historic Maps
Ice Age Archaeological Site in Vero
Eliot Kleinberg, Author of "Black Cloud: The Deadly 1928 Hurricane"
Helping Shipwreck Survivors off of Florida's Coast
Governor Claude Kirk
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’s Home in Cross Creek
Hugh Willougby’s Crossing of the Florida Everglades
1916 Election
Zora Neale Hurston and Voodoo
Native American Advocate William Augustus Bowles
First Space Shuttle
The Apalachee and Mission San Luis
FHS Annual Meeting and Symposium
Tin Can Tourists
Kathy Deagan and Fort Mose
Seminole Indian Clothing
The Use of Pipes by Native Tribes
The Old Vero Man Archaeological Site
History of Florida’s Phosphate Industry
Railroad Dining Cars
Reviving the German Community of Gotha
The Shipwreck Adventures of Monsieur Pierre Viaud
Nick Wynne on the Mosquito Beaters
Atlantic Center for the Arts
Seminole War Journal of John W. Phelps
Mosquito Control in Florida