Peter Whorf

Radio Station Manager

Peter Whorf is station manager for WKAR Radio. He also oversees the news division of WKAR Radio, and is host of What's New on WKAR.

Peter Whorf joined WKAR in August 2012.

Peter arrived at WKAR from Chicago, where he was program director and vice president of content at WFMT, the only commercial classical radio station in the country. He was previously with public stations WNYC/New York, KBIA/Mid-Missouri Public Media and WBEZ/Chicago. Peter Whorf graduated from Eastman School of Music, studying the violin.

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Flint native and MSU alumnus Bill Brohn has played a major role in London’s West End and on Broadway with his work on "Miss Saigon," "Ragtime" and "Wicked." Current State talks with Bill Brohn about his role in this weekend’s MSU homecoming.

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Both Michigan State and Michigan came out of this past football weekend on the winning end, while MSU men’s basketball recruiting keeps piling on the points. We get the latest developments from the Detroit Free Press’s Joe Rexrode.

The Art of Brewing series at MSU's Broad Art Museum is wrapping up with a session on coffee. Current State's Peter Whorf talks with Cara Nader of Strange Matter Coffee Company.

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The debate over genetically modified organisms have centered on health issues and the possible impact on the environment. Dr. Kirk Heinze of Greening of the Great Lakes talks about GMO's with Dr. Rebecca Grummit of the MSU Department of Horticulture.

The 2015/16 season of live broadcasts on WKAR kicks off with this evening's 8 o'clock Ann Arbor Symphony concert.  Soloist Garrick Ohlsson does double-duty on the all-Beethoven program with the Piano Concerto No. 3 and the "Choral Fantasy" for orchestra, chorus and piano.  The program opens with Beethoven's Symphony No. 3.  Be sure to tune in during intermission as music director Arie Lipsky previews next month's live concert broadcast of Tchaikovsky, Kodaly and Dvorak.