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A mix of interviews and commentary, The Craig Fahle Show is a daily 30 minute podcast telling the important political, business, and cultural stories that matter to Detroit and Michigan. Hosted by Craig Fahle, an award winning journalist and talk show host who for years hosted his eponymous talk show on WDET, Detroit's Public Radio station.

A mix of interviews and commentary, The Craig Fahle Show is a daily 30 minute podcast telling the important political, business, and cultural stories that matter to Detroit and Michigan. Hosted by Craig Fahle, an award winning journalist and talk show host who for years hosted his eponymous talk show on WDET, Detroit's Public Radio station.
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A mix of interviews and commentary, The Craig Fahle Show is a daily 30 minute podcast telling the important political, business, and cultural stories that matter to Detroit and Michigan. Hosted by Craig Fahle, an award winning journalist and talk show host who for years hosted his eponymous talk show on WDET, Detroit's Public Radio station.

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Episodes

An Ambitious Adventure Part II: Canoeing Lake Superior Might Be More Dangerous Than We Thought!

1/21/2020
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Craig is once again joined by attorney/author/historian Steve Lehto for a followup conversation about his planned canoe journey from Duluth to Detroit...did he make it? How far did he make it? Also...would he ever think about doing it again? Listen and find out. Fun stuff here!

Duration:00:22:15

The Week That Was: Impeachment, Sexism, and Sword Fighting!

1/17/2020
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Craig is joined by regular guest Nancy Derringer of Deadline Detroit, and attorneys Joel Sklar and Todd Perkins to discuss the big stories of the week. Topics today include the impending impeachment trial of Donald Trump in the U.S. Senate; a new tell-all book about the President's first term in office; the comments that found State Senator Peter Lucido (R-St. Clair Shores) in hot water; and yes, a proposed swordfight.

Duration:00:36:28

An Ambitious Adventure: One Local Historian Tries to Recreate an Historic Journey Around the Great Lakes...in a Canoe.

1/16/2020
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Craig speaks with local attorney / author / historian Steve Lehto about his book examining the legacy of Douglas Houghton, and his plans to recreate Houghton's canoe journey around the Great Lakes. It is quite an ambitious plan...some might even call it crazy. But it does sound fun!

Duration:00:19:46

A Somewhat Muted Ranting Monday: Thoughts on Expanding Elliot Larsen, and Thoughts on Those That Choose To Serve.

1/13/2020
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On today's show, Craig talks about a ballot initiative backed by large corporations that seeks to expand protections for LGBTQ individuals under Michigan's Elliott Larsen Civil Rights Act, and then has some thoughts on those that seek to make light of the military service of others in the age of an all-voluntary military. A recent Wall Street Journal op-ed spurred some conversation.

Duration:00:30:19

The Week That Was: War, Impeachment, Taxes and...Chicken? - With Special Guest Coleman Young II

1/10/2020
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Craig is joined by regular Deadline Detroit contributors Allan Lengel and Nancy Derringer, and also by special guest, former Michigan Legislator, now political consultant Coleman Young II. Topics this week include the continuing conflict with Iran, the looming impeachment trial for President Trump, over taxation on Detroit properties, rule changes for the EPA, and of course, long lines at Chick-Fil-A in Allen Park.

Duration:00:36:47

What's New At the CES in Vegas? Also...The STRANGE Story of Carlos Ghosn.

1/8/2020
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Today, Craig is joined by Paul Eisenstein, publisher of TheDetroitBureau.com about the latest automotive tech on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Also, they discuss the strange legal saga of former Renault / Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn. He recently escaped Japan as he was awaiting trial.

Duration:00:32:04

Have We Reached a Boiling Point With Iran? A conversation with Middle East Expert Saeed Khan

1/6/2020
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Tensions between the U.S. and Iran are nearing an all time high after recent Iranian provocations which ultimately led to a U.S. drone strike of Iran's second highest ranking government official on Iraqi soil. The international community is scrambling to adjust to the heightened tensions, while Iran's leadership, as well as President Trump continue to taunt each other via official statements and social media. Deadline Detroit's Craig Fahle sat down to discuss the situation with Saeed Khan, a...

Duration:00:38:38

President Trump says it may be time for his administration to "intercede" when it comes to the homeless. Rev. Faith Fowler has ideas on what that should look like.

12/23/2019
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In this "best of 2019" podcast, I spoke with the Reverend Faith Fowler of Cass Community Social Services about best practices for helping those that are homeless. The discussion came on the heels of President Trump saying it may be time for the Federal Government to "intercede" on the issue. Reverend Fowler has been doing amazing work in this city for decades. I am always happy to have her on the show!

Duration:00:29:18

The Week That Was: Impeachment Holiday Edition! With Special Guest, M.L. Elrick

12/20/2019
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Craig is joined by regular Deadline Detroit contributors Nancy Derringer and Allan Lengel, and special guest, investigative reporter M.L. Elrick. Topics this week: impeachment (duh), The Democratic debate, corruption allegations in Taylor, and a really strange story involving Grinder and Arby's.

Duration:00:39:37

Cool People Doing Cool Things: How Virtual Reality is Going to Change How We Experience Music

12/19/2019
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Craig sat down with Isaac Lymon of Raxplay, a TechTown Detroit based company that connects artists, music, and fans through virtual and augmented reality technology. Imagine hearing, seeing, and feeling music in ways we haven't thought of yet.

Duration:00:30:31

The Craig Fahle Show on Deadline Detroit - Monday, January 7, 2019

12/17/2019
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On today's podcast, we begin looking back on the best interviews and shows from the past year. Today, I revisit my first show for Deadline Detroit, from January 3rd of 2019. In it, I discussed the first days of the Whitmer administration, the "outrage" over Rashida Tlaib's use of profanity in describing President Trump, and the need for real action on auto insurance reform in Michigan. It's always fun to see how wrong or right I could be on certain things.

Duration:00:29:29

Cool People Doing Cool Things - Techtown's Marlo Rencher talks about bringing "Radical Inclusion" to the tech world.

12/16/2019
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Craig sits down with Marlo Rencher, Director of Technology-Based Programs for Techtown Detroit. They discuss "radical inclusion", and how to get more women and people of color to enter the technology space, especially through entrepreneurship. They also preview Wednesday night's "Start Studio" Showcase event happening at Techtown.

Duration:00:25:08

The Week That Was - I Guess We Are Really Doing This.

12/13/2019
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Craig is joined by regular co-hosts Nancy Derringer and Allan Lengel of Deadline Detroit, and by special guest, attorney Todd Perkins to discuss the week's bit stories. Impeachment, Time's "Person of the Year", brexit, and even 140 year old fruitcake.

Duration:00:40:55

Impeachment...its ugly, but can we afford not to?

12/12/2019
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Today, Craig has some thoughts on the impeachment proceedings.

Duration:00:24:33

The Week That Was: Impeachment, Kid Rock, And Other Big Fun.

12/6/2019
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Craig is joined by regular contributors Nancy Derringer and Allan Lengel to discuss the big stories of the week. Impeachment, Kid Rock's break up with his hometown, the notorious fatberg from Macomb County, and more.

Duration:00:17:09

A Wide Ranging Conversation with Coleman Young II

12/5/2019
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Craig's guest is former Michigan Legislator and Detroit Mayoral Candidate Coleman Young II. They discuss everything from blight to gerrymandering, to housing and inclusion.

Duration:00:30:29

Our Continued Fascination With Jimmy Hoffa: Steve Garagiola Talks About Season Four of the "Shattered" Podcast

12/3/2019
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WDIV's Steve Garagiola joins Craig to discuss the newest season of their podcast "Shattered". Season four focuses on the life, legacy, and the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa. His disappearance in 1975 has captured our attention for decades...and now includes a new feature film. But Hoffa's story is so much more than just his disappearance.

Duration:00:28:14

The "Football Follies" - Is There Any Other Name for What We Have In Michigan Right Now?

12/2/2019
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Craig is joined by regular Monday football friend Pat Batcheller of WDET to discuss the sad state of affairs for the Wolverine, Lions and Spartans...but also to talk about the bit of good news that does exist for our gridiron heroes.

Duration:00:24:55

"Sins of Detroit" - George Hunter of the Detroit News Talks About His New Crime Podcast

11/25/2019
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Craig is joined by George Hunter, longtime Detroit News crime reporter, about his new podcast "Sins of Detroit." Season one focuses on people who were wrongfully convicted in Detroit, and explores the roots on why it happens more often than we'd like.

Duration:00:26:28

The Week That Was: Everybody Is In On It Edition

11/22/2019
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Craig is joined by Nancy Derringer and Allan Lengel of Deadline Detroit, along with defense attorney Steve Fishman to break down the news of the week. Not surprisingly, the impeachment proceedings are front and center. Other topics include problems at the UAW, partisan sniping in Lansing, and recreational pot in Michigan.

Duration:00:32:53