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Friday, December 18, 2009

Interview with Roger Yates - Part II published

A full-length interview with sociologist Roger Yates went out on the digital hub fm on December 18th 2009. This interview also marked the final 2009 show of WILD TIME.

Since Roger was a very enaging guest WILD TIME host Thomas Janak and Roger recorded a second, albeit shorter second interview, which has been uploaded on Indymedia.

Have a listen to it!

Watch this space for future audio footage!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Millie needs a home

10 year old tortoiseshell cat looking for a home. Vera Resch, who has been a guest on WILD TIME a while ago aka "Catwoman" (that's what I call her behind her back because she rescues a lot of cats) is looking for a forever home for this lovely cat.

Contact WILD TIME and we will put you in contact with Vera!!

Monday, December 14, 2009


A while back we interviewed Claire Lewis, producer of the film "The End Of The Line" and today the film has been released on DVD - order your copy now

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Interview with Osaka-based animal rights activist Steven Thompson ...

.... just uploaded! Listen to WILD TIME in conversation with Steven Thompson, who lives as a teacher in Jspan with his wife and daughter.

He is very concerned about the killing of Dolphins in Taiji and about feeding Dolphin meat to school kids in Japan.

Listen here and here

Sometimes Indymedia combines the two links into one. In that case pls access link 1

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Rally against animal cruelty footage uploaded

WILD TIME covered the rally for the third time and the footage includes interview with many activists and supporters, ARAN founder John Carmody and more.

Listen to the footage by clicking on the link provided:

PART I and II - scroll down when you're on the site to see audiofile 2

Wild Time host Thomas Janak's girlfriend took 34 pictures in total, who all have been published on WILD TIMEs facebook page.

ARAN's rally against animal cruelty was a big success ...

... and attracted a large number of people just like in previous years.