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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Wildeye Wildlife Filmmaking

Wild Time Radio talked at length to conservationist and wildlife filmmaker Piers Warren about his experience in the field, conservation, jobs in the industry and how to get your film off the ground.

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visit wildeye's website

Naked Food - In conversation with nutritionist Jaqui Karr

WILD TIME recently chatted with nutritionist and author of "Naked Food" Jaqui Karr about a raw food diet, sourcing your ingredients and much more

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Bestiality (parental discretion advised)

How do you tackle something that nobody wants to know about? Wild Time recently talked to Lana Kozarevic whose mission is to make bestiality (sex with animals) illegal in her native Croatia and elsewhere.

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Vegan Bodybuilder Anthony Mann

... kindly talked to us about his passion and his food choices, fitness and more.

Some of the things he says may even surprise you!

Check Anthony out on Facebook


Hillfields Animal Sanctuary Open Day

Footage from a recent open day at the Hillfields Animal Sanctuary where over £ 1700,-were raised to aid the needs of the animals.

The sanctuary solely relies on donations from the public

This beauty lives there


Canine Life Support - helping stray dogs in Sri Lanka

The show features an interview with Marit C. Merkus who is involved in spaying/neutering stray dogs in Sri Lanka via Canine Life Support. Listen to this enthusiastic conversation and see how one person can actually make a difference

low audio quality (put on your listening ears)

also vist where you can find out more and donate

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In conversation with Annette Parkes

Wild Time recently spoke with vegan outreach activist Annette Parkes about being vegan, animal rights issues in her native Canada and abroad, explored what she thought about the recent L.A. animal rights conference and more.


Being vegan and an activist and more - in conversation with Annette Parkes by Wildtimeradio on Mixcloud

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Save the rainforest - stop the building of the Belo Monte Dam

Building the infamous Belo Monte Dam would bring immense suffering to the indigenous tribes along the Xingu river and would also mean certain death to many animal species. Wild Time talked to Anthony Damiano about the threat

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Read more about it here

Friday, August 26, 2011 - helping dolphins avoiding hunters!

WILD TIME spoke to's Luca Giovagnoli about a sound system devised by the group that aims to use sound under water hoping that the wall of sound created will make the wales and dolphins avoid death traps like hunters or killing coves.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

The sociology of human-animal interactions - in conversation with Dr. Nik Taylor

Dr. Nik Taylor's recent review of the blockbuster movie "Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes" prompted Wild Time to contact Dr. Nik Taylor. The conversation captured here quickly moves from a mere review into complex issues such as animal abuse, hirarchies, domestic violence and more. Dr. Taylor is the director of studies in the field of sociology at the Flinders University in Australia and her areas of expertise also include human-animal violence links!

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Friday, August 19, 2011

Action alert - stop the killings of Romania's stray dogs

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Join Romania Animal Aid ( in their fight to save the stray dogs of Romania who could meet a gruesome end in less than 2 weeks. Listen to Wild Time in conversation with Kendra Pinder. PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED. low sound quality piece. Put on your listening ears - pls listen and share widely. Remember: the only voice our animals have is YOURS!


Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Raffle is over

The two cinema tickets we got from Odeon to raffle off to promote the move of Wild Time to its second home Rhubarb Radio can no longer be won.


Rhubarb Radio just withdrew their offer to air Wild Time via Rhubarb Radio.

Apparently some of their sponsors felt that topics like "Bestiality" (animal abuse - sex with animals) are too daring to be explored on air.

We're very sorry that Rhubarb Radio (after agreeing to having Wild Time on their station and after meeting to discuss what the show is about)feels that way and ulitimately rejects Wild Time.

Wild Time goes out as usual via TCR FM and online.

Our apologies for making such a fuzz about moving to a second home but the decision is obviously out of our hands.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Save Australia's dugongs and turtles - in conversation with Bob Irwin

Bob Irwin talks to Wild Time about Australia's wildlife, particularly the dugongs and turtles, who are under severe threat. The conversation also explores other animals as well as finding out how Bob got into conservation

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Sunday, August 14, 2011

Win two tickets for a movie of your choice NOW

In anticipation of Wild Time's new (and second) home on Rhubarb Radio in just four weeks time we are raffling off TWO CINEMA TICKETS FOR A MOVIE OF YOUR CHOICE* courtesy of Odeon Cinema Birmingham.

To find out what the question is you need to answer (and the answer to that very question) and how to win the pair of tickets, terms and conditions and so on you will have to listen to the short piece


Spoiler Alert! We have asked people about their imidiate opinions about "Rise of the planet of the Apes" - their answers might tell you something about the movie that could spoil the experience for you.

So, if you want to go see it you shuld not be listening to this entertaining audio piece.

* Remember, we have only one pair of tickets for 1 winner and the tickets are for the Odeon Cinema on Birmingham's highstreet only and they are only valid until October 2011.

Thanks again to Odeon Birmingham!

Friday, August 12, 2011

More comments

More comments - in the future pls check out the comments option yourself but since we're having a wee summer break we have the time to re-post this.

Here are the wildtimeonline comments about our Tony the truckstop tiger interview


Angela said...
There has been so much coverage and info on Tony's lifetime dilemma, for thost who are interested in helping Tony out, the links are not hard to find~ So much work has been done by Sky for Tony since 2008 and now Tony needs us all more than ever~ Thankyou to all that have helped in one shape or form

February 13, 2011 11:55 PM

GypsyScorpio said...
It is cruel to keep this beautiful boy trapped in a steel jungle for 10 years. How much longer will ignorance be allowed to continue!

May 5, 2011 10:19 PM

eliza said...
Every government official that is responsible for allowing this to go on, justice should be served on. Excellent interview.

May 6, 2011 3:48 AM

A listener's comment

We understand that you guys do not necessarily check out all comments we're getting and apparently we should do this more often ourselves because we've just come across a comment about our Crow & Magpie cull interview.

Sheila wrote: This Magpie/Crow cull is just another part of the Tory ""Big Society".First get rid of the forests into private ownership. Then give Goverment Grants for the shooting hunting brigade to KILL OFF OUR WILDLIFE....Birds Badgers, Foxes all in the name of "CONSERVATION"


Left on wildtimeonline on May 30th

Honorary Membership

Courtesy of Jordan Wyatt, Wild Time Radio is now an honorary member of the Invercargill Vegan Society.

We are very honoured and thank you kindly, Jordan

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Kind words

Gail Astley listened to one of our online interviews and commented: "Thomas, thank you so much for providing this link. A tremendous interview which gives much more info about Morgan and her proposed release".

Thank You, Gail for listening

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Heroes For Life - In conversation with Chinese animal rights campaigner turned filmmaker Michael Zhao

Listen to Michael Zhao in conversation with Wild Time's Thomas Janak where the two compassionate activists explore Chinese atrocities, myth, truth and hope.

Michael Zhao's soon-to-be-ready movie Heroes For Life allows a rare insight into the lifes of extraordinary Chinese citizens who do all they can and more to help animals in China.

Monday, August 1, 2011

Meet John Sakars - and his unique form of activism

Picture shows "Wild Time" in Chinese writings. Fung Kwahn Chee Chen (pronounciation attempt)

Meet John Sakars whose unique form of vegan outreach/activism has turned him into an almost full time actor/performer as he records profound yet funny video clips in his basement before sharing them with the world. Find him on - also check out Wild Time's new blog