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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Meet the "Vegan Ninja Bunny" - fruitarian and educator on all things vegan

Austria-born L.A. resident Sylvia Vale a.k.a. “Vegan Ninja Bunny” is a fruitarian and on her you tube channel she dispells the myths about issues like the B12 deficiency or the “where do you get your protein?” question and literally takes apart all false arguments that people use in order to cling on to their meaty diets.But she does it via informative yet often times very funny and very sexy videos. WILD TIME’s Thomas Janak talked to her about her lifestyle, her videos and her experiences with fruitarianism and being vegan.

Listen here: PART I and Part II

visit her youtube channel HERE
Also visit: 30 Bananas a day

Friday, February 22, 2013

Wake up - This is your life! - In conversation with spiritual healer Alison Ward

“Today is the day you re going to die. I've planned it all...” Those were the terrifying words Angel Alison Ward heard on the 5th July 1994, that changed her life forever. WILD TIME’s Thomas Janak talked to Alison about her experience, her awakening as she calls it, her book “Awarded by angels” and first and foremost about her inspiring “Wake up! This Is Your Life” events that are aimed to help people find their purpose in life.

As a world conservation show we have always said that living your purpose changes your energy and attitude and therefore is beneficial to all beings and we are delighted to talk about spirituality on the show once more.

LISTEN HERE    Visit Alison's website

Thursday, February 21, 2013

In conversation with Captain Paul Watson

WILD TIME’s Thomas Janak talked to SSCS’s Captain Paul Watson about the recent incident of the Japanese whaling vessel Nisshin Maru ramming the Sea Shepherd vessels Bob Barker & Steve Irwin, the problems that occur through the lack of political will, why he decided to leave Germany, the truth behind him resigning from SSCS USA, Sea Shepherd’s global profile, the many international campaigns, the current state of things and overpopulation. Although short, this was still an in-depth conversation with the iconic Captain Paul Watson


Thursday, February 14, 2013

From Shark Fins to racism in the AR movement – an indepth conversation (two parter)

WILD TIME in conversation with Anthony Marr from the Vancouver Animal Defence League.
The League currently fights for the abandonment of Shark fins and this topic was covered here in some detail. But that’s not where it ends at all as the conversation also touched on important issues like global warming, the illegal wildlife trade, overpopulation an racism in the animal rights movement.


Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Save pigeons from dying slow and painful deaths

Netting seems by far the most effective method to keep pigeons and other birds from resting on buildings. Truth is that many pigeons get trapped in the nets and badly injure themselves or die a slow and agonising death virtually undetected by anyone. Luckily there are groups and people like Sidney Barret who highlight the plight of the pigeons and who want the netting reviewed as a method and periodically checked for weaknesses that allow birds to get entangled and trapped in the first place.


Visit other pages mentioned during the interview:

Facebook page: Ban bird netting on buildings
Facebook page: Pigeon protection and rescue action group

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Helping the big cats (two parter)

In PART 1 "Cee4life" director Sybelle Foxcroft is back on WILD TIME RADIO to talk about their work. Sybelle gave us an update on the tiger temple in Thailand, a non-functioning state-run zoo in Nigeria where animals are starving to death and more.

In PART 2 of this 2-part interview "Cee4life"'s Sybelle Foxcroft talks to WILD TIME RADIO's Thomas Janak about 'The Guardian Project' aimed to save the remaining big cats in Thailand and India, and hopefully, at a later stage, Kenya.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Highlighting animal abuse in Egypt

A group of students in Cairo, namely Rana Soliman, her twin sister Yousra Soliman, Marina H. Malek and Soha El Bedewie took on animal abuse in Egypt as their graduation project. Their 150-page document is an amazing piece of work and Wild Time has talked to Rana and Yousra about the project, the situation in Egypt, obstacles, hopes and more.