Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Great shows to come

(Pic: Wild Time host Thomas Janak)

17.05.2010 WILD TIME in conversation with Naresh Kadyan, leading animal rights activist in India, about his struggles to protect wildlife and the need to implement and to impose animal rights friendly legislations.

Mr. Kadyan is very willing to speak to anybody about his passion and allowed us to share his phone number with you:

009 1981 301 0595

The show also features a 24 minute interview with Hilke Eitner about the cruelty involved in horse meat slaughter and transportation from Mexico and elsewhere to Europe. The conversation also touches on the health risk involved for humans. Check link HERE

24.05.2010 WILD TIME talks to often controversial yet very much adored activist and educator Dr. Steve Best, whose slogan "Negotiation is over" has caused quite a stir.

31.05.2010 WILD TIME host Thomas Janak will be talking to Dublin South FM's own Niamh Wynne about the history of the universe.

07.06.2010 DVD TIPPS - the show will talk about animal related documentaries and will contain snippets of previously aired interviews with Stephen Thompson and Claire Lewis

14.6.2010 WILD TIME with studio guest Brenden Dempsey - On WILD TIME we have long since recognised the need for a healthy mind and body to be truly compassionate.

Tea, originally from China, has been a vital tool used in well being and meditation.

Of course, this show will talk to a tea expert and will also explore how the tea is sourced and transported and so on.

21.6.2010 Thomas Janak welcomes The Digital Hub FM's own Edward Delaney, host of the culture show "Finnegan" on the mentioned station.

As a continuation of the conversation with Niamh Wynne re the history of the universe (see show on 31.5.2010) Thomas and Edward will discuss "cosmic problems" who have real effects on our planet.

Much more in the making including a special on the current equine crisis, interview with Peta's Bruce Friedrich, a conversation about tarantulas and more.

Watch this space!

1 comment:

  1. Another victory.......Govt. of India accept our objections and petition raised to ban peacock feathers trade in India, process is going on to amend the section 43 (3) (a) and 44 of the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972.......secondly we got Pet Shop rules, 2010 speed up but still fighting for fish aquarium rules.