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Sunday, December 26, 2010

January 2011 Schedule

Pictured: Thomas Janak in conversation with Heather Mills at the Animal Aid Christmas Fayre, December 2010 in London (see on air date below)

We'll be back with a bang from January 10th 2011 onwards. And due to the massive amount of informative, interesting, thoughtprovoking and simply great footage we will add a FRIDAY EDITION to our Schedule (January 2011 only)

Our on air time 8p.m. on Monday remains the same, while our Friday shows will go out between 5p.m. and 7p.m.

Have a look at what's coming up:

10.01.2011 Sally Barton – Bodley from “Fat Fluffs Animal Rescue” live in the studio. Live phone interview with Allie Green from “Dangerous dogs”.

14.01.2011 Friday edition*: Choices For Tomorrow – in conversation with Masami Mizuguchi and Kozue Watanabe

17.01.2011 Interview with Madi Stewart re sharks. Tracy Lloyds from Equine Assisted Therapies live in the studio

21.01.2011 Friday edition*: Interview with abolitionist approach advocate Tim Gier

24.01.2011 Animal Aid Christmas Fayre Footage Part I

28.01.2011 Friday edition*: Animal Aid Christmas Fayre Footage Part II

31.01.2011 Willmott-Dixon protest footage

* - January 2011 only. Please note that the Monday shows will be repeated as usual on Thursday's from 10p.m., while there won't be a repeat of the additional Friday shows. Don't miss the action!!

The great talk by Queen Guitarhero and now Doctor Brian May about "man as a wild animal", as given during the Animal Aid Christmas Fayre in London in December 2010, will be on air in January. See schedule above

Glimpse into the future: In February we will make the animals of Sri Lanka a topic with interviews with Michelle Mendiz about a peculiar Zoo and Robert Blumberg re Tsunami Animal People.org - we will also have the league against cruel sports in the studio and more is in the making!

And remember: We are broadcasting locally (Tamworth) on 106.8fm and globally via www.tcrfm.co.uk

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Seasonal greetings


Wild Time wishes all our listeners, supporters and fans a heartfelt MERRY CHRISTMAS and a happy new year.

We will be back on air on January 10th 2011. Schedule to be announced soon.

As a special treat WILD TIME will be on air twice a week all throughout January! All will be revealed soon.

Keep checking this space

* - Wild Time received this lovely x-mas card from a devoted listener

Saturday, December 18, 2010

20.12.2010 Final 2010 show

20.12.2010 Leanan Sidhe talks to Thomas Janak about wild and domesticated rats in an attempt to dispell the myths. Given that 95 % of all animals in laboratories are mice and rats, this conversation was long overdue.

The show also features a short interview with Karl Goodsell, who is going to spend four months as a "Cove Guardian" in Taiji/Japan, where the dolphin and whale killings are happening "traditionally" between September and March.

We will be off air over the Christmas/New Year festivities and the first show in 2011will go out live on January 10th 2011.

Friday, December 10, 2010

December 10th 2010 - International Animal Rights Day 4-hours-special broadcast

WILD TIME was on air for a 4-hours-special broadcast to highlight the International Animal Rights Day. Time flew by while great interviews went out locally and globally.

Listeners from the UK, Germany, Sweden, America and Australia texted in during the show and congratulated the team on a job well done.

We had a lot of fun in the studio. Preston FM and Dublin South FM both aired an hour each using WILD TIME footage to promote the day, which is highly appreciated.

For us the year is far from over since we'll be back on air on Monday, December 13th with our fourth and final anti-whaling special before airing this year's last show on December 20th.

For more see post below!

A heartfelt thank you to all our interviewees and listeners without whom WILD TIME wouldn't be possible.


December 10th 2010 - TCR FM studio in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England


Peekaboo! Nothing better to do in between interviews, I suppose

Bob Irwin, father of the late Steve Irwin, sent a signed copy of the book "My mate Steve" to WILD TIME as a give-away for our listeners

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

December 2010 - Schedule

While stores and people are wrapping up and winding down towards the end of the year, WILD TIME goes into overdrive!! December is going to be our busiest month yet!

Have a look at what's to come!


Maria Heidemann and acting legend Rutger Hauer*

06.12.2010 Part III of our 4-part anti-whaling special will feature an interview with Judith Wouters, whose 120 page dissertation about whaling in Japan provides powerful clues as to how to attempt to change the situation. WILD TIME also spoke to stilts walker Maria Heidemann (pictured), who attended the protest in Duesseldorf (Germany). Maria is currently involved in making a documentary about dolphins. She also received a special mention award for her short movie “Don Justo” by no other than actor Rutger Hauer.

10.12.2010 4-hours-special broadcast to highlight the International Animal Rights Day

Click on the picture to enlarge the content of this jam-packed special broadcast. From 12pm to 4p.m. WILD TIME will bring you important, informative and interesting footage, which includes an interview with Colin Ridell who works relentlessly to put an end to the uncontrolled killings of dugongs and turtles in his native Australia.

He works closely with Bob Irwin, father of the late Steve Irwin. Bob kindly sent us a hand-signed copy of the book "My mate Steve", which you can win on the day.

But there is so much more going on during the 4-part special. We are thrilled to announce that both Dublin South FM (WILD TIME's old home) as well as Preston FM are highlighting the day using WILD TIME material. A heartfelt THANK YOU to these great stations.


13.12.2010 – Part IV of the 4-part anti-whaling special. The final part features an in-depth interview with Mary Viriakis who organised the anti whaling day event in Melbourne, Australia. WILD TIME also spoke to activist Maik Schaffer who attended the protest in Berlin (Germany)


20.12.2010 Leanan Sidhe talks to Thomas Janak about wild and domesticated rats in an attempt to dispell the myths. Given that 95 % of all animals in laboratories are mice and rats, this conversation was long overdue.

The show also features a short interview with Karl Goodsell, who is going to spend four months as a "Cove Guardian" in Taiji/Japan, where the dolphin and whale killings are happening "traditionally" between September and March.

We will be off air over the Christmas/New Year festivities and the first show in 2011 will go out live on January 10th 2011.

In early 2011 we will have Sally Barton-Bodley and Travy Lloyds as live guests, will have a phone conversation with Allie Green from "dangerous dogs", who is advocating an end to breed specific legislation. WILD TIME supports that cause wholeheartedly.

There is more in the pipeline BUT we can't reveal all just yet!!

* - Rutger Hauer, an avid Sea Shepherd supporter, has agreed to talk to WILD TIME as well. Watch this space

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Anti-Whaling 4-part-series to come to WILD TIME

Almost six hours of footage are being aired over a 4-week-period to highlight the plight of the whales and other cetaceans.

We will look at numerous angles e.g. historical, social and political reasons behind whaling as well as connecting to courageous activists from around the globe.



01) Monday, November 22nd 2010 – Part I will air footage recorded during the anti whaling day protest in London (UK). The footage includes many great and compassionate interviews with attendees.

Anti Whaling Day Protest London/UK November 5th 2010

02) Monday, November 29th 2010 – Part II consists of a very insightful interview with Japanese born activist Noro Yohakawa, who will be at sea with the sea shepherd conservation society at the time of the broadcast. WILD TIME also spoke to Vanessa Van Horn who attended the protest in Dublin (IRL). Vanessa also runs Dolphin Days Ireland

Japanese-born animal rights activist Noro Yohakawa

Maria Heidemann who attended the event in Duesseldorf with acting legend Rutger Hauer

03) Monday, December 6th 2010 – Part III will feature an interview with Judith Wouters, whose 120 page dissertation about whaling in Japan provides powerful clues as to how to attempt to change the situation. WILD TIME also spoke to stilts walker Maria Heidemann (pictured), who attended the protest in Duesseldorf (Germany). Maria is currently involved in making a documentary about dolphins. She also received a special mention award for her short movie “Don Justo” by no other than actor Rutger Hauer.

04) Monday, December 13th 2010 – Part IV. The final part features an in-depth interview with Mary Viriakis who organised the anti whaling day event in Melbourne, Australia. WILD TIME also spoke to activist Maik Schaffer who attended the protest in Berlin (Germany)

The footage is not as straight forward as you might think and well worth checking out!

Monday, November 1, 2010

Next show: November 8th 2010 - Midlands Vegan Festival Footage

WILD TIME talked to many people and organisations during the Vegan Festival, which took place on October 30th 2010 in Wolverhampton.

Interviews include: Birmingham Hunt Saboteurs, David Jackson from the Butterfly conservation, Forget me not animal rescue, Robert Read, area co-ordinator for Sea Shepherd, Greyhound action, Captive animals protection trust, Green Garden CafĂ©, League against cruel sports, Wendy Shehata who talked about her farm animal sanctuary and her book, the mayor of Wolverhampton and more – on air date: November 8th 2010

One not to be missed!

WILD TIME host/producer Thomas Janak in conversation with Sea Shepherd's area co-ordinator Rob Read

Full set of pictures up on our facebook page and TCR FM's flickr page

01.11.2010 Another great show

Another great show went out on air tonight.

Daniel Oaks and James O'Flaherty from Animal Equality joined WILD TIME host Thomas Janak live in the studio to discuss the group's activities and veganism - after all WORLD VEGAN DAY is today!

The show will be repeated on Thursday from 10p.m. on TCR FM.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

November 2010 Schedule

01.11.2010 Iqualdad Animal/Animal Equality - members from the group will be live in the studio. The show also features recently recorded footage from an AE event


Footage from a recent AE event will be aired during the show on November 1st 2010

08.11.2010 Midlands Vegan Festival footage - the show airs footage recorded during the festival which took place on October 30th 2010. Kevin White from the Festival will be in the studio

15.11.2010 Piranha Protection/How animals are being portrayed in movies and how this fuels hatred and ridicule - The show features an interview with Matt Ellerbeck who currently runs campaigns to protect piranhas. Sociologist Roger Yates, who has been on WILD TIME numerous times will be speaking to wild time host Thomas Janak about animals in horror movies and more.


Piranha Protector Matt Ellerbeck

22.11.2010 Anti Whaling day protest November 5th London footage - November 5th 2010 saw a number of global protests against Whaling. WILD TIME covered the protest at the Japanese Embassy in London



29.11.2010 Birmingham Vegetarians and Vegans Talks - WILD TIME recently recorded a very informative talk given by Barbara Staples about aspects of vegan organic growing and permaculture, which will be aired on the show. Very likely WILD TIME will also record a talk with Dr. Harish Chandra from the Princeton University in the US titled "We are vegetarians naturally", which shall be aired during the show as well.

WILD TIME host Thomas Janak in conversation with Barbara Staples

- subject to change -

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Kind words and great news

Kind words from the animal rights activists after yesterday's show: "Dear Thomas,

Thank you for your lovely radio show, I will listen every week now I know about it, I loved our piece on the protest, really well edited and you gave us so much airtime, this is very very much appreciated, It was great to listen to you and my f...riends. Hope to see you soon, we are at the vegan festival next week, might see you there. Best wishes.xxxx"

Mixcloud says: Abudaba69 has just favorited "Chemtrails" -

thanks to all for that!

Monday, October 25, 2010

Next show: November 1st 2010

Rescate Abierto de gallinas || Igualdad Animal from Igualdad Animal on Vimeo.

Members from ANIMAL EQUALITY will be live in the studio.

The show also features footage from a recent Animal Equality Event held in Birmingham.

There is quite a lot going on here at WILD TIME - we will record a talk at the Birmingham Vegan & Vegetarians tomorrow, will have interviews with Whitney Hillman, who rescued a chicken from death in her school, Roger Yates will talk to WILD TIME again and the West Midlands Vegan Festival, which is happening on October 30th will be covered as well.

Lots to come - watch this space for updates

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Next show: 25th October 2010

WILD TIME followed a group of animal rights protesters yesterday as they expressed their disgust towards Armani and Oasis, two shops in Birmingham who are currently selling fur.

The footage features an interview with animal rights activist Jon White, security personell from "The Bullring" and Oasis staffmember Tiffany.

As mentioned earlier, the show will also feature footage from a recent Friends of the Earth event. Sophia Hobbs pulled out of the show last Friday and unfortunately won't be live in the studio.

On air live October 25th 8p.m. - the show will be repeated on Thursday from 10pm

A performance by John Edgar will be featured on WILD TIME on October 25th 2010

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Reminder: Next show Monday 25th 2010

WILD TIME on October 25th will feature footage from a recent FRIENDS OF THE EARTH event, which included performances from John Edgar (pictured) and many others. Event organiser Sophia Hobbs will be live in the studio.

Tune in on Monday, October 25th from 8p.m. to WILD TIME on TCR FM

Tiger Temple Update uploaded


Yesterday's interview with Sybelle Foxcroft has been published on wildtime online. Check it out!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Another great show

WILD TIME host Thomas Janak with his guests Paul Lyons (left) and Bob Birtles (right) from the Greyhound Trust

The show will be repeated this Thursday, October 21st 2010 from 10p.m.

Updates and latest news


An interview with John Walker, top banker for one of Korea's largests banks and children book author, has been pre-scheduled for this week via skype. It will have to be confirmed. Inspired by his wife who supports the moonbears in Korea, John wrote his second children's book "Ura's dream" and we will talk about it. Thanks to Kelly Frances M. from Bear Necessities Korea for the contact.

Also hopefully this week WILD TIME will re-connect with Matt Ellerbeck with whom we spoke about snake conservation during WILD TIME's broadcasting days on Dublin South FM.

ANIMAL EQUALITY has confirmed to be on the show on November 1st 2010. WILD TIME also got permission to record at the Midlandveganfestival on October 30th and there is a good chance that they will be live in the studio somewhen soon.

Ruth Boswell, scheduled to be on our show today can't make it due to the fallng ill of one of her dogs.

Volunteers from the Dogday Kennels will be there instead. The topic "Greyhounds" remains.

And last but not least:

Sybelle Foxcroft updated WILD TIME about the situation at the Tiger Temple in Thailand via skype today. On air date to be confirmed.

Lots happening here then guys!

Sunday, October 17, 2010

I met a bunch of great people today!!

I met and talked to people from the international animal rights organisation "Animal Equality" in Birmingham today.

AE was founded in Spain in 2006 and seeks the total liberation of all animal usage e.g. for food, fur or entertainment etc.

I invited them to be on WILD TIME on November 1st 2010 and am waiting for a confirmation.

In conversation with Martin Day

Animal Equality.net

Animal Equality Website HERE

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Date for your diary: WORLDWIDE FUR FREE FRIDAY 2010 November 26th 2010

Worldwide Fur Free Friday (WFFF) is one of largest global days of action in the history of animal rights organizations. We have had rallies numbering up to 120 locations around the world; held on the Friday that is the beginning of the big holiday sales.

Simultaneous rallies worldwide, in one united voice to save the voiceless victims of the cruel fur trade.
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This is your chance to add your voice! Contact your local animal rights movement and ask them about their plans for WFFF; if they haven’t planned a rally, ask them to plan one, offer your help.
If you need help and/or ideas for your rally please contact us at: www.antifurcoalition.org

The Goal is to inform the public of the true face of fur and about the millions of innocent fur bearing animals who are slaughtered each year, many skinned alive, including dogs and cats, all in the name of fashion fur, whether it is for a coat, a trim, for a toy or trinket! They live in torturous fur farms, going mad in filthy tiny wire cages and exposed to the elements or trapped in torment until they die alone or are killed skinned alive!
Join in this year’s WFFF and help put an end to their anguish!!!
Important points of attention for this year’s action are:
I Our victories across the globe:
1) Fur farms closing down in many nations
2) Local bans on the fur trade already passed and on the table to be passed as soon possible
3) More and more shops and chain shops removing fur from shelves for good.
4) Designers taking the pledge not to use fur
5) More and more people pledging to go fur free due to growing global awareness
II The fur industry is running scared
They fighting back and as to be expected, they fight dirty;
1) Spreading the rumor that ‘fur is making a comeback’, getting moral-less designers and celebrities to promote fur. Notice that they are but a few and the celebrities are disparate has-beens trying to make a big noise for money
2) But truth-be-told fur is being phased out and fast too!
3) The writing is on the wall and all the morally literate can read it!!!
III You could list of some of the above mentioned points (from ‘I’) on your banners and/or announcements.
Please give us as soon as possible the details of your local rally to put on our official list to enable activists to find the nearest rally to join, increasing our united call to end the cruel fur trade There will soon be a link on our site: www.antifurcoalition.org to upload the details of your rally,
The required details are:
1) Country/city
2) Date and time (if you must, you can hold the rally on a date near the 26th of November too; e.g. Thursday 25th /Saturday 27th /Sunday 28th)
3) Name of contact person
4) Name of organization
5) Contact details: email/website/phone number
Suggestions and ideas to be used at rallies:
The below can be used in any combination that you see fit and that is acceptable at your rally.

1) Have activists come dressed in black and/or red; and/or as fur bearing animals;
2) They could be in costume, mask or body painting (some could represent the poor animal after being skinned)
3) Have activists holding candles and/or place candles around a mock memorial
4) Set up info tables, having leaflets, anti fur t-shirts and the like…
5) Have a screening (on a laptop/ portable DVD/ movie screen) of the true face of fur with a recording broadcasting the cries of the animals beings skinned!
6) Have a petition to sign
7) And of course, banners, posters, presentations showing the true face of fur!
8) Have someone give a speech on the true face of fur
9) Have all media at your rally to report!

Ideas for slogans:

1) ‘IF YOU BUY, THEY WILL DIE!!’
2) A POSTER SHOWING A FURRY MAMMAL “MY COAT IS MY BIRTHRIGHT! … WHAT RIGHT DO YOU HAVE?”
3) (SHOWING SKINNED ANIMAL) “UNFURGIVABLE!!”
4) FUR ON YOUR BACK, BLOOD ON YOUR HANDS!
5) ONLY BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS AND UGLY PEOPLE WEAR FUR
6) POSTER SHOWING A FURRY MAMMAL ‘BEFORE AND AFTER’- “LIFE IN PRISON AND DEATH SENTENCE; FOR YOUR GREED!”
7) FUR IS BACKWARDS, BARBARIC AND BRUTAL!”
8) (SHOWING SKINNED ANIMAL) “SKINNED ALIVE FOR FASHION, TRIM, TOYS AND TRINKETS!”
10) ALIENS KILLING & WEARING HUMAN SKIN/ HAIR - SAYING “IT’S OK; THEY ARE LESS EVOLVED THAN US!”
11) (SHOWING SKINNED ANIMAL) “FASHION VICTIM!!”
12) “FUR IS NOT MANUFACTURED – FUR IS BORN!!”

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WILD TIME will also record footage during a "Fur is dead" anti fur protest in Birmingham on October 21st 2010

WILD TIME on itunes

WILD TIME is a truly global show and some shows actually made it onto the itunes archives.

Check it out HERE

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Date for your diary

Sue Gessey and Richard Keogh from the Wythall Horse Rescue are having a fundraiser:

Charity Mind Body Spirit & Christmas Fair at the Bonded Warehouse, Stourbridge on Sunday 21st Nov, 1030am lots of stalls with gifts for Christmas, crystals, jewellery, angel cards etc and therapists offering Reiki, Bowen, reflexology, massage, angel card readings, guardian angel drawings plus... tea and home made cakes!All monies for our 15 rescue horses!

Next show (18.10.2010) and updates

WILD TIME's next show is packed! Ruth Boswell from the
Greyhound Trust will be live in the studio.

The show also features interviews with wildlife portrait artist Ev Beard, Pencil Artist and Illustrator Al Franklin, who painted the Mountain Gorillas pictured here (contact him on: 0121-682 5956 or 07941 882 899) and Emma Truman, who also volunteers for Cat Protection UK.

More news: WILD TIME will record the anti fur protest in Birmingham on October 21st (on air date for the footage is November 1st 2010) and Sally Barton-Bodley from the FAT FLUFFS Rabbit Rescue and Rehoming has been confirmed as a guest for the show on December 6th 2010.


Painted by "catwoman" Emma Truman

Monday, October 11, 2010

Updates - What's to come

10:10:10 - October 10th saw a number of global days highlighting "350.org", and Friends of then Earth held a carbon neutral party at The Warehouse in Birmingham.

Sophia Hobbs organised the event and she will be on WILD TIME on October 25th 2010.

Sophia Hobbs from Friends of the Earth in Birmingham

Friends of the earth


Guests at the event

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Next show on 11.10.2010

Monica Williams from Birmingham Reptiles and Pets will be Thomas Janak's studioo guest on WILD TIME, next Monday!

How to look after reptiles, pros and cons of selling "pets" and more will be issues of interest that will be explored.

The show also features an interview with artist Jeanette Hill.

Jeanette Hill and Thomas Janak in conversation

Some of Jeanette Hill's paintings

Contact Information

First show went well

WILD TIME producer/host Thomas Janak (right) with studio guest Richard Keogh

The very first WILD TIME show on TCR FM went very well. Richard turned out to be very engaging, informative and witty and made for a perfect guest.

Addressing the listeners

Studio guest Richard Keogh from the Animal Healing Trust & Wythall Horse Rescue

Monday, September 27, 2010

WILD TIME just got longer!

WILD TIME will be on air for the first time next Monday, October 4th 2010, but will now be 90 minutes long (unless it is pre-recorded)and goes out from 8p.m. - 9.30p.m.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

October 2010 Schedule

The outspoken animal rights / world conservation show WILD TIME will launch on TCR FM on October 4th and will run weekely, every Monday between 8p.. - 9p.m. GMT.

The first couple of shows have now been confirmed:

01. 04.10.2010 Very first WILD TIME show on TCR FM - the show will feature an "Erdington Special" that will include interviews with the owner of the Erdington Pet Centre, a live music performance by local busker Patrick and more.

"Angelman" Richard Keogh from the Animal Healing Trust & Wythall Horse Rescue will be live in the studio.

All throughout the month of October you can win a signed copy of TJ's new CD: "Love Letters From Cyberspace" - check it out here

In order to win a copy you will have to listen, answer a question and claim your price (only five prices to be won) during the show - so don't miss it.

02. 11.10.2010 Reptiles - Monica Williams from Birmingham Reptiles and Pets will be joining Thomas Janak live in the studio to talk about reptiles and how to meet their needs.

Monica Williams from Birmingham Reptiles and Pets will be live in the studio on October 11th to talk about caring for reptiles in-depth

03. 18.10.2010 Greyhound Trust - Ruth Boswell from the Greyhound Trust, which is situated close to Birmingham International Airport, will be in the studio to give us an insight into the plight of these magnificient, often misunderstood and abused breed.

MORE TO COME soon!If you want to be on the show please contact us on info@holisticanimalhealing.net

On November 15th Queti from the "Golden Crystal" shop in Erdington will be in the studio to talk to Thomas and his listeners about complimentary healing, especially using crystals.

WILD TIME host Thomas Janak will be giving two FREE talks at the Golden Crystal in September. Check the events here

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Meet your host

WILD TIME host and producer Thomas Janak, himself an avid animal rights activist, holistic animal healer and pet psychologist, brings his critically acclaimed show to the British airwaves (and globally to the world via the web).

He is involved in community radio since 2003 and has worked for and with many radio stations in Ireland, where this Germany born gentlemen spent the last 10 years.

His involvement ranged from giving training to newbies, being temporary station manager as well as producing and hosting numerous shows, from music shows like Boing Boom Tschak or the Nighttrain to his long-running social justice show IN-DEPTH and more.

WILD TIME hit the airwaves in February 2008 and 109 shows have been aired so far.


ALL WILD TIME SHOWS

1. 15.02.2008 Show Introduction and interview with Paul O’Sealohain from Sealife/Bray

2. 22.02.2008 Christine Conneely and Bernadette Doyle from the Blue Cross live in the studio

3. 29.02.2008 Helene LeMahieu from ASH live in the studio

4. 07.03.2008 Laura Broxton from Nara live in the studio

5. 14.03.2008 Miriam Anderson from Anvil live in the studio

6. 21.03.2008 Mare & Foal Sanctuary UK footage

7. 28.03.2008 Bat Conservation talk and Connor Kelleher interview footage

8. 04.04.2008 Anti Fur Demo footage

9. 11.04.2008 Wildlife Photographer Finn Van Gelderen interview and talk footage

10. 18.04.2008 Reptile Breeder Thomas McElheron live in the studio

11. 25.04.2008 Live from the studio, phone interviews with the DSPCA, ARAN and NARA

12. 02.05.2008 Composting workshop with Brenda Palmer footage

13. 09.05.2008 Wildlife Photography Group live in the studio

14. 16.05.2008 John McLoughlin from the Irish Tree Council live in the studio, phone interview with Robin Well from "Vegetarian Shoes”, Brighton

15. 23.05.2008 Anja Murray from An Taisce live in the studio, Tony Lowes from Friends of the Irish Environment on the phone

16. 30.05.2008 Full length phone interview with Greenair’s Olivier Van der Elst

17. 06.05.2008 Phone interview with Sean Meehan from the Irish Wildlife Trust

18. 26.09.2008 “Party Animal” Book Launch Footage

19. 03.10.2008 Dog Listener Jaqueline Murk, ASH staff member Katja Schumann and cat rescuer Vera Resch live in the studio

20. 10.10.2008 Festival of World Cultures 2008 Footage

21. 17.10.2008 Rally against animal cruelty footage

22. 24.10.2008 Photographer Michael Finn live in the studio

23. 31.10.2008 Rally against animal cruelty footage – part II

24. 07.11.2008 Reptile- and Bird expert Gavin Corcorran live in the studio

25. 14.11.2008 Wild Poland Foundation member Greg Prujszczyk live in the studio

26. 21.11.2008 Festival of World Food footage

27. 28.11.2008 Footage from a talk about “Cats – what to know about them …”

28. 05.12.2008 Pauline Beades from the Irish Seal Sanctuary live in the studio

29. 12.12.2008 Energy Conservation in the home – Part I

30. 19.12.2008 Energy Conservation in the home – Part II

31. 20.02.2009 Interviews with Mammal Biologist Professor Tom Hayden, Book- and DVD Tip and phone interview Kate Fowler – Reeves from Animal Aid UK

32. 27.02.2009 Phone interviews with painter Tom Byrne and Animal Asia UK’s Dave Neil about the dog meat industry in China

33. 06.03.2009 Laura Broxton from NARA live in the studio plus footage from a “Meat Free March” campaign hosted by LUSH and ARAN

34. 13.03.2009 Film- and TV Production students live in the studio talking about animal welfare and climate change, Interview with EU Commission press officer Philippe Carr and John Carmody from ARAN about Canadian seal hunt, phone interview with animal activist Gerald Kern from Germany

35. 20.03.2009 “Vegetarianism Pro and Con” with live guests Paul Dunne (Digital Hub FM) and Darren Hogarty (Babylon Radio) as well as Laura Broxton from NARA

36. 27.03.2009 CALL – Celtic Animal Life Line, with studio guest Gill Brady

37. 03.04.2009 Cruelty Free products in Dublin – a hunt for non-animal tested products in Dublin City. Interviews with staff members from Cornucopia, Down to Earth, Nourish and other shops.

38. 08.05.2009 Full length show with ARAN founder John Carmody

39. 15.05.2009 Lothar Muschketat from the Irish Raptor and Bird of Prey Sanctuary live in the studio, “Silver” from the ferret and exotic bird sanctuary on the phone

40. 22.05.2009 Special broadcast: International Music fair Frankfurt 2009

41. 29.05.2009 Schoolchildren from Singh Street NS live in the studio, Feline expert Dr. Vet Sarah Caney on the phone

42. 05.06.2009 Thomas gets a guided tour by Jackie Ronaldson who runs the Stonebrook Pet Farm in Ballymore Eustace

43. 12.06.2009 Helena Le Mahieu from ASH live in the studio

44. 19.06.2009 Phone Interview with Chiara from the “Animal Voice” blog

45. 26.06.2009 Deanne Stark aka “Silver” from the Ferret & Exotic Bird Sanctuary live in the studio, Dr. Dan Lyons from UNCAGED UK on the phone

46. 03.07.2009 Niall Hatch from Birdwatch Ireland live in the studio

47. 10.07.2009 Orla Aungier from the DSPCA live in the studio and Dawn Moncrief from FARM USA on the phone

48. 17.07.2009 Laura Broxton from NARA live in the studio

49. 24.07.2009 Helena Le Mahieu from ASH live in the studio

50. 13.08.2009 Aran anti Hare Coursing Protest

51. 29.08.2009 Festival of World Cultures 2009

52. 19.09.2009 Cleaning up day in Portobello, Dublin - Interview with Tracey O’Neill, founding member of the Portobello Canal Protection group

53. 21.09.2009 “End of the line” screening at the IFI in Dublin, including interview with producer Claire Lewis

54. 04.10.2009 Sled dog Ireland – Weight pulling event in Coole. Interview with Mandy Heynes and other members

55. 04.10.2009 Interview with Ann Kingston and Louise Kings from the Irish Dog Journal

56. 09.10.2009 Pet Expo 2009 footage includes interviews with pet psychologist Patrice Campion, Irish Therapy Dogs, Silver from the Ferret & Exotic Birds sabctuary, Lothar Muschketat from “Eagles Flying”, Irish dogs for the blinds and many more (2 audio files)

57. 13.11.2009 “1001 nights of pain and suffering” – animal abuse in Egypt! Interview with animal rights activist Ahmed Diab from Cairo

58. 24.11.2009 Interview with animal rights activist Keith Mann

59. 27.11.2009 Interview with Diane Rowles from RSDR, Bulgaria plus Louise Kings from the Irish Dog Journal on the phone. Airing of interview with Ahmed Diab (see show 57)

60. 04.12.2009 Bernie Wright and Laura Broxton talk to Thomas Janak about the current state of animal welfare and rights in Ireland

61. 06.12.2009 Rally against animal cruelty footage

62. 08.12.2009 Interview with Osaka-based animal rights activist Steven Thompson about the killing of Dolphins in Taiji and more

63. 18.12.2009 Roger Yates, lecturer and sociologist talks in-depth about the human/non-human animal relationship and more

64. 19.12.2009 The conversation with Roger Yates continues

65. 12.01.2010 Animals and Christianity – Thomas Janak in conversation with pastor Debbie McFarland

66. 13.01.2010 In conversation with Dave Warwak re the Mayan prophecies of 2012

67. 18.01.2010 Oriana Kalama, ocean defender and TV chef talks to Thomas Janak

68. 19.01.2010 In Conversation with Dave Warwak, topics include “Veganism 101” and the Mayan prophecies for 2012

69. 25.01.2010 Megan Tiedemann talks to Thomas about her Facebook™ page and cats and behaviour/training

70. 26.01.2010 TGIF chat room Q&A with pet psychologist Thomas Janak about pet behaviour and training

71. 27.01.2010 Meet the “elephant Man” Vincent Fagne, who wants to build a retirement home for old elephants in south Nepal

72. 28.01.2010 Bee keeping the right way: In conversation with beekeeper Thomas Aumer

73. 01.02.2010 In conversation with Viv Lanting, mother of 9-yrs-old Jack, who is passionate about saving elephants

74. 03.02.2010 In conversation with 9-yrs-old Jack Chapman-Lanting re saving elephants

75. 11.02.2010 In conversation with ecologist Julia Feliz

76. 02.03.2010 In conversation with June Billings who studied elephants hands-on for 40 years

77. 03.03.2010 In conversation with Maik Schaffer from “Save our nature”

78. 29.03.2010 Live Chat with Julie O’Neill from Animal Aid Unlimited India

79. 16.04.2010 Save the seals – Interview with Mark Carter

80. 30.04.2010 (Not) just your average vegan teen – in conversation with Chris Kiser

81. 30.04.2010 Life after Copenhagen I with guest David Korewicz from FEASTA

82. 03.05.2010 Coexisting with nonhuman animals – in conversation with Jordan Wyatt

83. 03.05.2010 Arguments against stag hunting – footage from a public meeting

84. 07.05.2010 Life after Copenhagen Part II – the conversation with Dave Korewicz continued

85. 10.05.2010 The world piece diet – in conversation with Dr. Will Tuttle

86. 14.05.2010 Tiger Temple Thailand: Tourist heaven, tiger hell – an interview with undercover investigator Sybelle Foxcroft

87. 15.05.2010 Interview with PETA’s Bruce Friedrich

88. 17.05.2010 Interview with Naresh Kadyan, leading animal rights activist in India and Hilke Eitner (NL) about “horse slaughter Europe”

89. 18.05.2010 Emergency Appeal Interview with Franck Balma

90. 20.05.2010 “Sweet Utopia” – Interview with author Sharon Valencik

91. 21.05.2010 The Irish Animal Education Trust in the studio

92. 23.05.2010 Interview with Mahesh Sharma from the animal welfare network Nepal

93. 24.05.2010 Horseracing kills! – In conversation with Daniel von Guggenheim-Meaney

94. 28.05.2010 The moon and its effect on people and the planet – in conversation with Lyn Genders

95. 31.05.2010 The history of the universe – with studio guest Niamh Wynne plus a short insert re horse abuse with phone guest Laura Broxson

96. 04.06.2010 “Why we love dogs, eat pigs and wear cows” – In conversation with author Dr. Melanie Joy

97. 07.06.2010 DVD Tipps

98. 11.06.2010 Live life the vegan way – interviews with Carolyn Scott re vegan e-cook books and Caroline Luxon about veganism. Phone guest: Vet Una Carroll

99. 14.06.2010 The health benefits of tea with studio guest Brendan Dempsey

100. 21.06.2010 Cosmic problems – the universe and sustainability with studio guest Edward Delaney

101. 28.06.2010 Snake conservation with phone guest Matt Ellerbeck

102. 05.07.2010 Negotiation is over with phone guest Dr. Steve Best

103. 12.07.2010 The Equine Crisis – in conversation with Janice Watt

104. 12.07.2010 The horses of the Camargue – interview with artist Tom Byrne

105. 19.07.2010 Dr. Vet Una Carroll live in the studio

106. 26.07.2010 Laura Broxton from NARA live in the studio

107. 30.07.2010 Bear Necessity Korea – interview with Kelly Francis McKenna

108. 19.08.2010 Spiritual animal communication – in conversation with Seraphime Angelis

109. 20.08.2010 Stop Crush.org – In conversation with Marla Stormwolf – Patty and Anthony Damiano about how to end the production and distribution of crush videos and much more.


Shows 1 – 45, 59, 60, 63, 81, 84, 86, 91, 94, 96, 98 broadcast on The Digital Hub FM, 46 – 49 broadcast on West Dublin Access Radio, 50 - 58, 61, 62, 64, 71, 82 & 83, 87, 89 & 90, 92, 104, 107 – 109 published on Indymedia.ie, 65 – 67, 69, 72 - 80 broadcast on BlogTV, 68 & 70 broadcast on TGIF Radio, 85, 88, 93, 95, 97, 99 – 103, 105 and 106 broadcast on Dublin South FM

Thursday, September 9, 2010

WILD TIME - brandnew to TCR FM


WILD TIME, the animal rights/world conservation show with Thomas Janak will go out on air EVERY MONDAY at 8p.m. GMT as of October 4th 2010.

Upcoming shows and information will be uploaded here soon!

The station broadcasts on 106.8fm and globally via the internet