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Saturday, June 18, 2011


The beautiful town of Leamington Spa hosted its annual Peace Festival recently and Wild Time came along to capture the mood and to talk to people.

The footage includes interviews with Crystal Healer Michelle Dubok, people of the Bahai Faith, thoughts on community feeding, recycling and how not to waste food.

More pictures can be viewed on our flicker page

And the month of June has quite a lot more to offer! Have a look below to find out what's coming up on Wild Time.

Talking about recycling

Interview about Canalside Community Food

Schamanic Healers talking to WILD TIME host Thomas Janak

June 20th 2011 Baan Unrak Sanctuary in Thailand - conversation with Emily Jane Howard about the difficulties of helping animals in Thailand. The show also features a short insert from the Birmingham Food Fair, which came to town between June 10th and 19th 2011. But there is more: The Peace Festival in Leamington Spa (now in its 33rd year) offered another great opportunity to talk to brilliant people and plenty of interviews will be aired that night as well. That's what we call A FULL SHOW!

June 25th 2011 (Saturday)2pm @ Tamworth Youth Centre: We are proud to announce our first ever Wild Time live event:

TCR FM presents WILD TIME LIVE EVENT: "A critical look on animal testing" to come to the Youth Centre in Tamworth on Saturday June 25th 2011 2pm


Hosted by Wild Time producer/host Thomas Janak. The event includes the screening of a DVD produced by the safer medicines campaign and a talk by animal rights activist Jon White who will talk about the issue of animal testing from an ethical point of view.

Please come along

June 27th 2011 In conversation with Malgorzata Desmond - a dietician specialising in the research on plant-based vegan nutrition.

Malgorzata has a degree in Nutritional Medicine from the University of West London and Masters in Dietetics from the Warsaw Medical University. She has also graduated from the Course in Nutritional Epidemiology from the Imperial College London.

She is a nutritionist and a researcher at the Children’s Memorial Health Institute in Warsaw, and a nutritionist at the Carolina Medical Center in Warsaw, where she is setting up a Center of Nutritional Medicine

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