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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Wild Time Live Event June 25th 2011

After three years on air and 168 aired shows it was about time for Wild Time's very first live event, which took place on Saturday June 25th 2011 at the youth centre in Tamworth where TCR FM broadcasts from.

"A critical look at animal testing" was the topic and animal rights campaigner Jon White spoke about ethical and scientific reasons for not testing on animals.

During the event a 26-minutes DVD about alternative methods of testing was screened courtesy of the Safer Medicines Trust who were on WILD TIME not too long ago.

Although the bad weather and the halfterm meant fewer bums on seats as expected, the audience was attentive and the event lively.

More live events will hopefully follow soon.

TCR FM station manager Daniel Hoult and his mother Margaret were in the audience

Animal Rights Campaigner Jon White delivered a powerful speech

The final show this month goes out as usual on Monday, 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

The show also features footage from the Leamington Spa Peace Festival and includes interviews with Crystal Healer Michelle Dubok, people of the Bahai Faith, thoughts on community feeding, recycling and how not to waste food.

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