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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Revised September/October 2011 schedule

WILD TIME returns to the airwaves from mid September 2011 onwards - this autumn/winter will be very exciting, thought provoking and informative (as usual):


September, 19th 2011 – Wild Time talks to HOPE founder Anthony Marr about animal rights, climate change and overpopulation among other things.

Anthony Marr has a degree in physics and is the author of 2 books (OMNI-SCIENCE and the Human Destiny, 2003; Homo Sapiens! SAVE YOUR EARTH!!, 2008). In 1999, he founded Heal Our Planet Earth (HOPE). In 2009, he founded the Global Anti-Hunting Coalition (GAHC). He was recently honored with the title of "Best All Around Activist of 2010" by NIH. He was also honored at the 2010 Animal Rights National Conference with the prestigious Henry Spira Grassroots Activist Award "for his outstanding contribution in animal liberation."

The show also features an interview with Merit C. Markus who is involved in spaying/neutering stray dogs in Sri Lanka via Canine Life Support.

September, 26th 2011 – The Chinese Threat! While making it very, very clear that the very real threat of “the new China” to conservation and animal- as well as human life is NOT directed towards the common Chinese citizen, it is non the less crucial to talk facts about China and its impact on our planet.

Wild Time speaks to conservationist and undercover investigator Mary Perry who currently runs the Rainsong sanctuary in Costa Rica.

This intense conversation touches on quite a number of topics. To back up Mary’s claims and observations please feel free to check the links* below.







DEATH BY CHINA - VIDEO - http://youtu.be/MMAFedb7TkA

CHINA EATS BABY SOUP - http://www.eutimes.net/2009/10/chinese-eat-baby-soup/


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October 3rd 2011 – Heroes for life – Wild Time in conversation with Chinese animal rights advocate and film maker Michael Zhao about his movie, which depicts ordinary Chinese helping animals in their own country

This interview has already been published and will be re-aired here as a counterpoint to the interview with Mary Perry. Our intention here is to highlight that one can never blame a whole country (which mary doesn't do by the way) and that there are compassionate people everywhere. If you can't wait please feel free to listen to the interview HERE.

October 10th 2011 – Footage from a recent open day at the Hillfields Animal Sanctuary where over £ 1700,- were raised to aid the needs of the animals.

The show also includes a conversation with Annette Parkes about the AR Conference in LA and some Canadian animal rights issues. Furthermore Wild Time recently spoke to Lana Korzarevic about a rarely spoken topic “Bestiality” (Sex with animals) which is still legal in some parts of the world

October 17th 2011 – Wild Time in conversation with Gourmet Vegan Chef Patricia Ganswind and wildlife film maker Piers Warren

October 24th 2011 – What if Science Fiction is based on Science Fact? – Thomas Janak and Richard Clothier explore what we know and talk about aspects and possibilites of extra terrestrial life on earth and its affects on our lives and environment

October 31st 2011 – Wild Time brings you footage from an insightful conversation with Donny Moss, director of “Blinders – the movie”. Blinders highlights the increasing accidents and hidden cruelty of the horse carriage industry using New York City as an example.

During the next Wild Time live event (date tbc) “Blinders” will also be publicly screened.

The show also features an uplifting conversation with vegan bodybuilder Anthony Mann.

subject to change!

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