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Saturday, December 1, 2012

December 2012 schedule

As the year draws to a close WILD TIME has no time and reason to be all jolly as animal abuse is still happening around the globe.

But there is hope - WILD TIME's Thomas Janak talked to many passionate activists who are out there doing all they can and more to help animals.

December 3rd 2012 – The pig is one of the most eaten animals on the planet despite it being intelligent and social. Paul Mahoney from “Melbourne Pig Save” will talk us through the cruelty involved in the food industry and what the pig has to go through. Being a man of many trades and interests, Paul will also revisit Climate Change with us. He has published over 40 papers on the subject and we’re looking at possible solutions to a somewhat forgotten issue.

December 10th 2012 WILD TIME will talk to Egyptian activist Dina Zulficar again. This time about the illegal smuggling of falcons to bahrain to the sales of monkeys to anyone who seems interested and more. We will also have a very close llok at the illegal wildlife trade, focussing specifically on southeast Asia.

December 17th 2012 – staying with Asia for the beginning of the show, Wild Time talks to Animals Asia’s CEO Jill Robinson about her work to end bear bile farming. Courtesy of an external broadcaster Celine Cousteau, granddaughter of the legendary Jaques Costeau tells us all about her conservation work.

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