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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Read and do good - it is that simple

Wild Time conversed with author Debbie Blalock about her books "Mind Whispers" and "Inner Waves" where she uses fiction and imaginative storytelling to highlight real - life issues such as animals in captivity or the threats to our oceans.

The interview also touches on animal communication and spirituality. Listen to Debbie's fascinating story how an encounter with a dolphin prompted her to start writing her beloved books.


Find Debbie on Facebook

Debbie's official website

Purchase the books HERE

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The Rhino Ultimatum - the fight is on to save the remaining Rhinos!

Rhinos all over the world are being killed for their horns and shot by hunters etc. Their numbers are dwindling and the lack of political will as well as a possible lifting of the ban on trading with Rhino horns put these magnificient beings at further risk. Wild Time spoke with Marianne du Plessis, director of the NGO Section 24 Rights Coalition about theit 9-points-plan to save the Rhinos from going extinct. Yet another heartfelt conversation with people who give all they have and more to help the voiceless - a must listen


Sign the petition here

NGO Section 24 Rights Coalition on facebook

Visit Rhino Welfare SA

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

The ongoing battle to save the last tigers of the earth - in conversation with Sybelle Foxcroft

Wild Time spoke with Sybelle Foxcroft (for the third time) about her quest to save the tigers from all harm.

This full-length conversation touches on the dangers the big cats are facing, poaching, hunting, poverty and more.

Sybelle's acclaimed book "Behind the cloak of Buddha" about the goings ons at the infamous tiger temple in Thailand is out now and this revealing book is also topic of the conversation.

As usual, Sybelle is an amazing activist and voice for animals and a delightful guest to have on a show. Knowledgable and compassionate she continues to fight for the animals in her own unique way!


Monday, March 19, 2012

Animal deities in ancient Egypt and more - in conversation with egyptologist Charlotte Booth

Wild Time's Thomas Janak caught up with egyptologist Charlotte Booth to talk about revered animal deities in ancient Egypt. The conversation also touches on the afterlife, ecology, nature, the building of the pyramids, hieroglyphics and "wooden penises" among other things. Entertaining and informative this piece has some amazing insights into our worldview. Visit Charlotte at to find out more about her hieroglyphics courses and more


Saturday, March 17, 2012

Crystal Healing for animals 's Marie Dunnion talked to Wild Time about crystal healing for animals - the piece will also be aired on 's WILD TIME MONTHLY May edition


Thursday, March 15, 2012

"The Oceans Of Music" project in aid of Sea Shepherd

"The Oceans Of Music" debut project album 'Deadly Sounds in a silent World' will be released in the next few weeks initially as a digital download with all profits going directly to Sea Shepherd at the point of sale. This initial release will only feature those passionate artists who have given up their time and skill for free to create tracks specifically for the project with ocean conservation in mind. Wild Time managed to talk to Nick Blackman who is heavily involved with the project. The show also features two tracks from the forthcoming release.

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Monday, March 12, 2012

Chinese animal rights activism

Wild Time talked to Jing Zhang and Weini Yu from SAFAR (Student Alliance For Animal Rights) about animal rights activism in China. The conversation touches on the dog and cat meat industry, shark fin soup, bear bile farms, Rhino poaching, the new wealth, stigmatising and blaming ALL Chinese and more.

We are delighted to see that there is hope for the animals in China and that there are many activists in China involved in the fight for rights for our animal kin.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012

The real reasons why dolphins and whales beach themselves

If ever I had an eye-opening conversation with a genuine gentleman who has researched something in-depth for 40 years,I HAD THAT TODAY.

Wild Time spoke with Capt. David Williams, whose research into the reasons why whales and dolphins beach themselves has brought some interesting and informative answers. What if you knew that not all beachings are natural occurances? How surprised would you be to learn that both the navy and the oil industry play a part in this? Is there anything that can be learned from all this? And, more importantly, is there anything that can be done about this?

Listen now!!

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Spring sustainibility fair in Birmingham, March 10th 2012

In conversation with the good people from Ethical Pets

Helping farmers and villagers in Africa: Traidcraft

Wild Time's Thomas Janak with John Boyle from the coop

Learning to trade fairly and learning sustainability is of the utmost importance. WILD TIME interviewed the lovely people of ethical -, Traidcraft and John Boyle from the West Midlands co-op during the spring sustainability fair in Birmingham/England on March 10th 2012


Friday, March 9, 2012

Wetnose Awards 2012

The Wetnose Awards are a massive coming together of animal welfare and rescue groups and celebrities to highlight, acknowledge and celebrate the work of the smaller, lesser known animal charities and rescues of this world.

Part 1 features conversations with Wetnose organiser Andrea Gamby - Boulger, Wendy Turner - Webster, Margrit Coates, Osteopath Tony Neville, Elisabeth Whiter from Healing, Hope Rescue and musician extraordinaire Rick Wakeman.

Part 2 features conversations with TV personalities Ingrid Terrant and Lorraine Chase, horse lover Emma Simmons, Karen from Vegevision TV, The all dogs matter dog rescue, Ellie Robbins from and more - Part 2 of 2 Part 2 features conversations with TV personalities Ingrid Terrant and Lorraine Chase, horse lover Emma Simmons, Karen from Vegevision TV, The all dogs matter dog rescue, Ellie Robbins from and more.