Rhubarb Radio broadcasts globally from Birmingham's New Arts and Media Quarter commonly known as The Custard Factory to its global audience. Wild Time deals with both local and global issues and its aim is to raise awareness about the plight of our animal kin and the state of our planet. We hope you will enjoy the program

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Glimpse into the future

picture: Wild Time in Chinese ("Fung Kwahn Chee Chen (pronounciation attempt))

Although it will be almost six more weeks before Wild Time will be on air again, here is what is to come, among other things,:

Interview with Piers Warren about wildlife filmmaking and possible job opportunities, interview with activist Annette Parkes about the animal rights conference in L.A., an interview with Gourmet vegan chef Patricia Ganswind about health and cooking, Wild Time in conversation with Marit Merkus who is involved in neutering/spaying dogs in Sri Lanka, interview with HOPE founder Anthony Marr about climate change, overpopulation and more.

And there is always more to come to Wild Time!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Meet Your Host

Germany-born holistic animal healer/pet psychologist Thomas Janak is involved in radio since 2003 and holds a FETAC LEVEL 5 accreditation in radio program making with merit and distinction.

Before moving to the UK he spent 10 years in the Republic of Ireland and was involved in many shows from music shows to morning shows. Thomas also hosted and produced Wild Time's direct predecessor IN-DEPTH, a social justice show.

Wild Time itself premiered in February 2008 on The Digital Hub FM and has since enjoyed great guests and topics. 175 shows have been aired and or published online to date.

The show aims to raise awreness about the state of the planet and the plight of our animal kin and hopes to reconnect listeners to nature and all living things.

Wild Time will be on air from September 14th onwards every Wednesday from 2 - 4pm GMT globally via Rhubarbradio.com.

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