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I was born and raised in Offenbach/Germany and emigrated to the beautiful country of Ireland in August 2000 where I lived until August 2010. I have now moved to Birmingham in the UK

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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Spring clean

Recycle Bank just off Ballyboden Road

The green island is a disgrace at times

Littering seems to get out of hand and it bothers me a lot. Nicole and I often clean the green spaces around our house and we would like to ask YOU to join in "the fun".

Many animals die from suffocation as they swallow our rubbish from plastic bags to can openers and it just has got to stop.

Please be responsible and educate others on the issue of littering.

WILD TIME is on next Friday (04.04.)with footage from a recent protest against fur. On April 11th a full length interview with wildlife - filmmaker Finn Van Gelderen will go out and on April 18th I am joined in the studio by reptile breeder Thomas McElherron.

And there is always more to come - please watch this space and listen in to WILD TIME every friday between 8p.m. - 9p.m.


I have just recently spent two days at the DSPCA on Mount Venus Road, where I saw first hand the brilliant work they're doing. The Dublin SPCA is the oldest Irish animal welfare organisation and has been established in 1840.

With a little luck the DSPCA will sit in with me on WILD TIME soon

Friday, March 28, 2008




Switch off all unnecessary lights and appliances.

Participate to fight climate change.

Please forward this info to as many people as possible.


Please listen to WILD TIMEat 8p.m. today!!!

Wednesday, March 26, 2008


WILD TIME host Thomas Janak just had a great 5-day run of overwhelming, mind-blowing and peace-bringing experiences during his first leg of an "Animal Spirit Medicine" Course he studies in the UK.

Naturally, Thomas visited places full of wild life such as the Bournemouth Aquarium. Currently some work goes into organising interviews with staff members of the aquarium, a woman that swam with dolphins and author and shamanic healer/teacher Simon Buxton, whose book "The Shamanic Way Of The Bee" is a fantastic piece of literature.

So far, nothing has been confirmed but watch this space for future announcements.

This coming friday Connor Kelleher from Batsprotection Ireland has his say on wild time as Thomas will bring you footage from a recent talk by Connor.

As we soon leap into April there is much more to come on wild time such as a fascinating conversation with wildlife filmmaker/photographer Finn Van Gelderen. Also Thomas McElheron, reptilebreeder, will join the wild time team in the studio soon.

All in all great shows lined up for all animal lovers of this earth.

WILD TIME this friday at 8p.m. on 94.3fm or www.digitalhubfm.com

Our phone number: 01 - 480 6250
Text Line: 087 - 943 3100
email: 943fm@digihubfm.com
alternatively email to: info@holisticanimalhealing.net

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Hello from Bournemouth

I am currently in Bournemouth moving on to Stanbridge for my "Animal Spirit Medicine" course. Please listen in to wild time this friday at 8p.m. as it brings you footage from a recent trip to a mare&foal sanctuary in Newton Abbot/Devon.

Next week the talk by Conor Kelleher about the Bats in Ireland will go out on wild time and there is more to come.

Have a happy Easter!!


Monday, March 17, 2008

Event Alert

CIRCUS DEMOS Sat. 22nd March

The National Animal Rights association will be having 2 anti-circus demonstrations on Saturday 22nd.

They will be protesting both Duffy's Circus shows, on Rock Road, Booterstown, Co. Dublin.

First Demo: 1pm

Second Demo: 4pm

(there'll be a break in between demos at a nearby pub).

Meeting at: 12noon at Tara Street Station to get the 12.26 Dart to Booterstown.

Contact: Laura Broxson 086 8729 444

National Animal Rights Association
www. naracampaigns. org

Please also listen in to wild time on friday night

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Pics from the show on March 14th 2008

WILD TIME host and producer Thomas Janak ...

... and his guest Miriam Anderson from Anvil

It was a very relaxed, yet informative show

Next week (Good Friday) Thomas is away in the UK studying Animal Spirit Medicine. But fear not as a pre-recorded show about the Mare&Foal Sanctuary in Newton Abbot/Devon (UK) goes out on Wild Time.

On March 28th WILD TIME will bring you footage that Thomas has recently recorded about the situation of our BATS in Ireland - and there is more to come in April.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Miriam Anderson from ANVIL on the show this friday

Yet another show to look forward to - Miriam Anderson from ANVIL (Animals need a voice in legislation) will be joining Thomas in the studio this friday.

People are already asking if we're off on Good Friday - the answer is NO, we're not!. The footage that Thomas recorded in February in the UK (Mare&Foal Sanctuary) will go out on good friday. The week after that WILD TIME will deal with bat conservation. And there is always more to come on wild time

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

"Just can't get enough"

One of our listeners texted in that all she can think of since the show last Friday is ERASURE. Well, they're still going strong!

Next Friday Thomas welcomes Miriam Anderson from Anvil to the studio. Anvil stands for Animals need a voice in legislation and Thomas will be talking to Miriam about how she thinks the current legislations, if there are any, ought to be changted to protect animals.

Speaking of protection: WILD TIME host Thomas Janak has a petition up on his website www.holisticanimalhealing.net where he is himself looking for protective rights for animals. Please sign it here

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Open day @ The Digital Hub

The Digital Hub is hosting an open day on Thursday, March 13th from 4.30p.m. - 7.30p.m. in Crane Street, Dublin 8

This is your chance to see the radio station and find out what else is going on regarding the digital hub.

Refreshments will be provided

Pics from the show on March 7th 2008

Thomas and his guest after the show

Studio Guest Laura Broxson from NARA (National Animal Rights Association

Thomas playing Erasure to his listeners and his guest, young Laura Broxon, who didn't even know them

It has been brought to our attention that the sound quality is often quite poor. We are currently doing our best by looking into this.

Laura was an engaging guest and knew her field very well. Special thanks also to John Carmody from the Animal Rights Action Network (www.aran.ie) who found the time to talkto us on the phone.

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Thomas guest on "What's the story" Friday, 7th 9a.m.

WILD TIME host Thomas Janak will be talking to Thomas Coombes and the rest of the crew on the morning show "What's the story?" on the digital hub fm (94.3fm)where he will be talking about his show WILD TIME and about his work as the in-house pet psychologist at Whitechurch Library in Rathfarnham.

Thomas will be accompanied by Irelands only countertenor Graham Joseph Norton who currently promotes the release of a CD titled: "Highlights of Handel's Messiah".

Thomas will be back on the digital hub fm at 8p.m. where he welcomes Laura Broxton from the National Animal Rights Association.

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

ALERT! - Soldier threw puppy over cliff - Please sign petition

ARAN just sent an email with a link that shows two soldiers throwing a puppy over a cliff for no reason at all. Watch video here although it is not for the faint hearted.

This friday we have Laura Broxton from the National Animal Rights Association as a guest. With a little luck we might get a spokesperson from ARAN on the phone.

In the meantime please follow this link and sign petition.

ARAN website

Animal cruelty has got to stop!!

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Pics from the show on the 29th February

Studio guest Helena LeMahieu fron ASH, animal sanctuary in Kiltegan

Show host and producer Thomas Janak

During the music break where Thomas played the Bee Gees!

Helena LeMahieu from the animal sanctuary ASH in Kiltegan, who had already been a guest on Thomas's social justice show IN-DEPTH last year, came in yesterday to talk about the issues she has to deal with on a daily basis, her ideas on spaying and neutering and the hope that one day legislation will meet the needs of Irish animals.

Next friday Thomas will be talking to Laura Broxton from the National Animal Rights Association