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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

May 2009 Schedule

MAY 2009 is now fully booked -

08.05.2009 11a.m. Thomas Janak talks in-depth to ARAN founder John Carmody

15.05.2009 11a.m. Lothar F. Muschekat from a Bird of Prey sanctuary live in the studio. "Silver" from a Feret and Exotic Bird sanctuary joined on the phone

22.05.2009 11a.m. Special broadcast: Musicfair Frankfurt 2009

29.05.2009 11a.m. Schoolchildren from Singh Street NS in Dublin 8 in the studio talking about their experience with dogs. Feline expert Dr. Sarah Caney on the phone

... and there is always more to come on WILD TIME

Monday, April 13, 2009

STEREO/MONO - Tipp of the week

WILD TIME host Thomas Janak recently spent a day and a half in Glasgow, where he went to an ULTRAVOX gig.

Volunteers of Animal Aid UK recommended a tasty and wonderful vegan restaurant to Thomas and his girlfriend Nicole, called STEREO, located at 20/28 Renfield Lane, just 1 minute away from Glasgow Central Station.

The couple had scrambled tofu and a dairy - free cheese cake and they enjoyed that very much.

STEREO also is linked to another vegan restaurant fittingly called MONO, located at Kings Court, Kings Street, Glasgow

Here's to Glasgow
Dairy-free "Cheese Cake"

Love thy food

Seating Area

Wednesday, April 8, 2009


Lothar F. Muschekat from the Irish Raptor and Bird of Prey Sanctuary

Fellow German animal lover Lothar F. Muschekat confirmed his appearance on WILD TIME on May 15th. The bird expert will be live in the studio on that day and this promises to be quite an interesting show.

Also in the making is an interview with feline expert Dr. Vet Sarah Caney on one of the shows in May 2009.

Thomas Janak also tries to get a phone interview with members of an animal rights group in Germany, which is currently trying to put a stop to sexual animal abuse through interspecies-sex between humans and their animals or animals that are bred for that very purpose only - we'll keep you posted.

Monday, April 6, 2009

To come to Wild Time ...

A well tanned John Carmody, founder of the Animal Rights Action Network, ARAN for short, at the Digital Hub on April 6th. Thomas Janak and his guest pre-recorded the Wild Time show today. On air date: May 8th 2009 11am - thanks to Laura for taking the pictures.

Aran is an organisation that Thomas Janak supports for years and he was very happy to finally have John in the studio.

John and Thomas spoke about the seal hunt, circuses, general animal welfare and rights, past and future events of ARAN and John's obsession with Baywatch(TM) star Pamela Anderson.

For some of the older events covered by Thomas for different radio stations see here:

Anti Seal Hunt Demo March 2009

Meat Free March

Aran Protest cancelled

Support Aran ...

Rally against animal cruelty 2008

Rally against animal cruelty 2006

John Carmody from ARAN and WILD TIME host/producer Thomas Janak at the Digital Hub FM
ARAN founder John Carmody in the studio
Also to come in May is a special broadcast for both the Digital Hub FM as well as for our befriended radio station Babylon Radio from this years' International Musicfair in Frankfurt/Germany, where Thomas spoke to many musicians and companies about their work and the current state of the music industry.

The on air date for this special broadcast on both the Digital Hub FM and on Babylon Radio has still to be decided upon and we will let you know here as well as on the Babylon Radio Blog.

Thomas and professional guitarist Lance Reegan Diehl at the Musikmesse Frankfurt 2009 (International Musicfair Frankfurt 2009)

Friday, April 3, 2009

Back on May 8th

The Digital Hub FM is taking a station break and we're back on air every Friday from May 8th.

John Carmody of ARAN will be Thomas Janak's guest on May 8th - please tune in!

In the meantime you can listen to all the 2009 shows you may have missed HERE

Thursday, April 2, 2009