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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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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Update

For the 3 - 4 part series about the "state of mind" of Ireland with regards to animal welfare and rights, Thomas has scheduled interviews with activist Bernie Wright, Laura Broxton from Nara, Ed Long from A-Liberation and Roger Yates, lecturer of sociology at UCD Dublin.

This is gonna be great - watch this space!!!

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Two Intro Video clips created

For our TV version of WILD TIME, which we're still working on, we've created two intro clips.

Check them out and tell us which one is your favourite:

The First One is a more conservative one using classical music and colour-changing bird feathers!

The second One uses the current siganture tune and watercoloured pictures of animals WILD TIME host Thomas Janak has worked with

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Are we changing for the better ? - Interviewees wanted

In Ireland many animal rights groups celebrated victories recently in areas of fur farming bans and more. Yet, while Scotland, a country similar in size and population, puts down about 450 unwanted animals a year, we are putting down over
10 000!

Is the pressue of the EU and the international communities forcing the Irish public to rethink their relationship with animals or are the Irish actually changing for the better?

WILD TIME wants to explore that in a 3 - 4 part series and is looking for experts and activists and regular Joe's to find out where we're at here on the green island !

Pls get in touch via facebook, email: info@holisticanimalhealing.net or via phone 086 - 31 01 422

Thanks,

Thomas Janak

Saturday, October 24, 2009

WILD TIME extended

We've just registered with Blogtalkradio. Provided all the technicalities check out, we may even have live shows when the Digital Hub FM is off air

Thursday, October 22, 2009

All set



Just back from a meeting about the imminent future of The Digital Hub FM - as mentioned in a recent blog, we're all set to return to the airwaves in late November of 2009

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Remaining 2009 On-Air dates

November 13th 2009 (to be confirmed)

November 20th 2009 - Summer Events summary, including interview with Louise Kings and Ann Kingston from the Irish Dog Journal, Interview with Tracey O'Neill from the Portobello Canal Protection Group and more

November 27th 2009 - Footage from NARA's protest outide a laboratory in Sligo

December 04th 2009 - nothing scheduled yet

December 11th 2009 - Footage from ARAN's 2009 Rally against animal cruelty

December 18th 2009 - nothing scheduled yet

WATCH THIS SPACE

* - subject to change

Monday, October 19, 2009

New Page Layout for WILD TIME online


The blog for the online shows of WILD TIME received a make over and has a new layout! Check the page HERE

Saturday, October 17, 2009

WILD TIME to return to the Digital Hub FM



WILD TIME, currently known as WILD TIME ONLINE returns to the Digital Hub FM.

From late November 2009 The Digital Hub FM on 94.3fm will return for 5 (or six) more Friday's before this years' broadcasting sessions will come to a close.

Because events about the environment and animal rights won't stop just because the broadcasting times of the Digital Hub are limited - the online version of the show will continue as soon as The Digital Hub FM is off air again.