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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, November 26, 2009

Schedule revised

Shows to come to The Digital Hub FM

27.11.2009 11.a.m. GMT: INTERVIEW with Diane Rowles from the Rudozem Street Dog Rescue, Bulgaria plus Louise Kings and Mike Fallon from the Irish Dog Journal live in the studio

03. 04.12.2009 11.a.m. GMT: BERNIE Wright and Laura Broxton talk to Thomas Janak about the state of animal welfare and rights in Ireland

04. 11.12.2009 NO SHOW

05. 18.12.2009 11.a.m. GMT: ROGER YATES, sociologist and lecturer, talks in-depth about many issues and topics, including the human/non-human animal relationship

The second part of "ROGER YATES in conversation with Thomas Janak" will be uploaded on Indymedia.ie (and can be accessed via our ONLINE version of the show) on December 19th 2009

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Wild Time to continue straight on ...


The much loved animal welfare/world conservation show WILD TIME will be on the internet radio TGIF every Tuesday at 8p.m. EST/1a.m. GMT from January 11th 2010.

Pastor Dr. Debbie McFarland will be Thomas Janak's first guest. Topics will include the relationship between humans and animals and do animals have souls and so on and so forth ...

In the meantime WILD TIME is on every Friday at 11a.m. GMT on 94.3fm or digitalhubfm.com - the online version will still be going and once the digital hub is on in 2010 there will be two shows a week!! How cool is that??

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

New audio footage uploaded

Listen here to new footage recorded for WILD TIME.

Listen to Thomas Janak talking to animal rights activist Keith Mann in-depth about his new book, his time in prison and animal rights activism in general.

400 fans ....



We have now over 400 fans on Facebook!

Next show 27.11.2009 11.a.m. GMT: INTERVIEW with Diane Rowles from the Rudozem Street Dog Rescue, Bulgaria. Studio guests Louise Kings and Mike Fallon from the Irish Dog Journal

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Apologies and Updates!!



Apologies: Due to miscommunication in the station my show didn't go out as planned last Friday and will NOT be re-aired due to the amount of footage scheduled for broadcast. Luckily, last weeks' footage was a "best of summer 09" summary, featuring footage that can be listened to in full on INDYMEDIA.ie via our online version of WILD TIME - no harm done!!

Breaking News: Right after the interview with RSDRs Diane Rowles on Friday's wildtime show, Mike Fallon and Louise Kings from the IRISH DOG JOURNAL WILL BE LIVE IN THE STUDIO!! Tune in on 94.3fm or globally via digitalhubfm.com

Monday, November 16, 2009

Schedule and a peak into the future ...



November/December 2009 Schedule*

01. 20.11.2009 11.a.m. GMT: BEST OF SUMMER 2009 - snippets from the wild time online shows recorded over the summer of 2009. Footage includes: Interview with canine psychologist Patrice Campion, Portobello Canal Protection Group footage, Interview with Ann Kingston and Louise Kings re The Irish Dog Journal and more.

02. 27.11.2009 11.a.m. GMT: INTERVIEW with Diane Rowles from the Rudozem Street Dog Rescue, Bulgaria plus footage from the NARA protest outside the Charles River laboratories in Co. Mayo

03. 04.12.2009 11.a.m. GMT: BERNIE Wright and Laura Broxton talk to Thomas Janak about the state of animal welfare and rights in Ireland

04. 11.12.2009 11.a.m. GMT: ROGER YATES, sociologist and lecturer, talks in-depth about many issues and topics, including the human/non-human animal relationship

05. 18.12.2009 11.a.m. GMT: ROGER YATES in conversation with Thomas Janak continues. This show will also feature footage from ARAN's rally against animal cruelty

To come in 2010 (on air dates tba):

01. Interview with animal rights activists Keith Mann (UK) and Ahmed Diab (Egypt)

02. A conversation with Lyn Genders about the effect the moon has on the planet

also to come: Interview with vegan activist and author Carolyn Scott and more!!

Make this your favourite show - we won't let you down

* - subject to change without prior notice

Friday, November 13, 2009

New footage uploaded: Animal abuse in Egypt!

New footage up on WILD TIME ONLINE:

Listen to Thomas Janak in conversation with Egyptian animal rights activist Ahmed Diab!

LISTEN HERE!!!

News!!

What a brilliant day I had!!! - I so enjoyed the conversations with Lyn Genders, Carolyn Scott, Keith Mann and Ahmed Diab. The footage will be aired in 2010 or even earlier. The interview with Ahmed about the almost non-existing animal welfare in Egypt will be edited today and published on Indymedia.ie - the link will be announced here soon!

Monday, November 9, 2009

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

November/December 2009 Schedule

November/December 2009 Schedule:

01. 20.11.2009 11.a.m. GMT: BEST OF SUMMER 2009 - snippets from the wild time online shows recorded over the summer of 2009. Footage includes: Interview with canine psychologist Patrice Campion, Portobello Canal Protection Group footage, Interview with Ann Kingston and Louise Kings re The Irish Dog Journal and more.

02. 27.11.2009 11.a.m. GMT: INTERVIEW with Diane Rowles from the Rudozem Street Dog Rescue, Bulgaria plus footage from the NARA protest outside the Charles River laboratories in Co. Mayo

03. 04.12.2009 11.a.m. GMT: BERNIE Wright and Laura Broxton talk to Thomas Janak about the state of animal welfare and rights in Ireland

04. 11.12.2009 11.a.m. GMT: ROGER YATES, sociologist and lecturer, talks in-depth about many issues and topics, including the human/non-human animal relationship

05. 18.12.2009 11.a.m. GMT: ROGER YATES in conversation with Thomas Janak continues. This show will also feature footage from ARAN's rally against animal cruelty



Sociologist Roger Yates at the studio during the recording of WILD TIME

Monday, November 2, 2009

300 fans on FACEBOOK

Yippie, we cracked it!! WILD TIME has now 300 members on Facebook. Why not join us there, too?

Update on WILD TIME on TV

DCTV (Dublin Community TV) replied to our proposal and is very interested in meeting us at the end of November. Turns out that their studio is only 100mtrs away from the digital hub FM. Fingers crossed, folks!!! "See you soon" - could become a reality soon!!