A review of the Rose Pedals Vegan Weddings website, an interview with Mercy for Animals’ Executive Director Nathan Runkle on their new animal advocacy film “Farm to Fridge”, and a feature interview with Jason Hribal, author of the new book “Fear of the Animal Planet: The Hidden History of Animal Resistance”.
A review of the vegan Oprah show this week, an interview with Geoff Urton of the BCSPCA on the New Codes of Practice for the Handling and Care of Farm Animals in Canada, and a feature interview with Neil D’Cruze of WSPA on the dancing bear trade in India.
A review of Forks Over Knives, a feature interview with Bonnie Dawson of Action for the Protection of Northern Animals on the Northwest Territories Dog Act and the abuse of animals in the north, plus a surprise Green Beings CD giveaway!
We discuss New Year’s Resolutions and going veg for 2011, plus we each share our own transition story of going vegan. And a feature interview with Jennifer Jamal of Karmavore The Vegan Store.
In this episode Joanne will be interviewing Evan McGraw, head baker of Champs Family Bakery, the first vegan bakery in Brooklyn. Our feature interview is with Andrew Butler of Animal Aid UK about their campaign selling free ranged dog meat.
In this episode, we give our top 6 recommendations for giving gifts to animal benefitting charities this holiday season. And a feature interview with Colleen Patrick-Goudreau of Compassionate Cooks on holiday cooking and her new book “Color Me Vegan”.
What do you know about leather? If you are like most people, probably not much. This is why we have caught up with Erica Kubersky, the co-owner of Moo Shoes and Becci Gindin-Clarke the Research and Information Director of Liberation BC to find out what they know about the leather industry.
We feature an interview with Alicia Simpson, author of “Quick and Easy Vegan Celebrations”, about great holiday cooking; plus Travel Tips and Recommendations for Compassionate Eating – Part 5: Las Vegas.