The Bat Show: Austin Bat Refuge, & Community Bat Programs of BC

August 25, 2017

The Bat Show, featuring interviews with Dianne Odegard of Austin Bat Refuge, and Mandy Kellner of Community Bat Programs of BC.

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Speciesism and the South Korean Dog Meat Farms

August 18, 2017
Speciesism and the South Korean Dog Meat Farms

Many non-vegans are completely turned off by the idea of people consuming cats or dogs and remain unaware of their speciesism. We will discuss this and learn more about the South Korean dog meat industry.

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Crown Withdraws Animal Cruelty Charges Against Marineland and Photo-Journalist Jo-Anne McArthur Discusses Animals in Captivity

August 11, 2017
Crown Withdraws Animal Cruelty Charges Against Marineland and Photo-Journalist Jo-Anne McArthur Discusses Animals in Captivity

Animal Rights Lawyer Anna Pippus Weighs in on Crown's Decision Regarding Marineland

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Invertebrates: The Invisible Majority

August 4, 2017

Invertebrates (such as crustaceans and insects) make up roughly 97% of all animals on Earth, but they are often overlooked in animal rights advocacy. Featuring an interview with ant expert Dr. James Traniello.

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Canuck and I: A Human’s Special Friendship with A Crow; and Dr. Jennifer Verdolin on The New Science of Animal Family Dynamics

July 28, 2017

An interview with Vancouverite Shawn Bergman on his best friend, Canuck the Crow. Plus an interview with animal behaviourist Dr. Jennifer Verdolin on The Surprising New Science of Animal Family Dynamics. And a discussion on Canada's new food guide, which eliminates dairy and favours plant foods!

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Encore show: Animal Rights Issues in Mexico, and Speciesism and Language: Exploring How Violence is Embedded in Our Words

July 21, 2017
Encore show: Animal Rights Issues in Mexico, and Speciesism and Language: Exploring How Violence is Embedded in Our Words

Television host and animal rights activist Marco Antonio Regil tells us about animal rights issue in Mexico and in the Latino community. Plus, we discuss Speciesism and Language. And Alison tells us about her animal adventures in Hawaii!

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Dr. Ray Greek on Why Animal Testing is Ineffective for Preventing and Curing Human Diseases, and a Discussion on the Pros and Cons of Taking the Liberation Pledge

July 14, 2017

Learn why animal testing for human disease prevention and cures needs to be abolished, and weigh the pros and cons of taking the Liberation Pledge

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