Listen to this show here! Lab-Grown Meat as a Solution to Cruel Animal Agriculture Our much-loved, award-winning Canadian film maker, Liz Marshall has brought us eye-opening and transformational films such as ‘The Ghosts in Our Machine’ and ‘Water On The…
September 22nd is National Elephant Appreciation Day! We present a feature interview with filmmaker Patricia Sims on the plight of the Asian elephants, and an interview with founder of the local elephant advocacy organization Elephanatics. Plus, a review of the March to Close All Slaughterhouses last week, and Virtuous Pie!
Animal rescuer tells his story of saving tortured dogs from the meat trade in Asia, “Vancouver Aquarium Uncovered” filmmaker Gary Charbonneau responds to lawsuit allegations against him by the Vancouver Aquarium, and March 1st is National Pig Day!
In this episode, we discuss the overfishing film The End of the Line; feature an interview with investigative journalist Charles Clover, author of the book “The End of the Line: How Overfishing is Changing the World and What We Eat” and a key character in the film by the same name; and we catch up with 19 year old activist Nadia Masoudi on her plans for this year’s Animal Freedom Day and launch of her new film Don’t Eat Me.
For all the bears out there more menacing than the one at left, we talk to Tom Saare from the Rivers Institute about how to keep safe in the woods. Alison reviews Eco Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson, & we find out what to expect at the Animal Rights National Conference in LA.
A review of Vegan Pizza House; Top Animal Rights Film Recommendations – Part I; and a feature interview with Dr. Jodey Castricano on her Critical Animal Studies course.