WILD TIME is an animal rights/world conservation show hosted by holistic animal healer Thomas Janak, who also holds an accreditation in radio program making with merit and distinction. The show premiered in 2008 and over 400 shows have been aired. Catch us every Wednesday from 3 - 4 p.m. (GMT/UK time) on KINGSTON GREEN RADIO

Tuesday, 17 December 2013


Happy 2014 everyone!!

WILD TIME starts of the new year with an amazing variety of topics:

08.01.2014 Health special - The new year starts with a health special. We truly believe that you can't loom after anyone unless you look after yourself first. To kick-start the new year we talk to personal trainer Mikey Spice from BODYSHARP (pictured above) about how to get back into fitness. Furthermore Sylvia Chandler, founder of the famous ZEN shop in Birmingham, will tell us all about the healing powers and health benefit of urine.

15..01.2014 Ending vivisection - animal tests are cruel, inconclusive and ultimately a relic from the past that has to stop. WILD TIME spoke to Geoffrey Deckers about the European organisation that tries to end vivisection.

22.01.2014 Bikers 4 Orcas - loud, leather-lunged bikers are the last thing people expect to make some noise for cetaceans, yet here they are. Wild Time's Thomas Janak talks to biker Vincent Lesner from 'Bikers 4 Orcas' about their campaigns.

29.01.2014 Save the Maui dolphins - Earthrace new Zealand's Paul Moss tells us all about the plight of the Maui dolphins, whose times could run out soon as there are only 55 left!

DON'T miss our informative conversations!!!

Saturday, 9 November 2013


Merry Christmas to all our listeners, supporters and friends

The year 2013 may draw to a close but we're not done yet! Here's what is coming your way this month:

04.12.2013 Wild Time in conversation with Animal Defenders International's Jan Creamer about the new documentary 'Lion Ark' which follows the rescue of  25 lions from a circus in Bolivia. Ericka Ceballos will also talk to us today, this time about a book about the bloody and unnecessary ivory trade. 

11.12.2013 Ericka Ceballos is back on air with us telling us about the illegal wildlife trade that is happening globally via the internet.

18.12.2013 Wild Cats World's Babette DeJonge talks to us about the critically endangered leopards and about educational programs in numerous countries to help the species recover.

We will be back on air on Wednesday, January 8th 2014

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

November 2013 Schedule

November will be another exciting and important month of educational shows highlighting the plight of our animal kin.

For over five years now WILD TIME has been highlighting animal rights issues as well as world conservation shows and we are delighted to bring you more footage in November:

06.11.2013.Stop the badger cull - giving a voice to the cause. In conversation with activist and musician Tim Bragg

13.11.2013 Help the animals at Surabaya Zoo in Indonesia - animals starving to death or suffocating on plastic bags are just some of the distressing events happening at the mentioned zoo. Cee4life's Sybelle Foxcroft talks to us about the zoo and about what can be done

20.11.2013 Fighting crush videos globally Part I 

27.11.2013 Fighting crush videos globally Part 2 - in this two part series Stop Crush.org's Marla Patty and Anthony Damiano talk to us about the global phenomenon of crush videos, where helpless, defenseless animals are being crushed to death for sexual pleasure. How big this issue is and why this is not a fetish but outright abuse are the topics we will be discussing here.

Friday, 13 September 2013

October 2013 Schedule

In October we’re taking a long, hard and in-depth look at the link between animal abuse and human abuse. You may be shocked to learn just how much of a link there is. WILD TIME has talked to three people who have researched this for years, namely Malcolm Plant, Professor Philip Tedeschi and Professpr Eleonora – Gullone. Other topics this month: The Vegan Information Project (VIP) in Dublin/Ireland and the plight of the nearly extinct fire salamanders in Holland and an interview with multi-award wining director Tim Gorski. 

Don’t miss these informative shows

02.10.2013 Tim Gorski interview - Wild Time talks to director Tim Gorski about his travels with the Sea Shepherds and about his critically acclaimed documentary "How I became an elephant"

09.10.2013 Making the link 1 - an in depth conversation with Malcolm Plant, mainly focusing on Eastern Europe

16.10.2013 Making the link 2 - in conversation with Professor Philip Tedeschi. We also welcome Roger Yates to the show who is involved in the highly creative VIP (Began Information Project), which makes great strides over in the Irish capitol of Dublin

23.10.2013 Save the fire salamanders - Expert Matt Ellerbeck tells us all about the virus BS and other issues that have shrunk the population of the fire salamanders to a mere 4%

30.10.2013 Making the link 3 - amazingly revealing conversation with Professor Eleonora Gullone

Tuesday, 3 September 2013


11.09.2013 - Blackfish is the new documentary by Gabriela Cowperthwaite that examines the death of former Sea World trainer Dean Brencheau and looks at the life of the killer whale Tilikum, who has been involved in the death of three people. The documentary asks the question whether or not these magnificent cetaceans should be in catrivity especially since there is no report of them ever harming humans in the wild. WILD TIME talked to Gabriela about the documentary and followed up by asking movie goers about their opinions on BLACKFISH.

18.09.2013 - Freedom Blue - is a project aiming at educating people about cetaceans. Freedom Blue is also also a music project spearheaded by author and activist Len Varley. Wild Time caught up with the man and talked to him about the project

25.09.2013 - The beggar cats of Niigata / Japan . For all intents and purposes, stray cats hardly make the news these days BUT when they show up in a small village in rural Japan it is a different story entirely. WILD TIME welcomes back Steven Harsha who lives in Niigata and whose video about the cats prompted us to talk to him again.