Veggie Holiday Show

Tune in for a special Animal Voices holiday show! Still searching for the perfect tofu roast recipe? Wondering what to give to that special veg*n someone? Looking for ideas about how to negotiate potentially awkward encounters over holiday dinners? Listen to tomorrow’s show for tips on how to help make your holiday season a happy, … Continue reading

Humane Charity Seal of Approval

Thinking of donating some cash to your favourite organization(s)? Ever wonder exactly what you’re supporting? You might be financially backing an industry you otherwise boycott. Yet, there are plenty of alternatives for the humane gifter. Please join us for an enlightening conversation with Kristie Stoick about the Humane Charity Seal of Approval, a campaign that highlights … Continue reading

Deep Vegetarianism with Michael Allen Fox; PETA’s wool campaign

On today’s show, we’ll be speaking with Matt Rice, campaign coordinator for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, about their Save the Sheep campaign against wool. Specifically, we’ll address the larger sheep farms in Australia and how the sheep are treated, sheared, exported and slaughtered. Then we’ll be joined by world-renowned scholar Dr. Michael Allen … Continue reading

Gary Francione on the California ban on foie gras

On this week’s show Gary Francione, professor of law at Rutgers University School of Law, will share his controversial view regarding California’s foie gras ban, including his contention that the initiative isn’t a victory for the animals at all. Also, we’ll investigate the details of this ban, and consider the implications of the research plan posed … Continue reading

Dr. Martin Balluch and the Austrian animal rights movement

Interview with Dr. Martin Balluch, a prominent activist within the Austrian animal rights movement and President of Verein Gegen Tierfabriken (Association Against Animal Factories). He’ll tell us about hosting Tierrechtsradio, an animal advocacy program. Then he’ll give us an insider look into the development and texture of the current animal rights and animal liberation movements in … Continue reading

Activism Through Entertainment Part II: Compassionate “Veg-ucation” and Veggie Video Games!

Join us for the second exciting installment of Activism Through Entertainment featuring: Kerry Lea who directs a performing troupe of vegetarian/vegan kids; and Johnathan Skinner, President and Founder of Veggie Games, Inc., creator of the video game, Steer Madness, and a founder of Vegan Voices, a Vancouver-based animal rights group. Karen Davis of United Poultry Concerns also gives us … Continue reading