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The Species Barrier

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Welcome To The Species Barrier... where two vegan, environmentalists question how we interact with the planet and the other animals who call it home. Prepare to have your preconceptions challenged and explore that barrier in place which separates the human animal from other species.

The Species Barrier 41 Monkeying Around
8 Feb 2017 at 2:04pm
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The Species Barrier 40 For Pete’s Sake
5 Oct 2016 at 6:18am
Episode 40 of The Species Barrier….Part two of our interview with Karen I Shragg, author of Moving Upstream: A Call to Solve Overpopulation, in her book Karen challenges everyone from green organisations to politicians to deal with a key causal issue instead of the symptoms. We discuss the development of The Lawns complex in Lincoln and the continual (... More)
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The Species Barrier 39 Upstream
8 Sep 2016 at 6:37am
Episode 39 of The Species Barrier… Karen I Shragg, author of Moving Upstream: A Call to Solve Overpopulation. In her book Karen challenges everyone from green organisations to politcians to deal with a key causal issue instead of just the symptoms. World Peace Diet Will Tuttle returns for the second part of his interview and we discuss the anthropocene (... More)
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The Species Barrier 38 Otherworldly
13 Jul 2016 at 4:23pm
Coming up today award-winning speaker, educator, author, and musician Will Tuttle discusses his spiritual approach to vegan education. Rebecca from the reasonable vegan website and Rob,the author of Rational Morality argue that all advocacy should be partaken using rational reasoning only. We discuss Harambe the gorilla, alligators at Disney and (... More)
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The Species Barrier 37 Mishmash
8 Apr 2016 at 2:13pm
Coming up today, Anne Heritage guardian to the at the time oldest bitch on earth and author of the book Bramble The Dog Who Wanted To Live Forever. In this wide ranging interview we cover domestication, dog nutrition, housing developments. anthropocentrism and more. Karen Phillips is the founder of Hope Haven Sanctuary, she tells us why health (... More)
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The Species Barrier 36 VegFest
3 Dec 2015 at 4:51am
Coming up today… we reflect on London VegFest 2015 alongside organiser Tim Barford and participants Gary Francione and Alan and Frances AKA The Grumpy Old Vegans.We’re on course for the hottest year on record, the number of trees halved under human civilisation, meats as carcinogenic as smoking, Study suggests society will collapse by 2040 due to (... More)
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The Species Barrier 35 Antinatal
9 Oct 2015 at 4:08am
Episode #35 of The Species Barrier… South African Professor of Philosophy David Benatar, writer of Better To Have Never Been, The Harm of Coming Into Existence joins us to discuss his work. Mistro, musical artist from Norway has a new album out called The Tragedy of Birth and author Jan Smitowicz from America is the writer of revenge novel Orange (... More)
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The Species Barrier Mini Episode: Blue Cross Neutering
13 Aug 2015 at 5:38am
Ruth interviews Dr Caroline Raey who is the Chief Vet at the Blue Cross’ Merton Hospital. Want to breed your Bitch? Read this! So, you have a female (fill in any breed). She is the most stunning dog you’ve ever set eyes upon, and you have heard that cock and bull story about it being better to let them have a litter before you get her spayed. (... More)
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The Species Barrier 34 OVER
1 Jul 2015 at 1:19pm
Episode 34 of The Species Barrier…we speak with Population Media Centerâs Director of Issue Advocacy Joseph Bish and Tom Butler of The Deep Ecology Foundation. Both organisations are involved in the Population Speak Out campaign and itâs centrepiece book Overdevelopment Overpopulation Overshoot. Sandra Higgins is back on the show to discuss (... More)
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The Species Barrier #33 Dogging
25 May 2015 at 11:01am
Episode 33 of The Species Barrier… plant based dogs. Domesticated dogs are ever more present in a growing human society and the environmental book Time to Eat The Dog? highlights their meat eating as an ecological ill. How well can they adapt to plant based diets? We speak to Piers Morgan’s electoral candidate of choice, vet Andrew Knight. Fellow (... More)
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The Species Barrier #32 Laughing Gas
16 Mar 2015 at 7:49am
Comedian, actor, writer and TV presenter Simon Amstell joins us for a chat about fusing his vegan ethics with his comedy. We also speak to members of Frack Free Lincs after their Truth Behind The Dash for Gas screening in Lincoln. In the news 2014 was the hottest year on record, scientists move the Doomsday Clock forward, journalist Chris Hedges (... More)
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The Species Barrier #31 Uncivilised 2
11 Jan 2015 at 6:19pm
Coming up today we have more analysis on human civilization and the modern environmental movement from American anarchist and primitivist philosopher, author John Zerzan and Paul Kingsnorth writer and co-founder of the Dark Mountain Project. We are joined by Kevin White to reflect on his recent West Midlands Vegan Festival event. We are also joined (... More)
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The Species Barrier #30: Uncivilised
22 Nov 2014 at 10:58am
Episode 30… we continue our series of critiques of civilization with journalist and co-founder of the Dark Mountain project Paul Kingsnorth and prominent anarcho-primitivist John Zerzan. Also the imminent collapse of civilization is in the media, contrary to earlier predictions the human population is set to hit 11 billion and beyond if left unchecked (... More)
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The Species Barrier 23 Aviation - repeat
17 Oct 2014 at 9:16am
The Species Barrier is back from a break. Coming up in episode #23 just how damaging is flying? We hear from activists representing Plane Stupid, Airport Watch and Stop Stansted Expansion Now. An industry spokesperson from Cathay Pacific also offers a defense of their activities. Also World Population Day, half of humans without water by 2030, food (... More)
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The Species Barrier #29 Rebrand
16 Jul 2014 at 2:33am
Coming up today⦠we speak to Scott Shetler the fitness trainer and author who tells us about his training, books and helping former guest Dead Prezâs Sticman meet his muscle gain goals. Gary Francione had some criticisms of the UK Vegan Society in his last discussion with us, he joins us to discuss their controversial new rebranding. Welcome (... More)
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The Species Barrier Episode #24 Balls
28 Apr 2014 at 6:27am
Episode 24 of The Species Barrier… balls are the unifying theme. Neil Robinson, the former Everton defender who is generally accepted to be the first professional vegan footballer tells us his story and why he’s developed his own range of food bars, Jonathan Stack director of documentary film The Vasectomist tells us why men around the world (... More)
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The Species Barrier #28 Endgame
27 Apr 2014 at 7:51am
Coming up today… Author and environmental activist Derrick Jensen joins us to discuss his thoughts on the urgent need to dismantle industrialised society. Guy McPherson Professor emeritus at Phoenix University says it’s all too late anyway and that imminent extinction is assured for humans, perhaps as soon as 2030. John Stewart who was ranked (... More)
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The Species Barrier 27 Barry Tone
22 Feb 2014 at 1:24pm
Coming up today… UFC fighter Alex “Bruce Leeroy” Caceres on his plant-based diet, Roger Yates on the latest animal rights news and Geoff Stratford expresses his concerns over local motorway expansion and tells us the latest news from Transition Lincoln. In the news, it’s floods, floods and more floods, the MET office says climate change (... More)
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The Species Barrier 25 Exponential
29 Jan 2014 at 1:35am
Coming up in episode #25 of The Species Barrier… November is World Vegan Month and weâre joined by Gary Francione who discusses his Abolitionist Approach to Animal Rights and new book Eat As If You Care. And as the intergovernmental panel on climate change deliver their most damning report yet, GrowthBusters director Dave Gardner returns to pay (... More)
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The Species Barrier 26 Get Wild
27 Jan 2014 at 10:44am
Episode 26 of The Species Barrier radio show… more from Gary Francione. Why was the Abolitionist Vegan Society formed and is dog rescue a single issue campaign? He also offers his opinions on everything from badger culls, animal rights, vivisection and Peter Singer, to cat-binner Mary Bale, fur, veal and violence! In the news Al Gore faces up (... More)
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