Vegan Podcasts


From roundtable discussions to tips and advice there's something to brighten up any commute in our podcast section.

Animals Today August 17, 2019: We are almost there! Finding homes for every dog and cat. Lori welcomes two special guests on this show: Inga Fricke, Director of Shelter Initiatives and Outreach for the Humane Society of the United States.Holly Sizemore, Chief Mission Officer, Best Friends Animal Society. Animals Today Podcast
Unity Film Review - TBV Classics This week Paul and Andy conclude their summer break film review series by dusting off the very first film review they ever recorded. That's right, they are talking about Unity, the follow up to the groundbreaking film Earthlings! The Bearded Vegans
241 Nanette: Art, Capitalism, Entitlement, and the Creative Process Talking about the themes brought up in Hannah Gadsby's Netflix stand-up comedy special, Nanette, around an audiences entitlement to creative content, comedy, the creative process, our capitalist approach to art, and so much more. So much more, in fact, that we ended up only covering about half of what we wanted to, making this an unplanned part 1! Vegan Warrior Princess
167 Are Beyond Meat Burgers Healthier than Red Meat? As vegan options like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods infiltrate more and more fast food restaurants all across the nation, questions about these burgers health or lack thereof, plague news reports, search engines, and vegans themselves. So what's the deal? Live Planted - Practical Vegan Living
Protecting Animals 26: Author Witi Ihimaera In this very special episode of Knowing Animals I am joined by beloved New Zealand author Witi Ihimaera. Witi has written many books featuring nonhuman animals. He offers us a non-colonial lens through which to think about the human / nonhuman relationship. Knowing Animals
Building a mass movement for animal justice In this weeks show we hear a talk by Laila Kassam titled, 'How can we build a powerful mass movement for animal justice.' Laila Kassam is a part of the Animal Think Tank Collective. You can find resources and more about the collectives work on their website. Freedom of Species
Animals Today August 10, 2019: In defense of pit bulls. Hot animal news. The HEARTS Act promotes alternatives to animal testing. Lightning round anima Lori begins with an impassioned discussion on behalf of her favorite type of dog, the pit bull. More than other dogs these days, pit bulls are often seen in a negative light. This has led towns and communities to enact ordinances against specific dog breeds, usually pit bulls, which typically restricts or prohibits ownership of. Animals Today Podcast
Episode 501: Dr. Trent Grassian on His Research into Vegan Campaigns Mariann and Jasmin talk about Jasmin's move to West Hollywood and all the vegan food near her, HappyCow in the age of the Impossible Whopper, and the people giving them hope in the age of climate crisis. -Mariann talks to Trent Grassian about his recent evidence-based research into seven UK-based meat reduction and vegan campaigns. Our Hen House
Ordinary Vegan Podcast #61 - Is Your Tap Water Safe To Drink & The Safest Water To Drink Is your tap water safe to drink? Contaminated water has become an alarming issue not only in the United States but all over the world. Uncontaminated water is essential for human survival, healthy ecosystems, and sustainable development. The tap water we drink isn’t just coming from your local stream. Ordinary Vegan Podcast
TBV Classics - Carnage Revisited As Paul and Andy continue their summer break film review series, they are heading into the double digit archives to bring back a classic episode, their review of Carnage: Swallowing The Past. It's safe to say they both loved this film and wanted to highlight it again for those who missed it the first time around. The Bearded Vegans
240 Individual vs Systemic Critique and Listener…eh, It's Complicated. We discuss when we should criticize things on an individual vs systemic level, inspired by a listener comment that has Nichole on 5. Maybe 6. Just amped enough for a few sassy comments. The post 240 Individual vs Systemic Critique and Listener…eh, It's Complicated. Vegan Warrior Princess
166 Is Self Love Narcissistic w Macy Eleni - LNTS The current 'industry' of self love is starting to raise questions of, 'is self love narcissistic?' Today's guest Macy Eleni is a self love advocate spreading the message that you should be living life for you. Live Planted - Practical Vegan Living
Linda Soper-Kolton, Compassionate Cuisine Linda Soper-Kolton, Compassionate Cuisine Linda Soper-Kolton came to Catskill Animal Sanctuary in 2012 as a guest chef, intending to teach Compassionate Cuisine cooking classes for a season before returning to her vegetarian and vegan café in Fairfield, Connecticut. It's All About Food
Episode 127: Inter-species relationships with Susanne Karr This week on Knowing Animals we are joined by Susanne Karr. Susanne is a philosopher and independent scholar. We discuss her upcoming journal article ‘Mirror Reflections as Agents of Connectedness’ which will soon appear in the yearbook of the Irish Philosophical Society, which will be published in November 2019. Knowing Animals
Reem Lascelles - The invisible factory-farmed rabbit Reem Lascelles from EVER Sanctuary is in the studio, talking about the devastating plight of rabbits farmed for meat in Australia and why they are largely invisible in our society. Freedom of Species
Animals Today August 3, 2019: Woman receives jail sentence for feeding cats. Frog populations under pressure. Vet's advice on choosing toys and treats News of an elderly Ohio woman being sentenced to jail for feeding outdoor cats has become the subject of great interest to animal lovers, the legal community and the general public. We begin today's show asking legal expert Bob Ferber how this could happen, and if a jail sentence for this offense could in any. Animals Today Podcast
Episode 500: With Gene Baur Live From Woodstock Farm Sanctuary! Mariann and Jasmin celebrate the 500th episode of the Our Hen House podcast! This episode was recorded live at Woodstock Farm Sanctuary, and features an amazing interview with Gene Baur of Farm Sanctuary. -Then, Jasmin talks to Tricia Stevens, the Charitable Giving and Ethical Campaigns Manager at LUSH North America. Our Hen House
VBT 127: Interview with Christophe Caron, owner of vegan French restaurant Delice & Sarrasin In this episode, I interview Christophe Caron, who, with his mother and father, own French vegan restaurant Delice and Sarrasin in New York. Christophe moved from France to New York… Read More. Vegan Business Talk
Does Blackfish Hold Up? Ep 194 As The Bearded Vegans continue their summer break film review series, they bring it back to one of, arguably, the most successful pro-animal films of all time: Blackfish. This is Andy's second viewing since it's 2013 release and Paul's very first time. The Bearded Vegans
Amy Jean Davis, The Save Movement & Laura Reese, Vegan Justice League Part I: Amy Jean Davis, LA Animal Save Amy Jean Davis is an animal rights advocate, Spokesperson for the Save Movement, and the Founder of LA Animal Save, the Los Angeles chapter of the global Save Movement. Davis graduated Purdue University in 2004. After having become vegan in 2002, she started an animal sanctuary in… It's All About Food
165 Five Tips for Staying Zero Waste It turns out there's a lot of tips on how to start a zero waste lifestyle but what about staying zero waste? I'm sharing 5 easy ways to push past the basics of less waste so you can keep growing and making a difference in the plastic crisis. Live Planted - Practical Vegan Living
239 Democratic Debates: CNN Nights 1 & 2 We dig into the next round of Democratic debates, this time hosted by CNN. In This Episode We talk abaout the second round of Democratic debates, plus a fantastic tangent at the end by Callie. Vegan Warrior Princess
Episode 126: The Grass Library with David Brooks This week on Knowing Animals I am joined by author David Brooks. David is a poet and novelist. We discuss his latest book ‘The Grass Library’ published by Brandl and Schelsinger in 2019. This episode of Knowing Animals is brought to you by AASA. AASA is the Australasian Animal Studies Association. Knowing Animals
Animals Today July 27, 2019: Its time to give up dairy. Legal battles heating up on the use of the term, milk - will soy milk become soy beverage? Can Lori begins speaking about deceptive advertising practices employed by the diary industry, and then moves on to the compelling health reasons for eliminating dairy from our diets. With the large variety of alternatives now available, it has never been easier to drop dairy from our diets. Animals Today Podcast
Manchester United Footballer & Vegan Sportsman. Interview with Chris Smalling Episode 27 Hi Friends, I am very sorry about the inexcusable delay since the last podcast. Klaus and I have been snowed under with a number of huge projects. I had the honour of sitting down with vegan football star Chris Smalling. We discussed his life as a footballer, the highs and lows of the game and some of the challenges he faces as an athlete. The Plant Based News Podcast
Episode 499: Cheryl Leahy on the Impact of Factory Farm Investigations This week, Mariann talks to Cheryl Leahy about Compassion Over Killing‘s most-recent dairy investigation; how investigations and advocacy reveal the horrors of industrial farming and impact movements for change; COK's new podcast, The Vegan Family Podcast; and how children respond to conversations about animal ethics. Our Hen House
Kangaroo: A Love-Hate Story film review - Episode 193 This week The Bearded Vegans begin their summer break film review series with an in depth review of Kangaroo: A Love-Hate Story. This surprisingly graphic film explores Australia's complicated relationship with their national icon. Paul and Andy will discuss whether they think the film is effective and if it would make a good watch for non-vegans. The Bearded Vegans
238 Our Thoughts from the 2019 Animal Rights Conference We are jet-lagged and cranky but excited to talk about our thoughts about this year's Animal Rights Conference in DC. The post 238 Our Thoughts from the 2019 Animal Rights Conference appeared first on Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!. Vegan Warrior Princess
Ian Theasby and Henry Firth, BISH BASH BOSH! Ian Theasby and Henry Firth, BISH BASH BOSH!   Ian Theasby, Creative Director and Co-Founder Ian is a creative marketeer with a background in fashion whose wordplay and creative concepts create new go-to favorites for BOSH’s thousands of fans. He also desires to bring plant-based food to the world, helping people and planet to thrive…. It's All About Food
164 Kathryn Kellogg of Going Zero Waste - Can Plastic Give You Acne? After finding several tumors in her breast Kathryn Kellogg, of 'Going Zero Waste', took control of her health by avoiding endocrine disruptors. This included plastics, toxic cleaning supplies, and harmful beauty products. Hear Kathryn's story on how plastic disrupted her hormones and the common symptoms she had that you may want to look out for. Live Planted - Practical Vegan Living
Ordinary Vegan Podcast #60 - Legumes List, Health Benefits & Recipes In today's podcast we focus on the healthiest beans you can eat from my legumes list. Legumes provide a magnitude of essential nutrients that can help you live a longer and healthier life. And science proves that beans contribute to longevity because they cool down systemic inflammation. Ordinary Vegan Podcast
Episode 125: Animal Rights Professionalisation with Corey Lee Wren In this episode of Knowing Animals I am joined by Corey Lee Wren. Corey is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent, Canterbury, England. We discuss her book 'Piecemeal Protest: Animal Rights in the Age of Nonprofits' which will be published by University of Michigan Press in 2019. Knowing Animals
VBT 126: Interview with vegan social media marketing expert John Oberg In this episode I interview John Oberg, a vegan social media marketing expert and influencer in Washington, DC. John is dedicated to making the world a kinder place for animals… Read More. Vegan Business Talk
Mary Merkenich - Animal Liberation and Capitalism On this show we're joined by Mary Merkenich, a member of Socialist Alliance and writer for Green Left Weekly, who discusses links between capitalism and the oppression of animals. Freedom of Species
Episode 498: Nancy Lawson on Humane Gardening Mariann has an encounter at the gym with someone who wanted to eat meat at an animal sanctuary, Jasmin is infuriated by the awful dairy farm episode of Queer Eye, and Mariann gets into a conversation about the Beyond Burger and GMOs. -Mariann speaks with Nancy Lawson about some really wonderful ways to put humane gardening into practice. Our Hen House
Animal Law Podcast #50: Justin Marceau on Animal Law and Criminal Punishment On this episode of the Animal Law Podcast, I speak once again with Justin Marceau, author of the controversial new book Beyond Cages: Animal Law and Criminal Punishment. Animal Law Podcast
Is Donating Organs Bad For Animals? Live In Atlantic City! Ep 192 This week The Bearded Vegans are pleased to bring you their live episode recorded in front of a studio audience at the Atlantic City Vegan Food Festival. They kick things. The Bearded Vegans
Karen Davis, PhD, For The Birds Karen Davis, PhD, For the Birds: From Exploitation to Liberation KAREN DAVIS, PH.D. is the President and Founder of United Poultry Concerns, a nonprofit organization that promotes the compassionate and respectful treatment of domestic fowl including a sanctuary for chickens in Virginia. It's All About Food
237 Capitalism… again! Why wanting a purpose isn't just Millennial b.s. This week we discuss two articles that give yet more evidence as to why Capitalism is harmful. Will That Reduce Anxiety? Joke Why is dark spelled with a ‘k'… Main Topic The articles that inspired this week's discussion are: * What's Your Purpose? Vegan Warrior Princess
Episode 124: Valuing 'Vermin' with Nicholas Holm In this episode of Knowing Animals I am joined by Nicholas Holm. Nicholas is Senior Lecturer in Media Studies at the Massey University. We discuss his journal article ‘Consider the Squirrel: Freaks, Vermin, and Value in the Ruin' of Nature’ which appeared in Cultural Critique in 2012. Knowing Animals
The greater glider vs the Victorian Government They also describe the bold direct action and careful surveys that the dedicated members of Kinglake Friends of the Forest have undertaken, in defence of the greater glider. And how the Victorian Government have deliberately prioritised the economic interests of the logging industry over the survival of the greater glider and a safe climate. Freedom of Species
Confessions of a Level-5 Zero Waste Vegan Remember when Lisa Simpson proudly declared to her eco-warrior idol that she was vegetarian? He poo-pooed her. Food for Thought
Episode 497: Ryan Patey of T.O.F.U Magazine This week, Jasmin talks to Ryan Patey of T.O.F.U Magazine about publishing a DIY magazine, how his travels influence his views of animal issues, and why looking back at your own early work isn't always the best idea. started in 2007 in Canada, but has since gone on to establish a worldwide audience. Our Hen House
Animals Today July 13, 2019. Animal news round up. The problem of otters as pets in Asia. Will the cat declawing ban become law in New York? We begin with hot news stories including Japan resumes commercial whaling, a juvenile black bear was shot by authorities after becoming habituated to people who left food for him, a report predicts most of meat consumed by 2040 will be grown in bioreactors and not from slaughtered animals, a 2 year old boy dies from. Animals Today Podcast
Episode 114 - Balancing Animal Care, Self Care & Work Life Episode 114 So there I was hosting the 2019 Asheville VeganFest, introducing speaker after speaker, when I got the idea: Why not record these speakers and share their talks on the podcast? The first person I asked was Lisa McDonald of Sanctuary Brewing Company and Sweet Bear Rescue Farm. Big Fat Vegan Radio
Is It Ethical For Restaurants To Secretly Serve Vegan Meat? Episode 191 This week Paul and Andy respond to an article sent in by dozens of listeners regarding a non-vegan restaurant that secretly served vegan meat to unsuspecting patrons, only to reveal to the true source of the ingredients after the fact. They'll talk about what they think about this strategy. The Bearded Vegans
Robin Lamont, The Experiment Robin Lamont, The Experiment Robin Lamont worked as a Broadway actress and singer, playing lead roles in Godspell, Grease, and Working. Her original cast recording of "Day by "Day" and her film version of the song have drawn fans from around the world. It's All About Food
163 DJ Tigerlily From Unwell To Running Marathons After Going Vegan Dara Hayes, aka DJ Tigerlily, went from feeling unwell on a traditional diet to running marathons and touring the world, feeling amazing, after going vegan. Live Planted - Practical Vegan Living
236 Say Her Name: Analyzing Episode 8 Season 3 of The Handmaid's Tale Exhausted from business travel and Pride, we skip the news and stuff in the middle and tear into the latest episode of The Handmaid's Tale. Content Warning for more black deaths, undisguised racism, and spoilers. The post 236 Say Her Name: Analyzing Episode 8 Season 3 of The Handmaid's Tale appeared first on Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!. Vegan Warrior Princess
Episode 123: Story telling and Animal Voices with Laura Jean McKay In this episode of Knowing Animals I am joined by Laura Jean McKay. Laura Jean McKay is a writer and literary animal studies researcher. Laura is about to take up a position as Lecturer in Creative Writing at Massey University in New Zealand. We discuss Laura’s story ‘King’ which appeared in Volume 21 of journal Antithesis in 2011. Knowing Animals