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Knowing Animals

By Siobhan O'Sullivan

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Knowing Animals is a regular 20 minutes podcast about all things related to animals and ethics; animals and the law; animals and politics; and animal advocacy. It features interviews with academic and animal advocates. It is available free so enjoy!

Customer Reviews

Fascinating!

Never have I heard so engaging a discussion from such a straight shooter. Thanks Siobhan!

Terrific resource for "knowing animals"!

Just listened to my first podcast and thoroughly enjoyed the discussion and information. As someone who's been passionate about animal welfare and how it relates to human health and our environment, I'm pleased to have found a resource that shares scholarly information on this subject!

Episode 32 Dr Jones

"Excellent, well-prepared interview with RCJ. I have met Dr. Jones and know that his nature is to be deferential and respectful when in conversation. However he also has an unusual facility for not only withstanding withering, raging ignorance when speaking with (or enduring) someone who disagrees with him, but he can also sustain a demeanor that conveys "I can be just as, and more, aggressive and intimidating than you are behaving, but I strongly recommend that you not provoke me to display this side of me; but if you like, I have the time, energy, and chops to perform for the targeted prejudiced audience to which you are pandering". More effort should be made to place Dr Jones in higher profile debates to test the defensibility of the anti-vegan forces."

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