Radio Straydogs #2: Nature in the city

Can’t wait any longer? Hurry then, listen to the Straydogs’ second show, recorded 16 April 2016 at London Fields Radio, Wilton Way Cafe in Hackney. The show features music and the object of our current curiosity – all covered through interviews with live guests, audience involvement and scientific trivia. The topic of this show is…

Top 5: City and nature-merges

For Straydogs’ radio show on London Fields Radio, we have found some incredible ways city and nature has been merged around the world. Why do city-dwellers need nature and how Mother Earth do you get it in London? Come join us and special guests from 10 am-12 for the recording of a nature-in-the-city special at…

Straydogs’ first radio show

Here it is. The Straydogs’ first show, recorded 2 April 2016 at London Fields Radio, Wilton Way Cafe in Hackney. The show features music and a specific topic of the day covered through interviews with live guests, audience involvement and scientific trivia. The topic of this first show is collectors. We have Mattie Faint, who…

Top 5: Crazy collectors

For Straydogs’ radio show on London Fields Radio, we compiled a list of some of the most incredible collectors in the world. Curious about collectors and what makes them tick? Come join us and special guests from 10 am-12 for the recording of a collector special at Wilton Way Café, 63 Wilton Way, London, UK…

Singapore – loudly and unapologetically anti-liberal

Interview: Chua Beng Huat has been Director of Research on the Housing and Development Board (HDB) in the 80’s and is now Head of the Department of Sociology at National University of Singapore. Jelis Bosse and Helle Asbjørn Sørensen question how Singapore owes it success to a communitarian ideology giving collective welfare precedence over individual…

Endangered species on Denmark’s fringe

How did one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of crocodiles end up in the town of Eskildstrup on the island of Lolland? Thomas Bech Hansen meets René Hedegaard, a man on a mission to save threatened animals and a vanishing region. Some 150 kilometres south of Copenhagen lies the island of Lolland. Abandoned houses…