In June, they featured my favourite animal ethics philosopher Gary Francione in a two-part podcast where he discussed some of his works, explaining animal abolitionism and how it's a necessary reaction to the ethically problematic animal welfarism. He explains how his views differ tremendously from better-known animal ethics philosophers like Tom Regan and Peter Singer. He's actually responsible for having made me rethink my views on Singer's work (I was a utilitarianism geek in university) and has left me asking myself some important questions about why I'm vegan and how I can become a better advocate for non-human animals.
I strongly recommend listening to the two-part interview. You can listen to it here:
Part one - June 20
Part two - June 26