Tanner & Moore cohosts Stuart Tanner and James Moore speak with South African environmental activist Mariam Mayet.
Mayet, who lives in Johannesberg, is the founder and director of the African Centre for Biosafety. Under her direction, the organisation has developed from one with a focus primarily on biosafety to one with four key programmes: biosafety, biopiracy, agrofuels and challenging industrial agricultural models such as the Green Revolution push in Africa. Her particular interest is in cutting edge research, providing sound credible information and analysis and putting information into the public domain.
was the first female leg amputee to complete the Ironman Triathlon
World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. Sarah was born with proximal
femoral focal deficiency, a bone-growth disorder that eventually lead
to her becoming an above-the-knee amputee at the age of seven. She was
featured on the cover of Runner's World and was named one of the first eight "Heroes of Running" in the magazine. Ms. Rienertsen has also appeared on the cover of Triathlete magazine and Max Sports & Fitness magazine. She also scooped up the well-deserved ESPY award in 2006.
I've been looking forward to this album for almost 2 years now and it was worth the wait! The lovely and talented Allie Moss does not disappoint with her new EP Passerby, featuring her beautiful voice, gorgeous melodies and relatable, relevant lyrics.
is a seasoned international journalist; Richard Downes regularly
cohosts the most popular daily RTÉ radio program "Morning Ireland" and
reports for television news and for the RTÉ current affairs flagship
"Prime Time." During the 2003 war, he stayed in Baghdad and covered the
collapse of Saddam's regime from within. Vincent Browne described him
as "the best reporter covering the war." Downes lives in Dublin with
his wife and two young children. His latest book is In Search of Iraq: From Baghdad to Babylon.