July 22nd, 2016
Episode 574 of 770 episodes
Animals in the workplace: workers made to toil ludicrous hours, and never, ever do they get paid a penny. We hear about the experiences of guide dogs for the blind, and an office where employees are encouraged to bring their dogs to work. Plus Dr Philip Low, a leading neuroscientist at Stanford University, talks about animal rights and consciousness, and animal behavioral scientist Con Slobodchikoff gives us a lesson in the language of prairie dogs. (Photo: Prairie dogs in a zoo in Germany, Credit: Getty Images)
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