Nature Bats Last Nature Bats Last is the most radical show on the radio. Hosts Kevin Hester and Guy McPherson get to the root of relevant issues facing society.

April 4, 2018  

Kia ora from Aotearoa N.Z.

Today’s guest on Nature Bats Last is evolutionary biologist Professor Guy McPherson, professor emeritus from the University of Arizona. Professor McPherson’s website can be found at  Additional information and videos can be found at Professor McPherson’s You Tube channel Nature Bats Last
Corroborating evidence and associated links pertaining to the show will be posted on the show hosts blog at KEVINHESTER.LIVE under the title “Professor Guy McPherson connecting the dots on the Sixth Great Extinction”.

March 8, 2018  

Today’s guest on Nature Bats Last is award winning staff reporter Dahr Jamail.

Dahr has reported extensively as an un-imbedded journalist in Iraq, he covered the Deep Water Horizon spill in the Gulf and in recent years concentrated on the climate crisis.

Dahr’s personal website is


February 7, 2018  

Today’s guest on Nature Bats Last is Dr Andrew Glikson, earth and paleo-climate scientist , visiting “Fellow at the Australian National University”. Many scholarly articles written about and by  Dr Glikson can be found at like this; 
This episode and additional corroborating evidence will be published at my website KEVINHESTER.LIVE

January 3, 2018  

On today’s episode of Nature Bats Last on PRN.FM  my guest was U.S. Environmental Lawyer and activist, William Bibb who has practiced for fifty years helping people and victims of careless corporations and individuals. “We are all victims now of corporate greed in a system where profits are placed above the rights of the individual, safety, and the environment.” Bill is  a graduate of UCLA and Southwestern College of Law in Los Angeles and is in private practice in San Diego, California - Encinitas. Bill  took Environmental Law back in 1976. He was a member of the Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of California and is currently the President of a Non-Profit Corporation that serves as a Petitioner in California Environmental Quality Act cases. 

November 8, 2017  

Todays esteemed guest on Nature Bats Last was Professor Paul Ehrlich, author of over 30 books and numerous peer reviewed science papers. We had a wide ranging dialogue about the unfolding 6th Great Extinction, the nuclear implications and the multiple failures of the Trump regime’ in Puerto Rico.
Paul’s recent science paper on the unfolding biological annihilation is embedded in the below link; 

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October 4, 2017  

In today’s episode of Nature Bats Last on PRN.FM new host Kevin Hester interviews the shows founder, Professor Guy McPherson and they discuss the unfolding catastrophe in Puerto Rico, the failure of the Trump administration to mobilise successfully and the nuclear threat from these extreme weather events.
Also discussed in detail was the recent article from Global Research about the Biological Annihilation that is underway as the sixth great extinction proceeds “Faster than previously thought”.
Many thanks to Gary Null and the production team PRN

September 6, 2017  

Guy and friends, including renowned journalist Dahr Jamail, frequent guest-host and co-host Pauline Schneider, occasional guest Paul Marcotte, and new friends Sara Law and Glen Peter Osborne, have a wide-ranging conversation in this episode of NBL radio. A few listeners join the fray, too.

August 2, 2017  

Guy and Cory and converse with Australian independent journalist Michael Swifte. You can find his writing at his blog, We Suspect Silence, Wrong Kind of Green, and on his Twitter handle @empathiser. We took a few calls from listeners.

July 19, 2017  
Guy and Cory discussed Guy's ongoing tour of the Midwest U.S. and various aspects of his work
*Mike was never connected on this episode*
June 7, 2017  
This show marked the beginning of an era: Cory Morningstar began as new co-host. We reviewed the history of the show, talked about Cory's ongoing, radical work, checked in with Australian correspondent Serena, and took calls from listeners.

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