Professor Geoffrey Alderman reminds us of the importance of the Balfour Declaration, Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg talks about his new book 'My Dear Ones: One Family and the Final Solution', Melanie Priestly from Sinai's PSA tells us about their new 'Buddy Benches' project and on the Schmooze we discuss the Palestinian Authority's threat to sue the British government.
Filip Slipaczek tells us about a new UK committee setup to preserve Har HaZeitim aka Mount of Olives, Jen Jankle from the JMI talks about Klezfest 2016, Laura Marks OBE on her new role as chair of Holocaust Memorial Day Trust and on the Schmooze we discuss Charedi segregation.
Chairman of Conservative Friends of Israel Sir Eric Pickles talks about new Prime Minister Theresa May, Jonni Berger tells us about relaunching the #Spit4Mum campaign following Sharon Berger's second Leukemia diagnosis, Louise Hager from Chai Cancer Care on the services they provide and on the Schmooze we discuss the affects of Cancer in the community. This episode is dedicated to Willie Cohen, Amanda Coleman and Simon Cooper.
CEO of Holocaust Educational Trust Karen Pollock reflects on the life of Elie Wiesel, photographer Dorothy Bohm talks about an exhibition of her work based on London in the 1960s, Ali Durban & Sarah Sultman tell us about their new school Gesher and on the Schmooze we discuss the threat of Hizbollah to London Jewry.
Shami Chakrabarti tells us about the findings in her report on anti-Semitism within the Labour Party, Stephen Burstin talks about 'Jewish London Walking Tours', Dan Rickman & Charlie Agran on attending a multi-faith Iftar and on the Schmooze we discuss wandering Jews.
Rabbi Herschel Gluck tells us about his concerns over the rise of far-right extremism, historian Dr Helen Fry on the redevelopment of Trent Park, author Jemma Wayne talks about her new novel 'Chains of Sand' and on the Schmooze we discuss similarities between Catholicism and Judaism.
Former chair of the Jewish Gay and Lesbian Helpline Jack Gilbert gives us his reaction to Chief Rabbi Mirvis' comments following the Orlando nightclub shootings, comedian and songwriter Daniel Cainer talks about his forthcoming debut show at JW3, Eli Tamir tells us about the Mixed Up Chorus' 'Sing Walk Talk' event and on the Schmooze we discuss Jewish attitudes towards homosexuality.
Mark Finnis the coxswain at Dover RNLI tells us about the moment 34 strictly-orthodox teenagers were rescued, Ron Finlay talks about this year's Proms at St Jude's music and arts festival, Claudia Bookey and Meryl Folb on the launch of the Aitza Network and on the Schmooze we discuss women in Judaism.
CEO of Pink News Benjamin Cohen tells us about his recent torrent of online abuse, Nicki Tiefenbrun and Emma Spitzer give us an insight into Gefiltefest 2016, Kinga Staroniewska talks about the rebuilding of the Wolpa Synagogue in Poland, Denise Phillips has a cheesecake recipe for Shavuot and on the Schmooze we discuss religious regalia.
Russell Langer from The Union of Jewish Students tells us what life on campus is really like, Darren Altman talks about his recent Britain's Got Talent appearance, Joshku Gunusen on how he was inspired to raise money for charity after his Bar Mitzvah, Gaby Lebetkin describes the moment she won gold for her Chelsea Flower Show exhibit and on the Schmooze we discuss Jewish identity.