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The weekly Jewish news and culture show in association with The Jewish News
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May 19, 2016 03:46 PM PDT

Michael McCann from Israel-Britain Alliance on his organisations' concerns over Palestinian foreign aid, Jo & Julian Landy tell us what to expect from this years' Cambridge Limmud, Neil Taylor talks about the Maccabi GB Community Fun Run 2016 and on the Schmooze we discuss Boris Johnson's comments comparing the EU to Hitler.

May 12, 2016 05:22 PM PDT

Ahead of her performance at the ZF Yom Ha'atzmaut celebrations we talk to Dana International, Dani Tucker tells us about her new cookbook she put together in honour of her late mother, Rabbi Jeremy Lawrence talks about Kinloss’ day of inspiration and on the Schmooze we talk about the risk of Judaism dying out.

May 05, 2016 04:42 PM PDT

Gabriel Blauer tells us about Manna UK’s annual Soup Walk, Bayla Perrin and Benjamin Conway from The Paperweight Trust talk about their work, our very own Richard Ferrer and Justin Cohen on the new look Jewish News website and on the Schmooze we talk about tackling anti-Semitism within The Labour Party.

April 29, 2016 02:06 PM PDT

Jeremy Newmark from The Jewish Labour Movement on the recent suspension of Naz Shah MP, Kaela Starkman tells us about the screening of a documentary about Henry Wermuth, his daughter Ilana Metzger gives us an insight into her father's extraordinary life, Mark Meir talks about Akiva School's forthcoming 'Just For Laughs' event and on the Schmooze we discuss Yom HaShoah

April 21, 2016 03:52 PM PDT

Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra gives a Muslim perspective on the recent survey that revealed how British Muslims feel about Jews, Natalie Braier tells us about her work as a modern-day shadchan, Alexis Boo talks about her families fundraising efforts following her brother-in-law's Cancer diagnosis and on the Schmooze we discuss brit milah or circumcision.

April 14, 2016 04:36 PM PDT

Gideon Falter from Campaign Against Anti-Semitism talks about the results of a survey that reveals how British Muslims feel about Jews, Alex Nacamuli tells us about 'Sephardi Voices' part of the Sephardi Festival at JW3, the late boxing referee Sid Nathan's granddaughter Georgina Morelle on his career, Jewish domestic goddess Denise Phillips gives us a Passover recipe and on the Schmooze we discuss the difference between Ashkenazim & Sephardim.

April 07, 2016 04:51 PM PDT

Hear what happened at the recent London mayoral elections hustings, Susan Cohen from Six Point Foundation explains why the organisation is closing, Liz Selby tells us about the 'Moses, Mods and Mr Fish' exhibition, Peter Hedderly talks about an event to mark 77th anniversary of the Kindertransport and on the Schmooze we discuss issues we'd want the next London mayor to tackle.

March 31, 2016 04:47 PM PDT

CEO of AJR Michael Newman tells us about the post war bid for compensation made by holocaust survivors, chef Alan Rosenthal talks about his new Kosher tapas class at JW3, Gina Ross talks about Jewish legacies and on the Schmooze we talk about interfaith.

March 24, 2016 06:24 PM PDT

President of the Jewish community in Brussels, Phillipe Markovic, gives us the mood and reaction from Belgium after the recent terrorist attack, Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg tells us about his visit to the refugee camps in Calais, Julie Saddiqi talks about Sadaqa day - a day she created inspired by Mitzvah day, Rabbi Hanoch Teller speaks to us about his work as an award winning author lecturer and story teller and on the Schmooze we discuss how concern we should be in Britain about terrorism in the wake of the Brussels attack.

March 17, 2016 06:38 PM PDT
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Jeremy Newmark talks about alleged anti-semitism and the Labour party, Barbara Winton tells us about a how her father, Sir Nicholas Winton's life is to be commemorated, Oliver Ansfeld speaks about his new venture a Jewish online TV channel J-TV and on the Schmooze we discuss whether history is repeating itself with regard to anti semitism.

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