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Hosted by the community's top broadcasters, and featuring the community's biggest names, The Jewish Views delivers the latest news and sharpest opinions, celebrity guests, culture and sport every Friday!

Hosted by the community's top broadcasters, and featuring the community's biggest names, The Jewish Views delivers the latest news and sharpest opinions, celebrity guests, culture and sport every Friday!
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London, United Kingdom

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Hosted by the community's top broadcasters, and featuring the community's biggest names, The Jewish Views delivers the latest news and sharpest opinions, celebrity guests, culture and sport every Friday!

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Multilingual


Episodes

Al Quds Day March, Sir Ben Helfgott and 'The Reader'

6/13/2018
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This week Phil, Clive and Kate speak to Chairman of The Zionist Federation, Paul Charney about this year's Al Quds Day march. Holocaust survivor, Ben Helfgott tells us about receiving a knighthood in the Birthday Honours as well as being sculptured by Frances Segelman. TJV's Kate Fulton chats about some of her volunteering work for 'The Reader' following Volunteers Week - which took place earlier this month. Foreign Editor Stephen Oryszczuk reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought...

Duration:00:42:20

SPECIAL EDITION: Gena Turgel's Story

6/8/2018
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Holocaust survivor and educator Gena Turgel has passed away at the age of 95. This is her story, in her own words, as heard on the show back in 2015.

Duration:00:14:03

Petition over Hezbollah, 'Jews in Uniform' and Lt. Col. Mordaunt Cohen MBE

6/6/2018
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This week Phil, Tony and Diana speak to Gideon Falter, the Chairman for Campaign Against Antisemitism about a petition he started to fully proscribe Hezbollah as a terrorist group ahead of the Al Quds Day march. Michael Greisman tells us about his book 'Jews in Uniform'. We meet the oldest recipient on the New Year's Honours List, Lt. Col. Mordaunt Cohen MBE. News Editor Justin Cohen reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the week comes from Rabbi Andrew Shaw from Mizrachi UK.

Duration:00:48:55

Kaddish for Gaza, 'The Founding of Israel' and Jewish Arts Fair 2018

5/30/2018
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This week Phil, Clive and Diana continue to look at the fallout following members of the community reciting the Kaddish for those killed in the latest Gaza conflict. We hear about a fascinating new book called ‘The Founding of Israel’ by Author, Martin Connolly. Find out what happened at this year’s ‘Jewish Art Fair’ with a special report from Kate. Editor Richard Ferrer reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Ben Kurzer from Edgware United Synagogue.

Duration:00:40:42

Ken Livingstone, Marie van Der Zyl and Fiyaz Mughal

5/23/2018
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This week Phil, Jon & Diana speak to National Secretary for the Jewish Labour Movement, Councillor Peter Mason about the resignation of former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone from the Labour Party. Newly elected President of the Board of Deputies, Marie van der Zyl tells us her plans for the organisation moving forward. CEO of Faith Matters Fiyaz Mughal on why he was one of several Muslim signatories on a letter, published in numerous newspapers, condemning antisemitism. News Editor Justin...

Duration:00:43:50

Gaza Conflict, Ute Lemper, Shavuot 5778 and Bake Day 2018

5/16/2018
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This week Clive, Kate and Tony unpick the situation in Gaza since the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem. German Songstress, Ute Lemper talks about her forthcoming show at JW3 'Songs For Eternity'. Naomi Creeger from Jewish Care chats about Bake Day 2018, Chef & Cookery Writer, Denise Phillips gives us some delicious ideas for Shavuot. Editor Richard Ferrer reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Jeremy Lawrence of Kinloss United Synagogue.

Duration:00:37:10

45 Aid Society, 'Knock Knock', '100 Faces' & Flora Frank

5/10/2018
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This week Phil, Clive & Tony speak to Sir Eric Pickles, co-chair of the UK Holocaust Memorial Foundation about the 45 Aid Society's annual reunion dinner. Director Benjamin Till chats about his latest film project '100 Faces' where he's looking for one Jew to represent ever year between 1918 and 2017. Flora Frank tells us why she's just completed her 37th Marathon and we hear from Niv Petel about his play 'Knock Knock'. Editor Richard Ferrer reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought...

Duration:00:53:56

Iran Nuclear Claims, Domestic Abuse and Jews Got Talent 2018

5/2/2018
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This week Kate, Phil & Diana speak to Israeli Ambassador Mark Regev about claims made by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that his country has proof Iran are still working on nuclear weapons. Naomi Dickson of Jewish Women's Aid talks about the alarming rise in domestic violence against Jewish women. Stuart Stepsky chats about this year's 'Jews Got Talent' and hear what happened at this year's 'Day of Inspiration' event at Kinloss Shul. Editor Richard Ferrer reviews The Jewish News and our...

Duration:00:49:27

Meeting with Jeremy Corbyn, London Marathon 2018, Stanley Kubrick & Holocaust Education

4/25/2018
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This week Jon, Clive & Tony speak to CEO of The Jewish Leadership Council, Simon Johnson about the recent meeting between Jeremy Corbyn and Jewish Leaders. Dan Rickman, Elliot Cantor and Lauren Barr chat about running this years London Marathon. Professor Nathan Abrams on his forthcoming book about film maker Stanley Kubrick and Anita Parmar from the Holocaust Educational Trust talks about Holocaust education in schools. Online Editor Jack Mendel reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic...

Duration:00:43:24

Organ Donation, March of the Living 2018 & 'B's Buttons'

4/18/2018
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This week Clive, Kate & Phil meet Jess Harris who's currently awaiting a pancreas & kidney transplant, she tells them why she's trying to get the law on organ donation changed. Stacey Abendstern & Andrew Sherwood talk about this years 'March of the Living'. History teacher Laura Oram on the amazing way she's taught her pupils about the Holocaust. Russell Bahar chats about the ground-breaking 'J-Trade' event. Editor Richard Ferrer reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the...

Duration:00:50:00

Alec Ward, Joe Bor and ZF's Israel Independence Day Festival 2018

4/12/2018
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This week Diana, Phil & Tony speak to Olivia Marks-Woldman from Holocaust Memorial Day Trust about the life of Holocaust Survivor, Alec Ward who's died aged 91. You can also hear what happened at the rally outside Labour HQ in Central London. Comedian Joe Bor chats about his show 'Room With A Jew' and Arieh Miller from the Zionist Federation talks about their Israel Independence Day Festival 2018. Justin Cohen reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi...

Duration:00:46:21

Pesach 5778, Leket and 'A Spoonful of Sherman'

4/5/2018
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Professional Chef & Cookery Writer Denise Phillips gives us some great tips for Passover, Zara Provisor from Leket tells us how her organisation is combating food wastage in Israel, Bobbie Sherman on his musical 'A Spoonful of Sherman' based on the works of The Sherman Brothers and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Steven Katz of Edgware & Hendon Reform Synagogue.

Duration:00:46:40

Agnes Grunwald-Spier and Oskar Groening

3/15/2018
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This week Phil, Clive, Kate & Tony look at women of the Shoah with author Agnes Grunwald-Spier who talks about her book 'Women's Experiences in the Holocaust In Their Own Words' and Martin Winstone of the Holocaust Educational Trust discusses the life of convicted Auschwitz guard Oskar Groening following his death. Editor Richard Ferrer reviews The Jewish News and Our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg.

Duration:00:46:18

Multi-Jewish School Academy, David Granick and Maureen Kendler

3/1/2018
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- President of the United Synagogue, Michael Goldstein tells us about a new multi-school academy that’s set to revolutionise Jewish education. - Photographer Chris Dorley-Brown talks about uncovering photographs of the East End, as captured by the late David Granick. - Rabbi Dr Raphael Zarum & Dr Tamra Wright pay tribute to their friend and colleague, Maureen Kendler who has died following a short illness. - On the Schmooze we look back at some of our favourite discussions featured on the...

Duration:00:58:51

Night of Heroes 2018, ‘A Bold and Dangerous Family’ and Richard Verber

2/22/2018
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• We hear who the big winners were at the inaugural Jewish News Night of Heroes. • Caroline Moorehead on her book 'A Bold and Dangerous Family' - set during the rise against anti-fascism. • Richard Verber tells us why he’s decided to step down from the Board of Deputies. • On The Schmooze we ask who the most inspirational Jews have been throughout history. • Our Rabbinic Thought for the Week Comes from Rabbi Ben Kurzer from Edgware United Synagogue.

Duration:00:58:51

Benjamin Netanyahu Corruption Accusations, Nissim Black and David & Beryl Davis

2/15/2018
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Senior Analyst for The Times of Israel Haviv Gur on the accusations of corruption aimed at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. We hear the fascinating story of Nassim Black, the self-titled gangster rapper turned Orthodox Jew, he tells us about his path to conversion. David Davis on how he and his wife Beryl went through what no parent should have to go through, we find out why more than 50 years on they are reliving their heartbreaking story. On the Schmooze we discuss why we put...

Duration:00:58:51

UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative, JMI Jewish Music Fair 2018 and The Simchas Suri Toy Drive

2/8/2018
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- Philanthropist David Dangoor tells us about the brand new initiative that will see the NHS benefit from Israeli medical technology. - Jennifer Jankel of the JMI gives us an insight into the forthcoming Jewish Music Fair being held at Alyth Gardens on 18th February. - We learn about the toy drive that’s been setup in memory of former teacher Suri Dubiner who lost her battle with cancer in 2017. - On the Schmooze we ask how instrumental are we as a community in the world of medicine? - Our...

Duration:00:58:51

Mala Tribich MBE, ‘The Long Night’ and JBD’s PETron Campaign

1/25/2018
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Mala Tribich MBE shares her incredible story of survival as the country marks Holocaust Memorial Day 2018. Noemie Lopian talks about her father's book ‘The Long Night’ - the memoirs of Holocaust survivor Ernst Bornstein. Yael Toledano of Jewish Blind & Disabled tells us about their 'PETron 2018' campaign, in a bid to crown Britain's cutest Jewish pet. On the Schmooze we ask how do we keep the memory of the Holocaust alive once there are no survivors left. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Week...

Duration:00:58:51

Rigby & Peller Royal Warrant, ‘Jewish Rome’ and Goods for Good

1/18/2018
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- June Kenton of Rigby & Peller talks to us about losing the Royal warrant following the publication of her autobiography. - Tour Guide Stephen Burstin tells us about his forthcoming lecture at JW3 inspired by the Jews of Rome. - CEO of Goods for Good, Rosalind Bluestone on how her organisation redistributes surplus items to those in need. - On the Schmooze we discuss how the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Auschwitz programme is to be extended to universities - Our Rabbinic Thought for the...

Duration:00:58:51

Review of the Year 2017, FEAST and ‘Companion Voices’

12/28/2017
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We look back at some of the big news stories that have affected the Jewish community over the past 12 months, Founder of FEAST Hannah Style tells us how her organisation help minimalise food wastage, Interim Musical Director for ‘Companion Voices’ Rachel Weston on the amazing work they do with those in the final stages of life and on the Schmooze we ask how the Jewish New Year compares to the secular one.

Duration:00:58:51