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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

Murdered Shopkeeper Vijay Patel, ‘January Jazz’ and ‘The age-less job search’

1/11/2018
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- Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet tells us why he's been raising funds for the family of murdered Mill Hill shopkeeper Vijay Patel. - Gallery Manager Alix Smith on the 'January Jazz' event that will be taking place at the Ben Uri Gallery. - Chief Executive of Resource, Victoria Sterman talks about ‘The age-less job search’ - helping older people back into work. - On the Schmooze we ask how important is it to work with other minority communities? - Our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi...

Duration: 00:58:51


Andrew Kaufman MBE, ‘Uprooted’ and ‘Linkey Initiative’

1/4/2018
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- We speak to Chairman of the AJR Andrew Kaufman after being awarded an MBE in the New Year's Honours list. - Author Lyn Julius talks about her latest book 'Uprooted' which looks at how Jews in Arab countries were forced to flee their homes. - Josh Adley one of the founders of the new 'Linkey Initiative' tells us how he and his colleagues are trying to help the homeless. - On the Schmooze we ask if the Knesset was right to pass a law over the separation of Jerusalem. - Our Rabbinic Thought...

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


30 Under 30, Aaron Simmonds and Simon Morris

12/21/2017
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Following a reception held in honour of the Jewish News' 30 under 30 we speak to Arieh Miller who made it to number 1 in the list, we meet the winner of Jewish Comedian of the Year Aaron Simmonds, Simon Morris the outgoing Chief Executive of Jewish Care tells us about his time at the charity and on the Schmooze we ask is it morally wrong for Jews to celebrate Christmas?

Duration: 00:58:51


SPECIAL EDITION: Chanukah in the Square 2017

12/14/2017
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In this episode we bring you some of the live action from Chanukah in the Square 2017. We’ll hear from the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and the Maccabeats. Plus we speak to some of the organisers, as well as those members of the crowd who braved the cold.

Duration: 00:58:51


Jerusalem, ‘Celebrate Every Day’, UK Dating Awards 2017 and Israel Guide Dog Centre

12/7/2017
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Erun Nissan from Peace Now reacts to Donald Trump’s announcement that America officially recognises Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel, Jewish domestic goddess Denise Phillips talks about her new cookbook ‘Celebrate Every Day’, we meet Jacqui Van Loen who won the ‘New Dating Individual of the Year’ at the UK Dating Awards 2017, UK Executive Director Martin Segal tells us about the work of the Israel Guide Dog Centre and on the Schmooze we ask if Donald Trump is right about Jerusalem.

Duration: 00:58:51


Jewish Caricatures, ‘Secret Whitechapel’ and ‘Light Up A Life’

11/30/2017
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Jewish News Cartoonist Paul Solomons highlights how Jews in caricature don’t always have to be offensive, Photographer Louis Berk on his book 'Secret Whitechapel' which explores the Jewish roots of the East End of London, Sarit Gafan from Tikun tells us about their 'Light Up A Life' programme and on the Schmooze we ask if depicting Jews in cartoons is ever acceptable.

Duration: 00:58:51


Mitzvah Day Participants, ‘Jewish Britain on Film’ and Mysterious Amulet

11/23/2017
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Haidar Nasralla tells us about the way the some of the Golders Green Muslim community participated in Mitzvah Day, Simon McCallum talks about ‘Jewish Britain on Film’ a new collection from the BFI, we learn about a mysterious amulet that’s been discovered at Radlett Reform Synagogue and on the Schmooze we ask if apologies for anti-Semitic comments are good enough.

Duration: 00:58:51


Mitzvah Day 2017, ‘Reminiscences’ and Neshama Festival

11/16/2017
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Executive Director of Mitzvah Day Dan Rickman tells us about this years event, Photographer Mike Stone talks about ‘Reminiscences’ which looks at Jewish World War II veterans, Rebbetzen Freda Kaplan on the groundbreaking Neshama Festival and on the Schmooze we discuss the progression of women in Judaism.

Duration: 00:58:51


Priti Patel, ‘Young Hitler’ and Remembrance Sunday

11/9/2017
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Journalist Jenni Frazer analyses the situation with Priti Patel following revelations about secret meetings with Israeli officials, Author Paul Ham tells us about his new book ‘Young Hitler’ which looks at how the dictator's earlier years shaped him, Rabbi Dr Andrew Goldstein talks about the importance of Remembrance Sunday and on the Schmooze we ask what does Remembrance Sunday mean to us.

Duration: 00:58:51


Balfour Centenary, ‘Yentl The Play’ and Hammerson House

11/2/2017
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Chief Executive of the Jewish Leadership Council Simon Johnson tells us about the work of the Balfour 100 committee, Director Adam Lenson talks about his forthcoming production of ‘Yentl' on at JW3, Susan Cohen the Director of Fundraising and External Relations at Nightingale Hammerson on the £36M redevelopment of Hammerson House and on the Schmooze we discuss what Israel means to Jews.

Duration: 00:58:51


Westminster Holocaust Memorial, ‘Things My Dog Has Taught Me’ and Aberdeen Synagogue

10/26/2017
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Designer Ron Arad tells us about his involvement in the winning plans for the Westminster Holocaust Memorial, Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg talks about his new book ‘Things My Dog Has Taught Me’, Mark Taylor from Aberdeen Synagogue and Jewish Community Centre on how they’ve raised £10,000 following flood damage and on the Schmooze we discuss the importance of the Westminster Holocaust Memorial.

Duration: 00:58:51


Golders Green Mosque, Michael Rosen and Jewish School Awards 2018

10/19/2017
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Marie van der Zyl from the Board of Deputies talks about reactions to the new mosque opening in Golders Green, Author Michael Rosen tells us about his new book ‘So They Call You Pisher?’, Marni Levy & Samantha Benson of PaJeS on the Jewish School Awards 2018 and on The Schmooze we discuss the Golders Green mosque.

Duration: 00:58:51


Best of 5777 Part 3 - UN Resolution, Mitch Winehouse and Miles Isaacs

10/11/2017
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Paul Charney from the Zionist Federation and Hannah Weisfeld of Yachad react to the recent UN Resolution on Settlements, Mitch Winehouse shares some memories of his daughter ahead of the Amy Winehouse exhibition at The Jewish Museum, Miles Isaacs tells us why he decided to donate some of his Bar Mitzvah money to Hatzola UK and on the Schmooze we ask whether being Jewish carries a burden.

Duration: 00:58:51


Best of 5777 Part 2 - Civil Partnerships, Jess Robinson and Mobile Matza Bakery

10/4/2017
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Rebecca Steinfeld tells us why she and her partner Charles Keidan want to be the first heterosexual couple to obtain a civil partnership, impressionist Jess Robinson talks about her appearance on this years Britain's Got Talent, Rabbi Yossi Simon from Tzivos Hashem UK on their mobile Matza Bakery, on the Schmooze we talk about observing Shabbat and Denise Phillips gives us a recipe for Sukkot.

Duration: 00:58:51


Labour Party Conference, ‘Sukkot: Seeking Shelter’ and UJIA

9/28/2017
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Leader of the Jewish Labour Movement Jeremy Newmark reacts to the Labour Party Conference, we look at the new exhibition at The Jewish Museum which looks at the context of a Sukkah in 2017, we meet the newly announced chair of the UJIA Louise Jacobs ahead of her assuming her new role, on the Schmooze we discuss Yom Kippur and Denise Phillips gives us a recipe for breaking the fast.

Duration: 00:58:51


BEST OF 5777 Part 1 – BRCA 1 Gene, Ivor Baddiel and Max’s Foundation

9/20/2017
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In the first of our 5777 best of shows we hear from Gaby Jacobs and her mother Alison Dagul about the affect the BRCA 1 Gene mutation has had on their family. Ivor Baddiel tells us about the documentary he and his brother David made on their father’s battle with Pick’s Disease. Shira Shiller on the reasons why she and her family setup Max’s Foundation in memory of her late son. On the Schmooze we discuss final resting places and Denise Phillips gives us a lovely recipe for Rosh Hashanah....

Duration: 00:58:51


Loneliness, ‘We Go Together’ and Natalie Taylor Gray

9/14/2017
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Head of External Affairs for Jewish Care Lisa Wimborne expresses her organisations concerns over the lack of volunteers helping the elderly, Daniela Pears of the Pears Foundation tells us why her she’s trying to help single Jews find love this Rosh Hashanah, Singer Natalie Taylor Gray on raising awareness for World Lymphoma Day and on the Schmooze we discuss loneliness.

Duration: 00:58:51


Holocaust survivor Gena Turgel's interview on The Jewish Views

9/11/2017
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Survivor Gena Turgel gives us her reaction to the blueprints for the Holocaust memorial to be built at The Palace of Westminster

Duration: 00:10:17


Gena Turgel, The Venus Project and Apples & Honey

9/7/2017
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Survivor Gena Turgel gives us her reaction to the blueprints for the Holocaust memorial to be built at The Palace of Westminster, Photographer David Scheinmann tells us about ‘The Venus Project’ designed to raise awareness of genetic cancers, we learn about Apples & Honey – the new nursery school that’s been opened on the grounds of Nightingale House Care Home and on the Schmooze we discuss the High Holy Days.

Duration: 00:58:51

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