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Latest Episodes

September 2019: Jeremy Sassoon, Ravenswood Redevelopment, Ruben's Reopens and RJUK's Annual Dinner

This month Phil, Jon, Tony & Clive hear from Musician, Jeremy Sassoon about his show 'MOJO (Musicians of Jewish Origin), which is on at JW3 on 26th September 2019. Chief Executive of Norwood, Bev Jacobson chats about the planned redevelopment of the Ravenswood site. Restaurateur, Lee Landau tells us why he has reopened Ruben's restaurant a matter of months after it closed. Community Educator, Rabbi Debbie Young Somers on Reform Judaism's Annual Dinner which is taking place later this month. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Danny Rich, Senior Rabbi of Liberal Judaism UK.

50 MIN2 weeks ago
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September 2019: Jeremy Sassoon, Ravenswood Redevelopment, Ruben's Reopens and RJUK's Annual Dinner

August 2019: Edinburgh Fringe, Camden Fringe, Summer at JW3 and Tourism to Israel

This month Phil, Kate, Tony & Clive hear from Composer, Alexander Bermange about his new production 'I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical', which is on at The Edinburgh Fringe 2019. Jewish Comedian of the Year Contestant, James Harris chats about his Camden Fringe show, 'The Palace of Earthly Delights'. Head of Community Programming at JW3, Natalie Burger & the organiser behind 'Mind Sports Olympiad', Etan Ilfeld tell us about the programme of Summer events at JW3. Founder of West End Travel, David Segel talks about record levels of tourism for Israel. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Harvey Belovski of Golders Green United Synagogue.

46 MINAUG 1
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August 2019: Edinburgh Fringe, Camden Fringe, Summer at JW3 and Tourism to Israel

July 2019: Howard Jacobson, Jess Robinson, Rabbi Alan Plancey and 'Nadine'

This month Jon, Kate, Tony & Clive speak to award winning author, Howard Jacobson about his new book 'Live A Little' and his forthcoming appearance at JW3 on 11th July. Impressionist & former Britains Got Talent contestant, Jess Robinson chats about her show at JW3 on 18th July 'Work In Progress'. Rabbi Alan Plancey discusses becoming the first Rabbi in the UK to be elected a Mayor. Author John Steinberg tells us about his new book 'Nadine'. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner, Senior Rabbi of the Movement for Reform Judaism.

52 MINJUL 1
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July 2019: Howard Jacobson, Jess Robinson, Rabbi Alan Plancey and 'Nadine'

June 2019: Ashley Blaker, Judy Jackson, 'Great British Jews' and Liberal Synagogue Elstree at 50

This month Phil, Clive & Tony speak to comedian Ashley Blaker ahead of his show 'Prophet Sharing' on at JW3. Author, Judy Jackson chats about her new book 'Episodes'. Jemima Jarman talks about her new exhibition 'Great British Jews' on at The Jewish Museum. One of the founding members of Liberal Synagogue Elstree, Terry Benson on the community celebrating it's 50th anniversary. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Aaron Goldstein of Northwood & Pinner Liberal Synagogue.

52 MINJUN 3
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June 2019: Ashley Blaker, Judy Jackson, 'Great British Jews' and Liberal Synagogue Elstree at 50

May 2019: #ActiveAllies, Robert Elms, 'Syrian Song of Torah' and The Eco Shul

This month Phil, Clive & Tony speak to founders of the Nisa-Nashim Network, Laura Marks and Julie Siddiqi about their #ActiveAllies campaign. Broadcaster & Author, Robert Elms chats about his new book 'London Made Us' and his forthcoming appearance at JW3. Rabbi Joseph Dwek of the S&P Sephardi community tells us about 'The Syrian Song of Torah'. Chair of the Green Team for Finchley Reform Synagogue, Adrian Seiff explains why their new shul is set to be the first of it's kind in the UK. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Harvey Belovski of Golders Green United Synagogue.

50 MINMAY 1
Comments
May 2019: #ActiveAllies, Robert Elms, 'Syrian Song of Torah' and The Eco Shul

April 2019: Israeli Elections, Lt. Col Mordaunt Cohen, Emily Rose and Richard Pollins

We're back! In our first show for 2019 Jon, Phil, Tony & Kate speak to Baruch Velleman of 'Pashut Ahuva' or'Simply Love' about the forthcoming Israeli elections. Following the passing of Lt. Col Mordaunt Cohen, his grandson Rabbi Simon Taylor looks back on his extraordinary life. Performer, Emily Rose chats about her forthcoming 'Scratch Night' at JW3. We hear the extraordinary story of Richard Pollins who, despite being born without legs, has raised over £60K for charity. Jewish Domestic Goddess Denise Phillips gives us a recipe for Pesach and our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg of New North London Masorti Synagogue.

50 MINAPR 1
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April 2019: Israeli Elections, Lt. Col Mordaunt Cohen, Emily Rose and Richard Pollins

The Best of The Jewish Views 2018

This week, in our final programme for 2018, the team bring you a selection of our highlights from the past 12 months. We'll hear from some of the big names feature as well as the main stories that featured throughout the year. You won't want to miss our outtakes, plus there's a BIG announcement...

42 MIN2018 DEC 20
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The Best of The Jewish Views 2018

'Nuremberg's Voice of Doom' and Arieh Miller

This week Phil, Kate & Diana speak to Author and Historian Paul Hooley about his fascinating new book 'Nuremberg's Voice of Doom'. Newley appointed Chief Executive of the Union of Jewish Students, Arieh Miller chats about his vision for the organisation. Editor Richard Ferrer reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Harvey Belovski of Golders Green United Synagogue.

31 MIN2018 DEC 13
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'Nuremberg's Voice of Doom' and Arieh Miller

SPECIAL EDITION: George H W Bush and Chanukah in the Square 2018

This week Jon, Tony & Phil speak to Ron Kampeas of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, following the death of George H W Bush, about his life and his remarkable ties to the global Jewish community. In a special report we get all of the action from this years Chanukah in the Square 2018, we'll hear from the Chief Rabbi, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, Israeli Ambassador Mark Regev, familiar friends of The Jewish Views and some of the punters who braved the elements to watch it live. Editor Richard Ferrer & Supplements Editor, Brigit Grant review The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Aaron Goldstein of Northwood & Pinner Liberal Synagogue.

52 MIN2018 DEC 6
Comments
SPECIAL EDITION: George H W Bush and Chanukah in the Square 2018

Limmud 2018, 'Back to Berlin' and Yavneh College

This week Phil, Diana & Tony speak to Jon Freedman, the newly appointed Deputy Director of Limmud about his new position and this years' conference. Director, Catherine Lurie chats about her new film 'Back to Berlin' a feature documentary that follows the mission of eleven bikers who take the Maccabiah torch from Israel to the site of the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Headteacher Spencer Lewis, talks about his school, Yavneh College being named as the best performing comprehensive school in the country. Features Editor, Fran Wolfisz reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg of New North London Masorti Synagogue.

43 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Limmud 2018, 'Back to Berlin' and Yavneh College

Latest Episodes

September 2019: Jeremy Sassoon, Ravenswood Redevelopment, Ruben's Reopens and RJUK's Annual Dinner

This month Phil, Jon, Tony & Clive hear from Musician, Jeremy Sassoon about his show 'MOJO (Musicians of Jewish Origin), which is on at JW3 on 26th September 2019. Chief Executive of Norwood, Bev Jacobson chats about the planned redevelopment of the Ravenswood site. Restaurateur, Lee Landau tells us why he has reopened Ruben's restaurant a matter of months after it closed. Community Educator, Rabbi Debbie Young Somers on Reform Judaism's Annual Dinner which is taking place later this month. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Danny Rich, Senior Rabbi of Liberal Judaism UK.

50 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
September 2019: Jeremy Sassoon, Ravenswood Redevelopment, Ruben's Reopens and RJUK's Annual Dinner

August 2019: Edinburgh Fringe, Camden Fringe, Summer at JW3 and Tourism to Israel

This month Phil, Kate, Tony & Clive hear from Composer, Alexander Bermange about his new production 'I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical', which is on at The Edinburgh Fringe 2019. Jewish Comedian of the Year Contestant, James Harris chats about his Camden Fringe show, 'The Palace of Earthly Delights'. Head of Community Programming at JW3, Natalie Burger & the organiser behind 'Mind Sports Olympiad', Etan Ilfeld tell us about the programme of Summer events at JW3. Founder of West End Travel, David Segel talks about record levels of tourism for Israel. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Harvey Belovski of Golders Green United Synagogue.

46 MINAUG 1
Comments
August 2019: Edinburgh Fringe, Camden Fringe, Summer at JW3 and Tourism to Israel

July 2019: Howard Jacobson, Jess Robinson, Rabbi Alan Plancey and 'Nadine'

This month Jon, Kate, Tony & Clive speak to award winning author, Howard Jacobson about his new book 'Live A Little' and his forthcoming appearance at JW3 on 11th July. Impressionist & former Britains Got Talent contestant, Jess Robinson chats about her show at JW3 on 18th July 'Work In Progress'. Rabbi Alan Plancey discusses becoming the first Rabbi in the UK to be elected a Mayor. Author John Steinberg tells us about his new book 'Nadine'. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner, Senior Rabbi of the Movement for Reform Judaism.

52 MINJUL 1
Comments
July 2019: Howard Jacobson, Jess Robinson, Rabbi Alan Plancey and 'Nadine'

June 2019: Ashley Blaker, Judy Jackson, 'Great British Jews' and Liberal Synagogue Elstree at 50

This month Phil, Clive & Tony speak to comedian Ashley Blaker ahead of his show 'Prophet Sharing' on at JW3. Author, Judy Jackson chats about her new book 'Episodes'. Jemima Jarman talks about her new exhibition 'Great British Jews' on at The Jewish Museum. One of the founding members of Liberal Synagogue Elstree, Terry Benson on the community celebrating it's 50th anniversary. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Aaron Goldstein of Northwood & Pinner Liberal Synagogue.

52 MINJUN 3
Comments
June 2019: Ashley Blaker, Judy Jackson, 'Great British Jews' and Liberal Synagogue Elstree at 50

May 2019: #ActiveAllies, Robert Elms, 'Syrian Song of Torah' and The Eco Shul

This month Phil, Clive & Tony speak to founders of the Nisa-Nashim Network, Laura Marks and Julie Siddiqi about their #ActiveAllies campaign. Broadcaster & Author, Robert Elms chats about his new book 'London Made Us' and his forthcoming appearance at JW3. Rabbi Joseph Dwek of the S&P Sephardi community tells us about 'The Syrian Song of Torah'. Chair of the Green Team for Finchley Reform Synagogue, Adrian Seiff explains why their new shul is set to be the first of it's kind in the UK. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Harvey Belovski of Golders Green United Synagogue.

50 MINMAY 1
Comments
May 2019: #ActiveAllies, Robert Elms, 'Syrian Song of Torah' and The Eco Shul

April 2019: Israeli Elections, Lt. Col Mordaunt Cohen, Emily Rose and Richard Pollins

We're back! In our first show for 2019 Jon, Phil, Tony & Kate speak to Baruch Velleman of 'Pashut Ahuva' or'Simply Love' about the forthcoming Israeli elections. Following the passing of Lt. Col Mordaunt Cohen, his grandson Rabbi Simon Taylor looks back on his extraordinary life. Performer, Emily Rose chats about her forthcoming 'Scratch Night' at JW3. We hear the extraordinary story of Richard Pollins who, despite being born without legs, has raised over £60K for charity. Jewish Domestic Goddess Denise Phillips gives us a recipe for Pesach and our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg of New North London Masorti Synagogue.

50 MINAPR 1
Comments
April 2019: Israeli Elections, Lt. Col Mordaunt Cohen, Emily Rose and Richard Pollins

The Best of The Jewish Views 2018

This week, in our final programme for 2018, the team bring you a selection of our highlights from the past 12 months. We'll hear from some of the big names feature as well as the main stories that featured throughout the year. You won't want to miss our outtakes, plus there's a BIG announcement...

42 MIN2018 DEC 20
Comments
The Best of The Jewish Views 2018

'Nuremberg's Voice of Doom' and Arieh Miller

This week Phil, Kate & Diana speak to Author and Historian Paul Hooley about his fascinating new book 'Nuremberg's Voice of Doom'. Newley appointed Chief Executive of the Union of Jewish Students, Arieh Miller chats about his vision for the organisation. Editor Richard Ferrer reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Harvey Belovski of Golders Green United Synagogue.

31 MIN2018 DEC 13
Comments
'Nuremberg's Voice of Doom' and Arieh Miller

SPECIAL EDITION: George H W Bush and Chanukah in the Square 2018

This week Jon, Tony & Phil speak to Ron Kampeas of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, following the death of George H W Bush, about his life and his remarkable ties to the global Jewish community. In a special report we get all of the action from this years Chanukah in the Square 2018, we'll hear from the Chief Rabbi, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, Israeli Ambassador Mark Regev, familiar friends of The Jewish Views and some of the punters who braved the elements to watch it live. Editor Richard Ferrer & Supplements Editor, Brigit Grant review The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Aaron Goldstein of Northwood & Pinner Liberal Synagogue.

52 MIN2018 DEC 6
Comments
SPECIAL EDITION: George H W Bush and Chanukah in the Square 2018

Limmud 2018, 'Back to Berlin' and Yavneh College

This week Phil, Diana & Tony speak to Jon Freedman, the newly appointed Deputy Director of Limmud about his new position and this years' conference. Director, Catherine Lurie chats about her new film 'Back to Berlin' a feature documentary that follows the mission of eleven bikers who take the Maccabiah torch from Israel to the site of the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Headteacher Spencer Lewis, talks about his school, Yavneh College being named as the best performing comprehensive school in the country. Features Editor, Fran Wolfisz reviews The Jewish News and our Rabbinic Thought for the Week comes from Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg of New North London Masorti Synagogue.

43 MIN2018 NOV 29
Comments
Limmud 2018, 'Back to Berlin' and Yavneh College