for forthcoming uk programmes of jewish or israeli interest

P4t: Neuberger 28/6/2017

this morning (wednesday 28th), 9.22-9.25am, on bbc radio 2
pause for thought by rabbi julia neuberger

“No-one needs to lose their temper. But sometimes being challenged continually can be infuriating.”

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yesterday morning (tuesday 27th), 5.46-5.50am, on bbc radio 2
pause for thought, by rabbi shoshana boyd gelfand

Festive Food: ‘Tea and biscuits are the first steps towards building strong relationships between faith communities’.”

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MQT: Hezbollah flags

last friday afternoon (23rd june), 12.04-12.13pm, on bbc parliament tv
mayor’s question time 22/06/2017 includes …

“Will the Mayor write to Home Secretary Amber Rudd to seek clarification over what constitutes a banned organisation and not-banned organisation after Hezbollah flags were allowed to be waved in London this past weekend?”

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Cotw: Mahler

every afternoon this week (monday 27th to friday 1st), 12.00-1.00pm (repeated 6.30pm), on bbc radio 3
gustav mahler (1860-1911) (presented by donald macleod) (in the composer of the week series) Read the rest of this entry »

this morning (sunday 25th), 7.22-7.31am, on bbc radio 4
sunday (presented by edward stourton) includes …

“Rabbi Lord Sacks is participating in the Thatcher Conference on Security on 27 June in London.
He talks to Edward about what values he thinks the West should stand for and why he calls the idea of global fragmentation ‘cultural climate change’.”

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Argentina’s Nazi find

this afternoon (friday 23rd), 12.16-12.24pm (repeated 6.16pm), on bbc world service radio
the fifth floor (presented by david amano) includes …

Argentina’s Nazi find

including contribution from …
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yesterday evening (thursday 22nd), 9,00-10.00pm, on bbc 2 tv
who should we let in? (presented by ian hislop)

Ian Hislop takes an entertaining and provocative look at the decades from the Victorian era to the First World War, when modern Britain introduced its first peacetime restrictions on immigration.
The Victorians had a completely open door to foreigners, drawing no distinction between economic migrant and asylum seeker. But … when 100,000 Jewish refugees arrived, indigenous working-class hackles rose at higher rents, lower wages and changing inner-city neighbourhoods …”

including interviews with …
• east end historian david rosenberg
baroness warsi
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