this evening (friday 27th), 10.00-10.30pm (repeated 11.50pm monday), on channel 4 tv
friday night dinner: the caravan (1st episode, new, 6th series) (starring tamsin greig, paul ritter, simon bird, tom rosenthal, mark heap, and tracy-ann oberman) (written by robert popper)
“Dad’s bought a grotty caravan. Jim’s got a new dog. And the boys have new ‘females’ – but can they bear to tell Mum?”
tuesday 21st january and 4th and 11th february, 1.45-2.15pm, on bbc 1 tv
doctors 21:44, 46, 47 (with sarah moyle and simon schatzberger) (written by toby walton) includes …
“44. Valerie connects with her Jewish heritage… and Rabbi David.
46. Valerie and David’s bond grows.
47. Rabbi David lets Valerie down.”
16th and 23rd october 2008, 9.00-10.00pm, on bbc 1 tv
judgement (2 parts, episodes 7 and 8 of series 12) (written by christian spurrier) includes …
“1. When the badly decomposed body of a Hasidic man is discovered on disused wasteland, Harry is tasked to investigate his death, and to treat the community with care.
early tomorrow morning (sunday 22nd), 12.50-3.55am, on channel E4 tv (repeated from 4th may to 8th june 2018 on channel 4 tv)
friday night dinner (all episodes, 5th series) (starring tamsin greig, paul ritter, simon bird, tom rosenthal, mark heap, and tracy-ann oberman) (written by robert popper)
this evening (wednesday 18th), 7.16-7.25pm, on bbc radio 4
front row (presented by john wilson) leads wth …
“Director and writer • Gary Sinyor joins John Wilson to discuss his new sitcom The Jewish Enquirer. This follows hapless journalist Paul, played by Tim Downie, in search of scoops for Britain’s ‘fourth most-read Jewish newspaper’.
Sinyor reveals how his own Jewish heritage inspired this irreverent depiction of a Jewish family and how everything and everything from circumcision to anti-semitism to Philip Green is ripe for satire.”
early tomorrow morning (sunday 15th), 12.30-3.30am, on channel E4 tv (repeated from 22nd july to 26th august 2016 on channel 4 tv)
friday night dinner (all episodes, 4th series) (starring tamsin greig, paul ritter, simon bird, tom rosenthal, mark heap, and tracy-ann oberman) (written by robert popper)
yesterday evening (saturday 7th), 7.39-7.49pm, on bbc radio 4
saturday review (presented by tom sutcliffe, with guests • abigail morris, • christopher frayling, and • catherine o’flynn) includes …
“The Mikvah Project is a new play at The Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond. Two Jewish men meet every Friday for ritual cleansing and a close friendship develops.”