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Posts tagged ‘Jewish Museum’

Tom Karen

this morning (thursday 19th), 8.26-8.30am, on bbc radio 4
today (presented by justin webb) includes …

Zoe Conway meets Tom Karen, the man behind the iconic Raleigh chopper bike, the Robin Reliant and the toy ‘Marble Run‘ – which is still in production.
Now his work is to feature in a special exhibition at the Jewish Museum in London.”



Today: Jewish tailors

this morning (friday 1st), 7.44-7.48am, on bbc radio 4
today (presented by mishal husain) includes …

A new exhibition at the Jewish Museum in London is looking at the careers of men like Moses Moss and Ben Sherman, and the way they influenced fashion and popular culture.”

including contributions from …
• bbc reporter ross hawkins
• wife daphne sherman
• great-great-grandson david moss
elizabeth selby, curator of social history (more…)

The Quizeum

this evening (monday 9th), 8.30-9.00pm, on bbc 4 tv
the quizeum (presented by griff rhys jones) (episode 2, series 2)

At the Jewish Museum in London, founded in 1932 to tell the story of the 1,000-year history of the Jews in Britain, the experts being put to the test are: historian specialising in European and Chinese ceramics Lars Tharp, historian and broadcaster Kate Williams, writer Simon Sebag Montefiore, and art historian Jacky Klein.”


Blood at the Jewish Museum

tomorrow evening (saturday 6th), 7.43-7.53pm, on bbc radio 4
saturday review includes …

“Blood at the Jewish Museum.”


Sunday: religious art

this morning (sunday 1st), 7.28-7.33am, on bbc radio 4
sunday (presented by edward stourton) includes …

“In an increasingly secular world what images and representations do contemporary artists draw upon when they create ‘religious’ works of art?
Edward Stourton met Aaron Rosen at the new exhibition Sacrifice at the Jewish museum.”


Today: Blood in Judaism

this morning (friday 30th), 6.49-6.53am, on bbc radio 4
today (presented by mishal husain) includes …

“A new exhibition, Blood: Uniting and dividing, opening next week at the Jewish Museum, will explore the importance of blood and the part it plays in religion and in wider society.
We speak to museum director Abigail Morris.”


Today: Judith Kerr

this morning (saturday 27th), 7.40-7.48am, on bbc radio 4
today includes …

‘My mother packed my childhood drawings when we fled Germany’:
Judith Kerr is one of Britain’s best-loved children’s writers and illustrators.
The author of The Tiger who came to Tea and Mog the cat is now 92 but she is still working and a retrospective of her work is being shown at the Jewish Museum in London.
Sarah Montague went to her home to speak to her in her studio.”


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