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Newshour: Measles outbreak

this afternoon (wednesday 27th), 2.20-2.25pm, on bbc world service radio

newshour (presented by razia iqbal) includes …

“The community in Rockland County that you’re referring to right now is an Orthodox Jewish community that has a very low rate of vaccinations of their children … it happened also in New York City among their civic Jewish population.”

including interview with …

anthony fauci, director, national institute of allergy and infectious diseases, maryland


P4t: Berger 12/3/2019

last monday morning (11th march), 5.45-5.49am, on bbc radio 2

pause for thought by rabbi jeff berger

Compassion and forgiveness: ’We each have a choice how to react when things don’t go as planned’.”


(if you missed it, available at

COTW: George Gershwin

four afternoons this week (monday 31st and wednesday 2nd to friday 4th), 12.00-1.00pm, on bbc radio 3
george gershwin (1898-1937) (presented by donald mcleod) (in the composer of the week series)

1. Gershwin’s early life and love of the piano.
2. Gershwin and jazz.
3. Gershwin’s excursions in the concert hall.
4. Gershwin’s final years.

MM: Bernstein 100

tomorrow afternoon (saturday 25th), 12.15-1.00pm (repeated 10.00pm monday), on bbc radio 3
bernstein 100 (presented by tom service) (in the music matters series)

“Tom Service travels to New York City to discover Bernstein’s musical and social legacy, visiting key places where Bernstein lived and worked, and uncovering the modern-day musicians, institutions and ensembles who are working towards goals he championed as a musician, communicator and humanitarian.
Including interviews with • his daughter Jamie Bernstein, New York Philharmonic CEO • Deborah Borda, and conductors • Michael Tilson Thomas and • Joshua Weilerstein.”


Aaron Copland

monday 30th april to friday 4th may, 12.00-1.00pm, on bbc radio 3
aaron copland (1900-1990) (presented by david macloed) (5 episodes, in the composer of the week series)

Aaron Copland is the composer who, more than any other, defined the sound of American classical music. Copland’s life spanned every decade of the 20th Century.

Outloook: Menashe Lustig

this evening (thursday 7th), 6.33-6.47pm, on bbc world service radio (repeated from 12.33pm)
outlook (presented by matthew bannister) includes …

Menashe Lustig grew up in a strict orthodox Jewish community called New Square on the outskirts of New York City, its residents are Hasidic Jewish families who live a very different life to those in the surrounding area.
They speak in Yiddish, not English, and dress in long, black clothes and hats. Watching films is not encouraged, but Menashe found a way to do so and he’s now had a film made about his own life.”


Joe’s violin

last saturday morning (28th january), 1.16-1.24am, on bbc world service radio
business matters (presented by roger hearing) includes …

“One Oscar nomination this year, for best documentary short, is ‘Joe’s Violin’
It’s about a holocaust survivor in his 90’s, who donates his old violin to a New York schools project, where it ends up in the hands of young girl from one of the city’s poorest districts.”

including interview with …
• director kahane cooperman. (more…)

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