for forthcoming uk programmes of jewish or israeli interest

Posts tagged ‘rosh hashanah’

P4t: Young-Somers 3/10/2019

last thursday morning (3rd october), 9.20-9.23am, on bbc radio 2

pause for thought by rabbi debbie young-somers

“Our family traditions grow out of just being together.”


P4t: Belovski 2/10/2019

yesterday morning (wednesday 2nd), 9.20-9.23am, on bbc radio 2

pause for thought (and the blowing of the shofar) by rabbi dr harvey belovski

“The hope and optimism of Rosh Hashanah: ‘From time to time we need to experience the tension between who we are and who we’d like to be’.”


P4t: Goldberg 2/10/2019

yesterday morning (wednesday 2nd), 5.49-5.52am, on bbc radio 2

pause for thought by rabbi alex goldberg

Rosh Hashanah: ‘I can’t change the weather – but I can change myself’.”


SB: Rosh Hashanah

last sunday morning (29th september), 8.45-8.51am, on bbc radio suffolk 

sunday breakfast (presented by susie dolphin) includes …

“We’ll find out about the start of Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, and why it’s one of the most important festivals in the Jewish year. It’s a time when Jews think about the past year, apologise for things they’ve done wrong – and look at how to avoid doing them again.”

including interview with …

nick feldman of the suffolk jewish community


GMS: Rosh Hashanah

last sunday morning (29th september), 7.46-8.00am, on bbc radio 2 

good morning sunday (presented by rev kate bottley and jason mohammed) includes …

“We celebrate Rosh Hashanah with Jewish comedian • Rachel Creeger. Rachel shares how she’ll be celebrating the Jewish New Year, plus she’s promised to bring in a shofar, the instrument blown as part of the festival, and demonstrate her very best horn blowing!”


Tftd: Mirvis 27/9/2019

this morning (friday 27th), 7.47-7.50am, on bbc radio 4

thought for the day, by chief rabbi ephraim mirvis

“I believe that now, more than ever before, our challenged world needs to understand and internalise what it means to be a mensch. A mensch passionately fights for what they believe is right, without ever compromising on courtesy.  A mensch debates the substance of an issue, without seeking to destroy their opposition. A mensch is slow to anger and quick to learn from others, including those with whom they may profoundly disagree. And a mensch puts humility and responsibility before their own reputation.”


P4t: Belovski 17/9/2019

last tuesday morning (17th september), 9.20-9.23am, on bbc radio 2

pause for thought by rabbi dr harvey belovski

I can’t hide from my responsibilities.”


Tag Cloud


a happygoldfish blog