Podcast by The Jewish Views
Podcast by The Jewish Views
August 2020: Trudy Gold, 'Jew Talkin' to Me?', Ashira Gorfinkel and Robert Speker
This month Phil, Clive, Kate, Jon & Tony hear from Historian, Trudy Gold as she prepares to host 'An Overview of British Jewry' on Tuesday 18th August 2020 for JW3. Comedians Rachel Creeger & Philip Simon chat about their new online chat show 'Jew Talkin' to Me?'. Musician & Producer Ashira Gorfinkel talks about the work she's doing with 'Kol Zimra'. Robert Speker on going viral with recreating album covers with the staff and residents of the Sydmar Lodge Care Home. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Mark Goldsmith, Senior Rabbi at Edgware & Hendon Reform Synagogue.
July 2020: Irving Berlin, New COVID-19 Test, 'The Young Survivors' and Restoring Synagogues
This month Phil, Clive, Kate, Tony and Jon hear from Searle Kochberg who chats about 'Irving Berlin: Musical Genius' an online talk for JW3. Author Debra Barnes on ‘The Young Survivors’ a novel inspired by her mother's story of Holocaust survival. Professor Gabby Sarusi talks about a new COVID-19 breathalyser test that's been developed at Ben Gurion University. Michael Mail, Chief Executive of Foundation for Jewish Heritage tells us about preservation works that are going on in Syria, Iraq and Belarus. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Harvey Belovski of Golders Green United Synagogue.
June 2020: Chai Cancer Care, 'Musicals Uncovered', Resource Online and Naftali Arden
This month, Phil, Jon, Clive, Kate & Tony speak to Lisa Steele from Chai Cancer Care, about their concerns over the lack of people using Chai's services since the Coronavirus outbreak. Neil Marcus of 10 to 4 Productions, chats about his online JW3 course, 'Musicals Uncovered'. Chief Executive of Resource, Victoria Sterman on the community's efforts to get back to work following the COVID-19 outbreak. Bar Mitzvah boy Naftali Arden and his mum, Tania, chat about an unmissable surprise that would make any 'Friends' fan jealous. Our Rabbinic Thought comes from Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg or New North London Masorti Synagogue.
May 2020: JW3 TV, Jewish Online, Rabbi Avrohom Pinter, 'The Host' and JMI Online
This month Phil, Jon, Kate, Tony and Clive hear from Chief Executive of JW3, Raymond Simonson about the launch of 'JW3 TV' and 'Jewish Online'. Rabbi Herschel Gluck chats about the life and legacy of his friend Rabbi Avrohom Pinter z"l, who has died of Coronavirus. Film Producer, Zachary Weckstein discusses the release of his debut film 'The Host'. Jennifer Jankel of the Jewish Music Institute tells us about the launch of 'JMI Online'. Our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Charley Baginsky of Liberal Judaism.
April 2020: Coronavirus, Rabbi Danny Rich, The Gate and 'One Table'
This month Phil speaks to Richard Verber of the United Synagogue about some of the measures being implemented to help Jews practice the religion in spite of COVID-19. Executive Director of OneTable, Aliza Kline on how her application is revolutionising Friday night dinners. Rabbi Charley Baginsky discusses Rabbi Danny Rich's life & work, as he announces his retirement as Executive Director of Liberal Judaism. Writer & Performer, Robbie Gringras on his production 'The Gate' which looks at life on a kibbutz. Jewish Domestic Goddess Denise Phillips gives us some tips on coping with Pesach and our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Laura Janner Klausner.
This episode is dedicated to Rabbi Neil Kraft Z"L
March 2020: March at JW3, the life of Kirk Douglas and 'Love Langdon'
This month Phil, Kate, Clive and Tony hear from Rachel Grunwald, Director of Programming at JW3 about some of the events coming up throughout March. Cineast, Tony Sloman chats about the life and work of the late Kirk Douglas. Neil Taylor on 'Love Langdon', the annual fundraiser for the independent living charity and our Rabbinic Thought for the Month comes from Rabbi Harvey Belovski of Golders Green United Synagogue.