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Brought to you every week by Jewish News, the UK’s most-read Jewish newspaper, The JN Podcast delivers the latest news and sharpest debates, celebrity guests, culture and sport.
Our packed half-hour show is available to listen to and download every Friday at http://jewishnews.co.uk and via Jewish News Daily – our email newsletter sent to almost 20,000 subscribers every day.
Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer says: “The team and I look forward to bringing you the biggest news stories and in-depth debates and interviews with the leading names in our community."
The life and legacy of Jackie Mason
A comical tribute to the master Jackie Mason who made us laugh at ourselves with Comic Strip founder Peter Richardson, Upfront TV’s Richard Brecker and stand-up Sol Bernstein.
My Unorthodox Life Podcast
Charedi anti-extremism activist Yehudis Fletcher, Bristol university lecturer Dr Karen Skinazi, Organisation for the Resolution of Agunot CEO Keshet Starr and journalist Naomi Nakam discuss new Netflix hit series My Unorthodox Life. The panel is chaired by Jewish News’ Brigit Grant
Alan Senitt’s legacy, 15 years on
15 years after the murder of former UJS chair Alan Senitt, his sister Emma and friends Danny Stone, Dan Sacker and Marc Goldberg recall their fondest memories, his wide-ranging achievements and his continuing legacy through the foundation set up in his name.
Two Emiratis and a Bahraini walk into a yeshiva
Following their first visit to Israel last week, Emtiyaz Radman, Saoud Saqer, Yusuf Mohamed reflect on an historic seven-day trip that took in Yad Vashem, a yeshiva in Modiin Illit, an Ethiopian heritage centre in Tel Aviv and a night in the Negev desert.
The future of Arab-Jewish relations in Israel
A month after unprecedented sectarian violence and as an Arab party looks set to enter government for the first time, Yarden Leal of the Peres Centre for Peace and activist Saed Barhum join Abraham Initiatives co-exec director Amnon Be'eri Sulitzeanu and Jewish News foreign editor to discuss the future of Jewish-Arab relations in Israel.
On the frontline in the classroom
We hear testimony from one teacher whose experience at the hands of pupils during Israel’a counter-terror operation against Hamas led to her resignation. PaJes director Rabbi David Meyer, LJS education chief Debi Penhey, Sharon Booth of Solutions not Sides and the CST’s Jonny Newton also discuss how the conflict in the Middle East spilled over into UK schools like never before.