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Here's 10 ways The Jewish Views keeps your finger firmly on the community's pulse...

The Jewish Views team: Sue Greenberg (producer), Diana Toeman, Phil Dave, Kate Fulton, Jon Kaye and Tony Honickberg
The Jewish Views team: Sue Greenberg (producer), Diana Toeman, Phil Dave, Kate Fulton, Jon Kaye and Tony Honickberg

Thousands of people have tuned into The Jewish Views – the Jewish News’ unmissable weekly podcast, featuring the biggest interviews and most-talked about Jewish stories.

Here’s 10 ways The Jewish Views keeps your finger firmly on the community’s pulse:

1. News, views and Jews!

With an exciting array of news, sport, entertainment and culture, The Jewish Views brings a much-needed voice for the community, about the issues that matter most.

2. Reach for the stars!

Over the years, The Jewish Views has hosted many a well-known personality in its studios, including food critic Jay Rayner, writer Ivor Baddiel, Eurovision legend Dana International, Mitch Winehouse, father of the late singer Amy Winehouse and Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis.

3. Hear all about it!

If you miss your chance to pick up a copy of Jewish News, you can still keep abreast of all the latest news stories from around the world with the show’s weekly paper review.

4. The Big Issues

The Jewish Views is never afraid to tackle the most controversial or talked-about topics, from the proposed mosque in Golders Green, to anti-Semitism within the Labour party and the UN Resolution on Israeli settlements.

5. Let’s get together

Whether Orthodox, reform or liberal, religious or secular, The Jewish Views covers the issues that matter most to the whole community.

Listen at jewishviews.co.uk, or via iTunes, Amazon Echo, TuneIn Radio, Audioboom, Soundcloud, Mixcloud or Wandsworth Radio, Sundays, 10pm

6. The one and only

The Jewish Views is London’s only dedicated weekly news and culture show for the Jewish community. Beginning life as Sunday Jewish Radio from the studios of Jewish Care in 2012, the show has today evolved into a partnership with Jewish News.

7. Something to kvell about

From reporting on the residents and staff at Norwood’s Stanmore Cottage to Miles Isaacs, who donated his barmitzvah money to Hatzola UK and Shira Shiller, who set up Max’s Foundation in memory of her 10-year-old son after he passed away from an undetected heart condition, The Jewish Views reports on the most heart-warming and inspirational stories from around the community

8. Listen up!

There are plenty of ways to tune into the show, which is available each week from Friday morning on iTunes, online at jewishviews.co.uk or jewishnews.co.uk, and via Amazon Echo. You can also find The Jewish Views on TuneIn Radio, Audioboom, Soundcloud and Mixcloud, and on Wandsworth Radio, Sundays at 10pm.

9. Travel companion

Forget Sudoku, Candy Crush and Instagram – why not make the commute to work more enjoyable with the latest edition of The Jewish Views podcast? Packed with the latest news and sport, witty opinions, heimische humour and celebrity guests, it provides all you need to keep your finger on the pulse of the Jewish community.

10. Dream Team

Nine dedicated individuals, who are all current or former industry professionals, lend their radio skills to The Jewish Views every week. They include former Sky News newscaster Vivien Creegor, veteran BBC & LBC presenter Clive Roslin, BBC broadcaster Jon Kaye, BBC producer and broadcaster Phil Dave, media lawyer and broadcaster Kate Fulton, audiobook and audio-magazine reader Diana Toeman OBE, former Jcom Radio partner and actor Tony Honickberg, seasoned producer Sue Greenberg and award winning student broadcaster Harley Baptiste.

Why not tell us what you think and have your Jewish views heard? Email studio@jewishviews.co.uk or find us on Facebook or Twitter, @JewishViewsUK



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