Ben Uri celebrates its remarkable centenary this month.
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Jackie Mason: Yes, I think I helped break down barriers
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Whitechapel, Sunday October 4, 1936.
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Israeli drama takes on The Killing
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A vanished Rothschild
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A new world record price for a painting by Jewish artist Mark Gertler was set when his work The Violinist sold for £542,000.
First painting from Gurlitt stash of Nazi-looted art auctioned for £1.9m
Nicole Farhi: fashion means nothing, sculpture's my passion
Molton Brown founder Caroline Burstein sparks anger after calling black people “coloured”
Nepal trekker repaying debt to guide
Watching the documentary, Amy, about the short but stellar life of singer Amy Winehouse, you get the sense of a Jewish tragedy unfolding before your eyes.
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Gary Barlow wishing Sinai pupils a happy Chanucah
Rizzle Kicks wishing Sinai pupils a happy Chanucah
You expect to leave a show that has Beckham in the title thinking about football.
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Review: The Motherf**ker With The Hat
You will cry over Amy
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Listening to the terrible silence of men involved in the Indonesian genocide
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