Jewish Messianism, in all of its guises, fascinates Dylan. His repeated reference to the Hebrew Bible in his songs places him in the great tradition of literature and makes him a great American outlaw.
David Baddiel: 'I am against the fact that you can't talk about being Jewish without people talking about Israel'
Time to challenge misconceptions says the man whose Twitter bio is simply 'Jew'
John Nathan traces the rise from humble beginnings of a great British actor
There are few people in the UK who have done as much to make classical music popular as Debbie Wiseman.
After a quarter of a century as a successful cooking expert, the author of 42 books and as the new Private Business Woman of the Year, Annabel Karmel could be forgiven for resting on her laurels.
‘We know the Jews lived around here,” says my guide Mara Castaño, pointing mournfully towards the river which runs through Valladolid, “but there is nothing left of them.
We go west to discover the vineyards, cities and traces of Jewish history in Spain's little-known Duero Valley
Tiles may be rattling on the roofs of the City's most stable institutions as the EU referendum vote sinks in but London's estate agents and developers remain resolutely positive about the future of British bricks and mortar.
If you live in north west London, it is likely that you have paid a visit to The Royal Free Hospital, either to see a friend or relative, for treatment as an inpatient, or just to sit in A&E, waiting for some minor injury to be treated.