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The one with the multi-generational appeal

Friends is the TV show that works for all ages according to our writers

Ella Garai-Ebner

Rosa Doherty

Mon, 15:35

The one with the multi-generational appeal
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    Interview: Nicole Krauss

    The award-winning novelist tells Anne Joseph why both she and Franz Kafka haunt the pages of her latest book

    Anne Joseph

    Thursday, September 7, 2017

    Interview: Nicole Krauss
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    Kings of the comic books

    Two Jewish writers helped create a pantheon of comics characters that has come to dominate modern popular culture

    Joel Meadows

    Friday, August 25, 2017

    Kings of the comic books
  • Sarah Lightman against a backdrop of Michel Kichka's graphic novel Second Generation: What I Did Not Tell My Father
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    Missing women

    An exhibition of Shoah-inspired graphic art in Paris is fascinating, says Sarah Lightman, but where were the female artists?

    Sarah Lightman

    Friday, August 25, 2017

    Missing women
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    Interview: Daniel Levin

    People follow shiny objects, says political writer Daniel Levin, 'and the latest shiny object is Trump'

    Jennifer Lipman

    Friday, August 18, 2017

    Interview: Daniel Levin
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    Interview: Arlene Phillips

    “I don’t believe in destiny. But what I do think is that if you listen with your ears, and look with your eyes, something that doesn’t appear to be an opportunity can lead to one.”

    Rosa Doherty

    Friday, August 18, 2017

    Interview: Arlene Phillips
  • Joe Herman sketching underground in a coal mine
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    Josef Herman: art from the valleys

    A Jewish emigre artist who settled in South Wales was taken to the local community's heart with his pictures of working men. Carole Morgan Hopkin remembers a family friend.

    Carole Morgan Hopkin

    Thursday, August 3, 2017

    Josef Herman: art from the valleys
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    Dustin Hoffman at 80

    Dustin Hoffman turns 80 on August 8. David Robson celebrates his career.

    David Robson

    Thursday, August 3, 2017

    Dustin Hoffman at 80
  • Emergence by David Breuer-Weil on display in Portman Square
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    The golem in a London garden

    Sculptor David Breuer-Weil 's huge sculptures are on show in London this summer.

    Nadine Wojakovski

    Monday, July 3, 2017

    The golem in a London garden
  • Twins Yehudit and Lea Csengeri were deprted to Auschwitz in May 1944. Their mother Rosalia worked, disposing bodies from the camp's infirmary in order to stay close to them. They were injected with pathogens, but survived.
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    Restoring their dignity

    A new exhibition at the Wiener Library tells the story of the victims of the Nazi experiments on humans

    Jennifer Lipman

    Monday, June 26, 2017

    Restoring their dignity
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    Not always a happy match

    Robert Philpot, author of a new book about the Iron Lady, recalls Mrs Thatcher's relationship with her Finchley constituents

    Robert Philpot

    Thursday, June 22, 2017

    Not always a happy match
  • Images from the Museum of immigration and Diversity
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    A haven for new Londoners

    London's museum of immigration and diversity will open its doors next week during Refugee Week. Robert Philpot had a preview.

    Robert Philpot

    Thursday, June 15, 2017

    A haven for new Londoners
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    Photo gallery: Camera Press

    Her grandfather, Tom Blau founded leading photographic agency Camera Press. Emma Blau tells us about an exhibition of 70 years of celebrity portraits

    JCReporter

    Monday, May 22, 2017

    Photo gallery: Camera Press
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    Barbra Streisand at 75

    'She has got up people’s noses and resolutely kept her own. She is a miracle.'

    Maureen Lipman

    Thursday, April 20, 2017

    Barbra Streisand at 75