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Alice Shalvi, Israeli professor and educator
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Speaking up for Israel’s women

Dr Alice Shalvi is being honoured next week for her contribution to Israeli society. Could she have done as much if she'd stayed in the UK?

Nathan Jeffay

Yesterday, 14:24

Speaking up for Israel’s women
  • Gideon Schulman
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    Living with MS: Hope at last

    Gideon Schulman has lived with Multiple Sclerosis for 16 years, and it is gradually worsening. But a new treatment may offer hope, he tells Lauren Libbert.

    Lauren Libbert

    Mon, 11:16

    Living with MS: Hope at last
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    A vision of Israel on yoga mats

    Thousands of people will gather in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square on Wednesday to take part in International Yoga Day. And their mats will make up a giant work of art.

    Natalie Blenford

    Mon, 10:44

    A vision of Israel on yoga mats
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    Chinese takeaway revolutionary

    Josh Magidson made a fortune as a student. Now he's trying to make another in a distinctly non-kosher cuisine.

    Lianne Kolirin

    Monday, June 12, 2017

    Chinese takeaway revolutionary
  • Marilyn Stowe
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    The barracuda looking for a new role

    Top divorce lawyer Marilyn Stowe has sold her successful chain of legal practices. What next for the woman nicknamed 'the barracuda'?

    Francine White

    Monday, June 12, 2017

    The barracuda looking for a new role
  • Sarah at her desk at WJR
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    Why I love volunteering

    For World Volunteering Week, Sarah Leslie explains why she loves helping out at World Jewish Relief.

    Sarah Leslie

    Wednesday, June 7, 2017

    Why I love volunteering
  • Gemma Levine
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    The problem that no one talks about

    Photographer Gemma Levine wants to raise awareness of lymphoedema, something which affects many people but is rarely discussed.

    Rosa Doherty

    Friday, May 26, 2017

    The problem that no one talks about
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    Putting sports stars on the couch

    Commentator turned therapist Gary Bloom has a new radio series in which stars like Rebecca Adlington and Marcus Tresothick open up about their emotional lives.

    Lee Harpin

    Friday, May 26, 2017

    Putting sports stars on the couch
  • Kate with Miriam as a baby.
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    Reconciliation through snapshots

    Miriam Frank's new book traces her difficult relationship with her mother, and the way old photographs helped her to make peace with her memories.

    Ben Weich

    Monday, May 22, 2017

    Reconciliation through snapshots
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    Ask Hilary

    Agony aunt Hilary Freeman advises a disapproving friend and a mum who's worried her son's singing won't sound good at his barmitzvah.

    Hilary Freeman

    Monday, May 15, 2017

    Ask Hilary