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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

Yesterday, 11:48

Reconciliation through snapshots
  • Katie with her husband and four children.
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    My menopause story

    When Katie Taylor started feeling teary and exhausted her GP diagnosed depression. But the real cause was an early menopause.

    Katie Taylor

    Thursday, May 11, 2017

    My menopause story
  • Robert Voss exploring the archives and finding out what happened to his family
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    I love honouring Britain

    Does Robert Voss regret his decision in deciding not to follow up his German passport application, as seen in a BBC documentary?

    Robert Voss

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017

    I love honouring Britain
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    Facing up to my feelings

    For mental health awareness week, Rosa Doherty writes about breaking down her own prejudice to get help.

    Rosa Doherty

    Tuesday, May 9, 2017

    Facing up to my feelings
  • Chunk with Chelsea
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    The Top 9 Jewish celebrity pets

    They’re the constant companions of some of the most famous people on Earth. They must be great. But which is best?

    Michael Moran

    Thursday, May 4, 2017

    The Top 9 Jewish celebrity pets
  • Sigal Avin
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    Spotlight on the men who harass

    Sigal Avin's films about sexual harassment went viral in Israel - and then she worked with David Schwimmer to bring the message to a larger audience.

    Natalie Blenford

    Tuesday, May 2, 2017

    Spotlight on the men who harass
  • Julia Hobsbawm
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    Fully connecting to my heritage

    Julia Hobsbawm, the world's first Professor of Networking thinks we spend too much time online. She tells Hilary Freeman about her digital Shabbat.

    Hilary Freeman

    Thursday, April 20, 2017

    Fully connecting to my heritage
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    My Pesach trauma

    Susan Reuben's been Pesach shopping. The prices! The people!

    Susan Reuben

    Friday, April 7, 2017

    My Pesach trauma
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    Pesach in the Himalayas

    When Emma Shevah finds Pesach hard work, she remembers a magical, musical seder night amid the mountains

    Emma Shevah

    Friday, April 7, 2017

    Pesach in the Himalayas
  • Valenstein and Fatt: Grey London's name for 100 days
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    The value of names

    Ad agency Grey London is taking on a temporary new name, to make a point about diversity and honour its Jewish founders.

    Barry Frankfurt

    Thursday, April 6, 2017

    The value of names
  • Will an unpaid loan get in the way of a friendship?
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    Ask Hilary: A loan to a friend

    Our Agony Aunt advises a friend who's regretting a loan, and a mum whose son doesn't want to be part of her wedding.

    Hilary Freeman

    Tuesday, April 4, 2017

    Ask Hilary: A loan to a friend
  • The Gaffin/Fidler family
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    'Living Well' - in the JC!

    Rachel Gaffin Fidler writes about appearing in a full-page advertisement in the JC, along with her family

    Rachel Gaffin Fidler

    Tuesday, April 4, 2017

    'Living Well' - in the JC!