Podcast 5 (mid November 2008)
In this podcast, Radio Salaam Shalom's Peter Brill and Shabana Kausar bring you the latest Muslim and Jewish news.
Libby and Len Traubman's 'Living Room Dialogues' share 6 stories of Muslim and Jewish co-operation from all around the world.
Radio Salaam Shalom were at the mid-year launch of the UK Friends of the Abraham Foundation Initiatives (TAFI-UK). The local team have an exciting plan to extend the profile of the inspiring work carried out by their Israel-based parent organisation. TAFI-UK Chairman Lawrence Kaye tells us more about what's ahead.
In 'Stages', Victoria Feltham talks about comedy musical duo GOOD FOR THE JEWS and gives a preview of a forthcoming tour from the UK's leading Muslim-Jewish-Christian jazz collective, the Berakah Project.
'Crossing Cultures' co-presenters Kalsoom and Naomi share thoughts on the meaning of empathy with Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, a world authority in autism and professor of Psychopathology at Cambridge University.
In the first part of an interview with holocaust survivor Hedy Epstein tells Peter Brill about how she was saved from the concentration camps as a young girl and escaped to start a new life away from the horrors of wartime Europe before experiencing the postwar realities for Jews and their new neighbours in the Middle East.
Plus, DJ Phoenix and sidekick 'Natural Bliss' are 'Kickin' It Back' with their take on the recent US elections and a look at how it connects with Jewish and Muslim communities in the US and around the world.
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