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  • Ayelet Tsabari, ground-breaking short story writer

  • A detail from the Cable Street mural

  • Athenian musician Savina Yannatou

  • Leeds-based Radio Jcom welcomes volunteers

  • A rehearsal for the stage adaptation of Howard Jacobson's novel The Mighty Walzer

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  • My teenage hero: Mike Leigh on his friendship with Arnold Wesker
  • It’s all Greek: JR visits Greece to explore ancient communities, secret sects and hidden languages
  • From Blackshirts to the BNP: the remarkable story of the Cable Street mural
  • PLUS! Sephardi Renaissance: our new section featuring news and culture from across the Sephardi world
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