Articles, Interviews and Websites

 

PRESS ARTICLES

 

Jerusalem Post – Article from July 2017

 

Jewish Chronicle – Review of ‘Meshuga Frum’ from February 2017

 

South African Jewish Report – Feature from August 2017

 

Jewish Chronicle – Article written by me from January 2017

 

Jerusalem Post – Article from December 2016

 

JLife Magazine – Interview from February 2017

 

Jewish Chronicle – Article written by me from May 2016

 

Times of Israel – Article from February 2016

 

Jewish Chronicle – Review of ‘Ungefiltered’ from December 2015

 

Jewish Chronicle – Article from October 2015

 

Jewish Telegraph – Funny (hopefully) interview with me from June 2016.

 

Jewish Tribune – Article from October 2015

 

Jewish Telegraph – Profile from December 2016

 

Mishpacha Weekly – Article from January 2013 in which they got slightly carried away and called me ‘Britain’s king of comedy’. Maybe they meant Edgware’s (and even then it’s debatable)

 

Alondon Magazine – Article from March 2016 in the magazine for Israelis living in the UK (also in English here)

 

Jewish Renaissance Magazine – Article from July 2016 profiling different Jewish comedians

 

Jewish Telegraph – Article from January 2016 about my car breaking down in Manchester (it was a slow news week in the North!)

 

Jewish Telegraph – Article from February 2016 about me having lunch in London (it was an even slower news week in the North!)

 

Sussex Jewish News – Review of Ungefiltered from April 2016

 

New West End Magazine – Review of Ungefiltered written by 13 year old Alex Miller

 

 

WEBSITE ARTICLES

 

Jew In The City – Article from May 2017

 

Aish.com – Article from July 2015

 

 

AUDIO

 

Talksport – Interview from February 2017

 

BBC World Service – Feature on Outlook in January 2016

 

 

PROGRAMME PAGES

 

BBC Blog – Creating The Matt Lucas Awards

 

Chat Show Roulette – BBC page

 

Britain Versus The World – BBC page

 

Couples – BBC page

 

Josh Howie’s Losing It – BBC page

 

Pompidou – BBC page

 

The Matt Lucas Awards – BBC page

 

That Was The Tweet That Was – BBC page