A CULTURAL DEFENCE OF JCOM RADIO
As one of the voices associated with the Jcom Radio show The Big Bagel, I would like to respond to Jeremy Leboff’s assertions ( Letters, November 9).
Although broadcast on a Jewish community radio station, the show is unapologetically cross-cultural in its approach. Even in its short two-week tenure we have already broadcast in three languages and featured guests from five continents.
With topics ranging from Norman Mailer to the appeal of contemporary dance over football, it has been the show’s intention to offer a uniquely experimental cultural magazine engaging listeners from the London Jewish community and beyond.
Anyone who gives Jcom Radio a serious listen will hear content broadcast with an air of professionalism way beyond the station’s modest genesis. Symon Sterne Stamford Hill, London N16