Sunday 12 March was the final day of Jewish Book Week 1995. The main festival ran from 5 to 12 March at London's Royal National Hotel. More than 25 challenging and entertaining speakers took part in 11 sessions, presenting arguments and many different points of view.
For the full list of the festival's events see below.
Have I Got a Story For You the role of the Jewish journalist today by Matthew Kalman, Elena Lappin, Melanie Phillips, Ned Temko chaired by Andrew Franklin
50 Years On: writing about the war by Gerald Jacobs, Madeleine Bunting, Tony Kushner chaired by Dr David Cesarani
David Grossman in Conversation with Melvyn Bragg by David Grossman in conversation with Melvyn Bragg, introduction by Dr. Risa Domb
Recent Research & Trends in Holocaust Studies by Dr David Bankier chaired by Dr John Klier
Lunchtime Recital by Hagai Sigalov
Women of Worth? 0 the image of Jewish women in English fiction by Brian Cheyette, Julia Pascal, Bernice Rubens chaired by Rabbi Julia Neuberger & readings by Eleanor Bron
Writing Out The Holocaust a problem for fiction by Alan Isler