Zaki Cooper

Zaki Cooper founded the podcast, Desert Island Books, with Jewish News in 2019, and has interviewed a number of well-known figures. He is co-author of a book on cricket grounds and has written widely. He advises leaders and family offices on their philanthropy and communications, having previously worked in a broad range of communications roles, at Buckingham Palace, for the Chief Rabbi and in the City.
Andrew Marr: New Elizabethans
In-hall tickets are priced at £18.50. At-home streaming tickets can be booked for £9.50 by following this link for online tickets The Queen’s platinum jubilee next year would be a first for a British monarch, one of many she has set since her accession in 1952. The period has been one of extraordinary transfor...
Gamechangers Series – Friends and Enemies
From her birth in London during the Blitz to becoming Baroness Black of Crossharbour, Barbara Amiel has packed a huge amount into her 80 years; very little of it is boring. In her memoir Friends and Enemies, the trailblazing journalist reflects on a life lived at operatic scale, with a cast including Henry Kissinger, Anna Wintour, Princess Diana, Tom Stoppard and Ghislaine Maxwell, amid a backdrop that ranges from the stately homes of England to the correctional facility where her husband Con...