The irregular podcast returns! Well we just crop up when we’ve a nice chat to bring you, and this time we have just that in spades.

Rabbi Alex Goldberg is a university chaplain, Dead of Religious Life and Belief at the University of Surrey, Pause for Thought broadcaster, and all-round good egg. We talk about lockdown lessons, the bizarre quirks of chaplain life, unpredictable ethical quandaries, the grab-and-go iftar, and, somehow, poignantly, helpfully, bizarrely, the nobility of a frozen giraffe.

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In the podcast I also talk about my tour: The First Broadcast ( – come see! Or book me for your place.

& my other podcast: The British Broadcasting Century (

& my new novel: Auntie and Uncles (pre-orderable soon, among the books on my author page on Amazon:

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