Professor Stuart Taberner discusses Holocaust Memorial Day on BBC Radio 3 'Arts and Ideas'

Romani history and how mass murder is intertwined with a modern day pilgrimage site and the experiences of Portuguese Jewish communities are discussed by Matthew Sweet and his guests.

As Professor Stuart Taberner begins a major research project on holocaust literature *Rethinking Holocaust Literature: Contexts, Canons, Circulations”, he reflects on the way that modern writers connect to the Holocaust on this special episode of ‘Arts and Ideas’ on BBC Radio 3 to mark Holocaust Memorial Day,

Listen to the whole ‘Arts and Ideas’ programme on BBC Sounds.