Following on from last year’s epic Living for the City series, the BSD crew of Kriss Kyle, Mike Taylor, Dan Paley and Alex Donnachie, complete with BSD’s in-house filmmaker Dave Sowerby, escape the wintry misery of the UK to hit up the rails of Israel.
Israel’s Cyber-Ark Software chosen to monitor and secure communications giant’s privileged accounts International communications giant British Telecom has chosen Israel’s Cyber-Ark Software to monitor and secure its privileged accounts, Yedioth Ahronoth reported. The deal is estimated at several million shekels. As a large communications services company, providing a range of products to a vast number […]
Remember this ? Well, now read this, a real life miracle! 32-year-old is greeted by crowds of supporters as she becomes first to finish marathon in bionic suit A paralysed woman has become the first person to complete a marathon in a bionic suit. Claire Lomas finished the London Marathon 16 days after the race began. The […]
London makeover ladies Trinny and Susannah were here last year, telling Israelis what not to wear in their ever-so-subtle manner — not — which is why Israelis probably liked them. Now they’re featured in an Isracard commercial by ad agency Bauman Bar Reuveni showing off their Hebrew — “Tagidi lo!” (Tell him!) and offering puns onkenyon (which can mean a canyon […]
Channel 4’s latest US hit is based on one of the many TV success stories produced by Israel. Would you watch both? Last Sunday Homeland debuted on Channel 4, attracting overnight ratings figures of more than 2 million and a clutch of impressive reviews. Much has been written about the latest US import, a labyrinthine terrorism drama […]
After a two-year hiatus, the British Film Festival is back, with ten movies by new U.K. voices showing in seven cities across the country from February 4 to 15. The British Film Festival is returning to Israel after a two-year hiatus, with a selection of movies by new and interesting voices that give audiences a glimpse into […]