In 2005, The Jewish Chronicle readers voted Louis Jacobs as the ‘greatest British Jew’. The vote proved a clear indication of Jacobs’s popularity and influence in the British-Jewish community, and provided the Friends with the opportunity to celebrate his legacy with this Q&A. Reuven Hammer hosted the event, putting forward ten questions from the audience, which Rabbi Jacobs promptly answered. The exchanged touched upon a wide variety of subjects, including inter alia his views on theology and biblical scholarship, conversions, the agunah (chained women) issue, women in religious leadership roles, divisions in Anglo-Jewry, and antisemitism. Louis Jacobs’s responses blended, as always, erudition and humour, and often included some personal anecdotes from his childhood in Manchester, his years in yeshivah, or his experience as pulpit rabbi, scholar, and educator. This event represented an intimate exchange between the rabbi and his admirers.