Mr Corbyn is desperately trying to kick start Labour's general election campaign amid signs that the party is stalling in the polls and still remains a long way behind the Tories.
In the interview on the mid-morning programme, Schofield said: "Here is your opportunity now to apologise to the Jewish community for any anti-Semitism by Labour members".
The leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, said: "Travelling by train is my favourite way of getting around the country but for too long a fragmented and privatised rail system has ripped off passengers".
During an interview with Andrew Neil last month, Corbyn down turned the chance to apologise on four occasions to the Chief Rabbi.
Mr Corbyn began to answer, saying, "can I make it clear.", but was interrupted by the presenter who said, "no, just say sorry".
The party says that the plans will cost £1.5 billion per year and be funded by Vehicle Exercise Duty, which the Conservatives had planned to put toward building roads from 2020-21.
Corbyn finally said: "Our party and me.do not accept -" but Schofield continued: "Are you sorry for everything that's happened?"
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This Monday, after attending a vigil in honor of the victims of the terrorist attack, the opposition leader will visit a railway station, from where he will announce his party's plans to reduce train fares by a third and renationalise the railways.
"I very gently, and quite simply but extremely firmly, say this, in any trade deal with the United States with a Labour government, public services will not be put on the table", he told a rally.
The party's radical plans would affect only fares that are regulated by the United Kingdom government, including peak time and season ticket fares and making up around half of all tickets sold.
Mr Johnson said the UK's closest allies were "very anxious" about Mr Corbyn being elected to Number 10 and accused him of being "naive" to the terror risk Britain faces in the wake of the London Bridge attack. "We just do not accept it in any form whatsoever". "Very happy to talk to him".
Corbyn would not comment on whether full life sentences should always be served by terrorists, explaining: "I think prison sentences should be decided by courts".
Corbyn has previously apologised for the hurt caused to the Jewish community in a social media video released in the summer of 2018.