This show will yank you out of the soft ‘n’ fuzzy, humdrum bubble, and plunge you deep into the unique, challenging, colorful, and often bizarre aspects of life in the Holy Land.
A bite-sized podcast that discusses Modern Hebrew language gems. From slang to etymology, textual graffiti, Biblical idioms that are still around, influences from other languages, and other linguistic phenomena, host Guy Sharett shows us what we can learn about the Israeli psyche, society, and culture through its language.
The truth behind the Start-Up Nation: A bi-weekly show that brings you up-to-date news and analysis on the world of business and economics in Israel.
A program dedicated to the word – written or unwritten; to the thought – concrete or abstract; to debate – of all kinds and purposes. Every week we host journalists, essayists, scholars, documentary film makers – people of all interests and vocations, who have done something to enrich the world around them.
A two-hour magazine show broadcast every Friday, featuring segments on current affairs, literature, film, history, music, travel and more. Host Ilene Prusher conducts an exclusive author interview each week, and often hosts musicians who play live in the studio.
‘Rhythm of the Hood’ is a music show that introduces you to the diverse local talent of the Middle East, so that we can get to know our neighbors a bit better in a language we can all understand: Music.
A weekly showcase of the amazing talent and range of Israeli musicians, past and present. From time to time artists are welcomed onto the show in exclusive interviews; past guests include David Broza, Subliminal and many more.
A not-too-serious, not-too-comic look at the criminal side of life in Israel – from organized and disorganized crime, to police investigations and investigations of police.
All the unique drama that is the Israeli news cycle, packed into a daily, one-hour news talk show. And there’s music too.
A weekly show exploring the best of the food and drink in Israel, from the chefs defining high cuisine to the cooks mashing chickpeas for hummus.