Journeys

The guy fighting to export Israeli music – Journeys

“My vision is to do what Bjork did for Iceland or what Abba did for Sweden,” says Jeremy Hulsh, the founder and managing director of Israel’s Oleh! Records.

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Cherchez la femme in Jewish history – Journeys

When Renee Levine Melammed noticed that most of the history books she found were both written by and focused on men, she was determined to “find the women.”

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How a pioneer of Ambient Electronica became a Zionist – Journeys

Roland P. Young’s cultural background- African American, Native American and Ashkenazi Jewish- is as diverse as his musical background.

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Kenny Roger on the Church of Scotland’s Middle East mission – Journeys

Host Rogel Alpher meets Glaswegian Kenny Roger, the Middle East Secretary for the Church of Scotland, who lives with his family in Jaffa.

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Hilik Magnus: The godfather of search and rescue – Journeys

When disaster strikes in a far-flung corner of the earth, a search and rescue team is required: This is where Hilik Magnus comes in.

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Marina Toshich’s ode to the oud – Journeys

Marina Toshich discusses her childhood and how she never imagined that out of all of her hobbies, the oud, would ultimately become her life and career.

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Alice Bialsky’s Russian rock rebellion – Journeys

A few years ago Bialsky began writing her debut novel, which tells the story of a rebellious adolescent growing up in Moscow’s punk rock scene.

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Dr. Harinder Mishra: From the banyan to the olive tree – Journeys

Dr. Harinder Mishra tells Rogel Alpher about his upbringing in a small Indian village, and how he ended up working as a journalist in Israel.

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