- Israel in Translation
- Kol Cambridge
- Streetwise Hebrew
- Tel Aviv Review
- The Promised Podcast
I Haven’t Seen You in Ages!
What should we say in Hebrew when we meet someone we haven’t seen for a very long time? How about someone who just got back from an extended stay abroad?
An Israeli’s Home Is His Fortress
Prof. Hagar Kotef analyzes the concept of "home" as both a physical endeavor and an object of attachment, against the backdrop of the Zionist settlement and the dispossession of Palestinians that it entailed
The “Death & Property Taxes” Edition
We discuss: 1) What the hell just happened between us and Gaza 2) The Robin-hoodish proposal to use some property taxes from rich cities to help out poor cities
Where Do We Go From Here?
How have the failings of the late 20th-century economic system affected governance, and vice-versa? Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator for the Financial Times, explains
The “Power of the Eurovision” Edition
In honor of this year's Eurovision Song Contest, the crew shares thoughts and memories about one of the most important events of year!
The “Declarations” Edition
We discuss: 1) The huge right-wing rally in favor of the judicial reforms 2) Whether or not the opposition's idea of enshrining (as a Basic Law) Israel’s Declaration of Independence is a good one
Your Israeli Soundtrack for May
DJ Antithesis spins the latest Israeli hits including new releases from Subliminal, Stephan Legar, Kobi Peretz and many more
To aim, to tune, to intend, to really mean something. The Hebrew equivalent of these verbs all come from the root כ.ו.נ, a root which has many interesting uses in our spoken language
The “75” Edition
The crew tell share stuff in celebration of Israel’s 75th Independence Day! Plus, one great song from each decade!
The Commodification of Citizenship
Dr Yossi Harpaz discusses his book “Citizenship 2.0” and how the relationship between citizenship and other sociological categories, such as migration and national identity, has evolved
The “Past & Present” Edition
We discuss: 1) The worries and complaints about “politicizing” Memorial Day 2) A video made by Ashkenazi kids in a religious high school, flush with stereotypes about Sefaradim 3) A new duet sung, using AI, by two beloved, tragic, and long dead Yemenite singers
The “God Gave My People the Torah at Sinai… and All I Got Was this Lousy Podcast” Edition
We discuss: 1) Whether opponents are right to call the newly passed budget “a looting of the public coffers” 2) Whether or not the demonstrations, now in their 21st week, are starting to peter out 3) Whether the fancifying of the local shuks in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv ought to delight or worry us