Episodes

Bay Watch and Guard Dogs

The Hebrew words שומר, משמרת, שמירה, משמר, all come from the same shoresh, שמר. On this episode, Guy continues where he left off in the previous episode with the shoresh שמר

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Could It Happen To Us?

Acclaimed journalist and historian Anne Applebaum examines how a wave of nationalist populism swept through the western world – and tore apart her own circle of friends

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The “If This Peace is Moroccan, You Better Come Knockin’” Edition

Might peace between Morocco and Israel be kinda a game changer? Is PM Netanyahu’s newest BFF a representative of the Islamic Movement? Real-time, live, fact-checking Netanyahu seems like a good idea, but is it?

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The Kol Cambridge Hanukkah 2020 Special

Join us as we celebrate Hanukkah, lighting the way with new Israeli tunes, including fresh releases from Static and Ben-El, Nissim Black, a few cuts from the new Hatikva 6 album and, of course, some great holiday music

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Vaan Nguyen’s Poetry Collection: “The Truffle Eye”

“Nguyen’s poetry may circulate in the Anglophone literary market as part of an increasingly visible Vietnamese literary diaspora… And yet, introducing Nguyen’s poetry to the Anglophone reader needs to account for the particularities of the Vietnamese experience in Israel without letting it entirely overshadow her work.”

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Identity, Dissembled

German-Jewish poet, political scientist and sometimes-provocateur Max Czollek examines the complex dance between modern Germany and German Jews, Holocaust memory, minority identity, radical diversity, art and politics

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