Episodes

Who is Sex For?

Is it unseemly for 60 year olds to let the rest of us know they still have sex?

Read More

Iran, One Month from the Bomb

Experts say Iran can have an atomic bomb by Hanukkah. What, if anything, can Israel do about it?

Read More

The “We’ll Try to Stay Serene & Calm” Edition

We discuss: 1) What to do about Iran reaching the brink of the bomb 2) Whether, in Israel of 2021, it’s considered icky for older folks to let it be known that they sheboink

Read More

Just Ignore It

The word נעלם means ‘disappeared’ or ‘is missing.’ In hitpael the meaning becomes ‘to ignore,’ useful when you need to ignore someone, some thing, or more specifically in our case, dogs

Read More

What Would Susan Sontag Say?

Philosopher and cultural critic Susan Sontag spent a lifetime thinking about the mysterious space between reality and representation. Benjamin Moser’s acclaimed biography captures her story with photographic complexity, leaving only a longing for Sontag’s perspective on life today.

Read More

The “Ushpizin” Edition

Fill your sukkah with seven amazing guests, in a podcastilogical “ushpizin” made of 100% reused, renewed and recycled old episodes!

Read More

Your Israeli Soundtrack for September

We’re starting off the new year in style with a collection of new releases guaranteed to get you bouncing to the beat

Read More

Anyone Seen My Keys? They’ve Disappeared!

The Hebrew word נעלם means ‘disappeared’ or ‘is missing,’ and in order to use it in different contexts, you’ll need to know how to conjugate it. Also, what can science tell us about creating a real cloak of invisibility?

Read More

The Broke Woke

Batya Ungar-Sargon believes woke culture has created a smokescreen of racial identity politics that obfuscates the real force tearing American society apart: class inequality. But it took the liberal media to exponentially amplify the problem. Her new book explains why.

Read More

White-ish Feminism

Some Israeli feminists say they’ve had enough of “White(ish) Feminism.” Do they have a point?

Read More