Kay Wilson is an amazing woman who barely survived a ferocious machete attack by Arab terrorists.
Powerful insights regarding music, failure, optimism and the beauty of 'silence'.
Andrea discusses the visiting Prince of Wales.
Guests Ruth Guggenheim, former Executive Director of the East Coast branch of Jews for Judiasm, and Shannon Nuszen, a former missionary who is today an observant Jew explore this explosive topic.
Quality theater for and by quality women is the oxygen that keeps Sharon Dobuler Katz on her toes while we hum, tap and wait for more!
The holy month of Elul is the perfect time to reflect upon who we really want to be in our life.
On todays show we have Medical clown Stacy Fassberg from Simchat HaLev who talks to us about the ‘mitzvah of happiness’ and her within-reach dream of creating a “Clown-mobile” which will enable joy-makers from each corner of Israel’s patchwork society to bring happiness to the elderly, those struggling with illness and children who are living under the constant threat of terror. Also we have Joanna Shebson from " Fun In Jerusalem" who tells us about all the fun and festive activities going in on in Jerusalem during Chanukkah .
An eye-opening account of life in Israel,
As usual, the world points a collective finger at Israel.
The Diaspora's relationship with Israel does not bode well.
Vashti, Esther and Zeresh. Passionate cast of female characters who helped pave the path - intentional or not.
The gruesome assassinations of Iranian writers, intellectuals, activists and scholars who opposed the theocratic regime of the Mullahs.
As the Day of Judgement looms, the ancient question begs: "What direction should a Jew follow? Must he be the one to reconcile or is the onus on G-d?"
Do American Jews care about candidates who want to wipe Israel off the map? Should rabbis meddle in the feuds of divorcing couples? From identifying the enemies among us to celebrating the mundane, a thought provoking hour of radio.
In the "You Gotta Meet" segment, author/activist Zahava Englard Shapiro blows the March of the Living out of the water and tells us why we should NEVER send our precious children on tours of blood-soaked Poland.
Israel commemorates her dead warriors. . .
Driving on the wrong side of the road and coming home.
Why New York's Israel Day Parade feels embarrassing.
As rockets fall and alarms go off, an interview with mother of seven, Devorah Goodman Horev in southern Israel.
Does the expected blood-moon lunar eclipse spell an end to the world as we know it?
Approaching the Festival of Freedom, what is our ‘personal’ relationship to Israel from Diaspora living rooms?
Andrea's new segment called “My Jewish Hero”.
A proud American who happens to live in the Holy Land.
What is your reaction to the latest terror attack?
Why are we still fasting on the 10th of Tevet?
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