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Posted On : Sunday, 27 October 2019

Mishy Harman (narration): When we walked into Etgar Keret’s apartment in Tel Aviv, to talk to him about the theme of our episode today, “People of the Book,” his wife...


Posted On : Thursday, 24 October 2019

Mishy Harman (narration): Just about two months before November 4th, 1995, I began seventh grade. And in Israel, that’s the start of Junior High. So… new school, new building, all...


Posted On : Thursday, 10 October 2019

Mishy Harman: Hi! Shelly: Hi! Mishy Harman (narration): I met Shelly this last Saturday. She was sitting at a bus stop in front of Mount Herzl, Israel’s national cemetery. Mishy...


Posted On : Sunday, 27 March 2016

Act II, “The Bus Driver Who Wanted To Be God,” is adapted from Etgar Keret’s short story collection of the same name, and performed by Keret himself. In it, we meet—yes—a bus...


Posted On : Sunday, 08 November 2015

Etgar Keret, an author and a regular contributor to our show, lives less than a ten minute walk from Kikar Malchey Israel, the square where Rabin was murdered. One of...


Posted On : Sunday, 08 November 2015

Rabin is a symbol. An icon. Twenty years later, it isn't so simple to understand what he truly stands for...


Posted On : Sunday, 18 October 2015

First, a chat with Israeli writer Etgar Keret, who has some original thoughts on where the “people of the book” tagline came from....

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