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Posted On : Thursday, 15 October 2015

Mishy Harman talks to Ira Glass, host of the popular podcast This American Life, about what it feels like to have an Israeli copycat....


Posted On : Tuesday, 31 December 2019

In the prologue, we revisit unreleased parts of a conversation we recorded in preparation of our very first episode, back in August 2014. Mishy Harman – inexperienced, star-struck and decidedly...


Posted On : Monday, 30 December 2019

Mishy Harman: Hey and welcome to the very first English episode of Sipur Israeli, or Israel Story. I’m Mishy Harman, hi hi, and well… . Mishy Harman (narration): That’s...


Posted On : Tuesday, 17 December 2019

Rachael Cerrotti: If I do this slightly to the left so I can see Mishy a little bit better, is that… John Scott: No, I can definitely do that.  Rachael...


Posted On : Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Mishy Harman (narration): Hey guys, it’s Mishy. A few weeks ago we aired a Thanksgiving bonus, in which we brought you excerpts from a conversation I had with Emad Levy,...


Posted On : Tuesday, 03 December 2019

In the prologue, Mishy Harman tries to understand why – if an alien landed in Israel today – it would probably think that the word “achi” is a form of...


Posted On : Tuesday, 03 December 2019

Oren Harman (narration): Hey Israel Story listeners, it’s Oren Harman, Mishy’s brother. You’re about to listen to an episode called “Achi,” which is Hebrew for ‘my brother.’ And right before...


Posted On : Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Mishy Harman (narration): Hey guys, it’s Mishy. We know that many of you will be traveling for the holiday this week, or – if you’re staying put this year –...


Posted On : Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Ari Jacob wrote the original music in You Cannot Clap With One Hand. Joel Shupack arranged the music for the rest of the episode, and for parts of Act I,...


Posted On : Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Mishy Harman talks to Edwin Shuker, whose family fled Baghdad in 1971, about his hopes for a new Golden Age for Iraqi Jews. You can learn more about Edwin’s story...