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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, 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, 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 (narration): In August 1971, Edwin Shuker was sixteen years old. And he and his family were on the run. Edwin Shuker: We were practically hostages. We tried to...


Posted On : Sunday, 27 October 2019

Mishy Harman (narration): Hey, and welcome to the very first English episode of Sipur Israeli , or Israel Story , here on Vox Tablet. I’m Mishy Harman, hi hi, and...


Posted On : Sunday, 27 October 2019

Mishy Harman: So Chaya, maybe just begin by telling me the story from the start. Chaya Ben Baruch: OK, so I grew up in New York, I grew up in...


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 : Sunday, 27 October 2019

Mishy Harman (narration): So I guess there’s this image of Israel – mainly of Jerusalem, really, and probably most of all Jerusalem’s Old City – as being full of people...


Posted On : Friday, 25 October 2019

Newsreel: Germany invades Poland and the Free State of Danzig. The efforts and hopes of diplomats for peaceful settlement are transformed into the roar of gunfire. Warsaw is bombed, blasted...