And are New Yorkers really more rude than other Americans?
Ep. 137: Yossi Klein Halevi’s ‘Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor,’ New York Times political reporter Astead Herndon
Should it be Green or Grunfeld? And is Mottl better than Mark?
Ep. 136: In honor of Shavuot, stories from people around the globe who have chosen to be Jewish
Episode 135: Peninah Lamm Kaplansky on infertility and miscarriage in the Jewish community, Sister Julia Walsh on giving up motherhood for the church, and the granddaughter-grandmother duo behind the new documentary ‘Wendy’s Shabbat’
A perplexed Jew looking for a guide that’s not too dense and not too flimsy. We asked the experts, and put together the perfect reading list.
On Unorthodox, the former senator opens up about his feelings towards the contemporary Democratic Party
Ep. 134: Sen. Joe Lieberman on life after politics, and Skyler Inman on podcasting the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Episode 133: Former Jehovah’s Witness Linda Curtis on being shunned by the religion, Rachel Simmons on empowering young girls today, and more
The hosts of Tablet’s beloved podcast weigh in on the great questions of Jewish life
Ep. 132: Celebrating Israel’s 70th birthday with chef Eyal Shani, singer Yael Deckelbaum, and writer and comedian Periel Aschenbrand
Ep. 131: Actor Joshua Malina and composer Hrishikesh Hirway, hosts of The West Wing Weekly podcast
Why not give Chad Gadya a rest?
Simon Doonan and Jonathan Adler update the classics for the Unorthodox Haggadah
Ep. 130: Listener questions about scallion whipping and Christian Seders, humorist Adam Mansbach on comedic haggadot and the power of the Passover story, and more
Ep. 129: Evangelical preacher turned humanist chaplain Bart Campolo drops by our snow day studio
Ep. 128: Orthodox rabbinical student Leah Sarna and culture critic Lauren Oyler
Come see your favorite chatty Jews interview former Senator Joseph Lieberman and podcast host Bart Campolo in a very special live show next week!
Ep. 127: Israeli food personality Gil Hovav on his new memoir and historian Alan Robert Ginsberg on the lost 1925 film Salome of the Tenements
Ep. 126: Film critic Jordan Hoffman on the Academy Awards, and CNN analyst Asha Rangappa on how being an FBI agent isn’t what it looks like on TV
Ep. 125: Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal’s new food series and DoubleX Gabfest co-host June Thomas on the future of podcasting
Ep. 124: Klezmer-rock band Golem, writer Molly Lambert on her grandmother’s exclusion from the 1936 Olympics, and a visit to a Hebrew language-focused elementary school in Harlem
Ep. 123: Live from Limmud, with vocalist and composer Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell and Bloody Good Period founder Gabby Edlin
Ep. 122: Novelist Tova Mirvis on Leaving Modern Orthodoxy
Ep. 121: Live from the Manhattan JCC, comedian Judy Gold and Jesuit priest James Martin
In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Remembering and serving the 43,000 survivors living in the New York area
Ep. 120: LGBTQ&A podcast host Jeffrey Masters and Anne Edelstein, author of Lifesaving for Beginners, plus Roy Moore’s ‘Jewish lawyer’
Episode 119: West Virginia Rabbi Joseph Hample and musicians David Chevan and Warren Byrd of the Afro-Semitic Experience
Might you be the one to help us make the world’s greatest Jewish podcast even better?
Ep. 118: Our hosts respond to listener questions on everything from tin foil to conversion homework