Vox Tablet

So Long, Farewell

After 11 years and 500 episodes, Vox Tablet signs off for good

June 24, 2016


Since 2005, the Vox Tablet team—producer Julie Subrin and host Sara Ivry—have done our best to create a Jewish podcast with conversations, stories, and reports from across the Jewish cultural world. But good things—even pioneering, award-winning podcasts—come to an end, and their makers move on to new adventures elsewhere.

In our final episode, we take a brief walk down memory lane to some of our favorite moments from the past decade. Among highlights we feature are our visits with actor Fyvush Finkel; illustrator and author Roz Chast; Silver Jews’ frontman David Berman; tourists en route to the Statue of Liberty; South African justice Albie Sachs; attendees at an annual deli luncheon in a small Mississippi town; Israeli musician Noam Inbar; and West Side Story aficionado Alisa Solomon.

In addition, this episode features music from Epichorus, Oran Etkin, and Victoria Hanna, all of whom were featured on Vox Tablet. You can find the full archive of our episodes here.

Every episode of Vox Tablet began with theme music from the talented and generous Jewlia Eisenberg of the band Charming Hostess. Thank you to her and to everyone along the way who encouraged us and helped us make this show. Follow us on Twitter (@julie_subrin and @saraivry) to see where we land.

Vox Tablet is Tablet Magazine’s weekly podcast, hosted by Sara Ivry and produced by Julie Subrin. You can listen to individual episodes here or subscribe on iTunes.

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