Podcasts have entertainment and educational value, depending on your interests. Sometimes each episode stands alone, or, like the modern soap opera, one can follow a "series." They are often short, less than 20 minutes, yet some can reach upward an hour per episode. If you've never listened to Podcasts before, this is a chance to try something new. If you're a regular, then you may want to take a chance on one of these popular Jewish podcasts - free!

Can We Talk? 

“Can We Talk?” is produced by the Boston-based Jewish Women’s Archive, a national nonprofit that highlights the lives and stories of notable Jewish women. The first episode, aptly named “The Pilot’s Pilot,” tells the stories of two 1940s-era Jewish women pilots; the second explores the Jewish roots of the 1971 seminal women’s health book, Our Bodies, Ourselves.


Israel Story: Ancient Land, Modern Tales

Israel Story or Sipur Israeli, is a radio initiative that brings high quality, long-form non-fiction content to, and about, Israel.

Israelis, we all know, are a nation of storytellers. So in many ways our task was an easy one – to shine a spotlight on the little (and big!) dramas that comprise Israeli life. Our primary goal is to tell the story of a different, diverse Israel: To amplify voices that are rarely heard on the mainstream media, to showcase and celebrate the plurality of local communities and traditions.

These are the stories you’d tell a friend over a plate of hummus on a Friday afternoon, the stories you’d share with your partner at the end of the day – Everyday stories, told by, and about, regular Israelis.


The Promised Podcast

This weekly show, launched in 2011 in cooperation with the English-language edition of the newspaper Haaretz and Tel Aviv radio station TLV1, is all about Israeli politics, culture and society.

The hosts delineate their worldview in this way: “We live here, and love the place, and it also often drives us crazy. Mostly, we want to understand it, with an open mind and heart: the good, the bad and the ugly.”

The Kibitz

Your hilarious and insightful guide to Jewish ideas and culture. Join journalist Dan Crane and comedian Jessica Chaffin (Ronna & Beverly) as they explore all topics under the sun. A project of Reboot, which aims to rekindle connections and re-imagine Jewish lives full of meaning, creativity, and joy. Inspired by Jewish ritual and embracing the arts, humor, food, philosophy, and social justice, we produce creative projects that spark the interest of young Jews and the larger community. 


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