Rabbi Yehuda Sarna, Hillel director at the Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at NYU, and one of the rising stars on the American Jewish scene, discusses his experiences with right-wing Orthodoxy and his assessment of Jewish college students today. With Mark S. Golub on LChayim.
Shalom TV’s Mark Golub speaks with Leonard Goldberg, Executive Producer of CBS’ Blue Bloods starring Tom Selleck, about the Jewish foundation and ethical themes of a series based on an Irish family dedicated to law enforcement and the NYPD.
Israeli director David Fisher discusses the third and final film in his family trilogy, Six Million and One, in which he and his siblings retrace the steps of their father in Austria where he survived the Holocaust. With host Judy Gelman Myers.
Teachers from the Academy for Jewish Religion used parshat “Beshalach” to explore ideas of “peshat” and “midrash” and creating art from sacred texts, in this panel discussion entitled “Ways of Seeing: Peshat & D’rash”
Israeli journalist & historian Avi Shilon sits with NY Israeli Consul for Media Affairs Shahar Azani to discuss Shilon’s latest books “Menachem Begin: A Life” and “Ben-Gurion: Epilogue,” on Shalom TV’s original series, “Eye On Israel.”
Director Eve Annenberg discusses her film that crosses ultra-Orthodox youth with Shakespeare, “Romeo & Juliet In Yiddish”. On Shalom TV’s New Jewish Cinema with Judy Gelman Myers.
Criticizing the academic boycott of Israel by the American Studies Association, Dr. Charles Small, executive director of ISGAP, addresses the insidious nature of the ASA’s actions which enhance the BDS Movement. Shalom TV’s “In The News.”
Supporting the academic boycott of Israel instituted by the American Studies Association, Dr. David Palumbo-Lui of Stanford University addresses the question of anti-Semitism and the BDS Movement on the Shalom TV’s “In The News.”
Speaking about his days in Auschwitz, his relationship with God, and his hopes for the Jewish future, author and Nobel Peace Laureate Elie Wiesel spends an intimate hour discussing memories and hopes on “L’Chayim” with Mark S. Golub.