Rabbi, lecturer and best-selling author Joseph Telushkin discusses the Jewish Tradition through the lens of his book Words That Hurt, Words That Heal. With Mark S. Golub on L’Chayim.

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Award-winning Israeli Actress Ayelet Zurer discusses her feelings about acting and creating art, and describes portraying the Haredi widow “Elisheva” on the hit Israeli series on Netflix, Shtisel. With Mark S. Golub.

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Aish HaTorah lecturer and author Ken Spiro discusses antisemitism as anti-Zionism, American Jewry and today’s Democratic party, and the core values of Jewish idealism. With Mark S. Golub on L’Chayim.

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Ken Spiro, rabbi, historian, author and senior lecturer and researcher for Aish HaTorah, explores the Jewish understanding of God with Mark S. Golub on L’Chayim.

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El Al Airline’s Managing Director for North America, Yoram Elgrabli, describes growing up in Israel, his feelings for the Jewish State while living in the Diaspora, and his role overseeing the “airline of the Jewish People.” With Mark S.Golub.

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Haviv Rettig Gur, political correspondent for the Times of Israel, discusses the failure of Benjamin Netanyahu to form a coalition and what the chances are for Benny Gantz to face the same task. In the News with Mark S. Golub.

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Chairman of the Chelsea Football Club in the UK, Bruce Buck, discusses the Club’s initiative “Say No To Antisemitism,” and its mission to use the power of sports to help educate fans about the evils of discrimination & antisemitism. Mark S. Golub.

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A panel of rabbis discuss ways of thinking and speaking about God on Yom Kippur with Chaim Steinmetz , Lauren Grabelle Herrmann and Marcelo Kormis . With Mark S. Golub, part 2 of 2.

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Eric Kandel, professor of Biochemistry & Biophysics at Columbia University, talks about leaving Austria during World War II, his relationship with Vienna today, and his life work studying the brain & the mind as a Nobel Prize-winning neuroscientist.

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All of us at JBS wish all of you  a most healthy and sweet Jewish New Year 5780.

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