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Best Yiddish podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Yiddish podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Three Yiddish translators and one podcast producer read works of Yiddish literature and then share impressions and insights. The idea is for you to read these stories too and then to participate in the discussion. We are reading Yiddish literature that is available in English translation, and since some of these English versions are terrible, the Yiddish experts are here to tell the rest of us what we are missing out on.
 
ADHD! What do you think of when you hear that term? Does the word Mishegoss pop into your head? Mishegoss, Yiddish for insane, madness, and crazy. Those terms can sometimes describe what your feeling living with ADHD. Patti and I try to help make these feelings make sense by talking about our own experiences living with ADHD for over 80 years combined. We're the UNCOLA of content. We're unedited, unscripted, & refreshingly real. We're real people talking about real-life and living with ADHD.
 
This reading is in Hebrew.Mendele Mocher Seforim (Literary name for Shalom Jacob Abramovitsch) (1835 – 1917, b. Kapulye, Belorussia), one of the first modern Jewish writers, wrote in both Hebrew and Yiddish throughout his career. In his work he described with sharp satirical criticism the traditional life in small Jewish towns, as well as tendencies for assimilation of learned Jews at the time. He was regarded as the “grandfather of Yiddish literature” but the Hebraic-Zionist atmosphere in O ...
 
The Yiddish, Eastern Audio New Testament (LMM) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the New Testament in their heart language.
 
Podcast of The Yiddish Voice, a weekly hour-long Yiddish-language radio show heard in the Boston area on WUNR 1600 AM/Brookline, MA (USA) and live-streamed via yiddishvoice.com ״דאָס ייִדישע קול״ איז אַ וועכנטלעכע ראַדיאָ פּראָגראַם אויף ייִדיש און אַ פּאָדקאַסט אויך. אגבֿ, ייִדיש שרײַבט מען אויך יידיש אָדער אידיש. הערט זיך צו און האָט הנוא!
 
This reading is in Hebrew. Der Judenstaat (German, The Jewish State) is a book written by Theodor (Binyamin Zeev) Herzl and published in 1896 in Leipzig and Vienna by M. Breitenstein’s Verlags-Buchhandlung. It was originally called “Address to the Rothschilds” referring to the Rothschild family banking dynasty which was very influential in the realization of a Zionist state in Palestine. It is considered to be one of the most important texts of early Zionism. As expressed in this book, Herzl ...
 
Feed Me Bubbe as seen in the Wall Street Journal May 10th 2007 and ABC World News with Charles Gibson on 8/8/07 among other press. Bubbe is Yiddish for grandmother and this Bubbe is ready to show you the secret to her good cooking. Feed me Bubbe takes feeding grandchildren to a new level. What makes this different from the other feed is that the fans have spoken saying we need a version that works on your ipods and iphones and we have answered. If you are looking for a .mov version use the o ...
 
Every week we publish a special issue with selected sayings and chidushim from the “Zera Shimshon” on the Parsha. The short sayings are written from the long books of ‘Zera Shimshon’, in order to make it easier for the learners to have a brief chidush to give over to a friend, at the Shabbos meal with the family or at any time. The issue comes out in lashon ha’kodesh, French, and Yiddish. We also assist in the publication of the issue in English by Rabbi Shevach Pepper. In the issue there ar ...
 
Interesting regular folks with different backgrounds and perspectives talking about sports, politics, religion, business and more. We cover all the things you aren't supposed to talk about in a fun respectful way while throwing in entertaining guests and segments. Yiddish word of the week, No You Dii'nt and "Defending the Millennial's" are just a few of our favorites.
 
A collection of 48 wonderful English language stories from Sholem Alechem, I. L. Perez, Shalom Asch, and others. Tales of humour and drama, tragedy and pathos set mostly in the Jewish communities of 19th-century eastern Europe, Russia, and the Ukraine. Translated from Yiddish by Helena Frank. (Summary by Adrian Praetzellis) Proof-listening by Ans Wink, K. Fowler, & Aron Horovitz
 
This recording is in Hebrew.Stories included:??? ?? (Rabbi Dov)??? ???????? (Two Cocks)??? ????? (Pesach Celebration Spoiled)???? ???? (Yosel the Gardener)??? ?????? (Book of Atonement)????? ??????? (The Dog Havarbar)????? (Shimele)??? ????? (Early Pesach)???????? (The Philosopher)??????? (The German Jew)????? (The Treasure)????? ???? ??? (For One Radish)????? ?? (Blood Libel)Sholem Aleichem was the pen name of Solomon Naumovich Rabinovich, a leading Yiddish author and playwright. Sholem Ale ...
 
In the medical world, I'm an internist and primary care doctor at Johns Hopkins. I see patients, do research on decision-making, uncertainty, and patient-doctor communication; I teach with residents; and I write about the complexities of healthcare. In the non-medical world, I write in English and Yiddish, translating as well between both languages. I publish poetry, short stories, and essays/journalism.
 
From 1963-1976, YIVO had its own program on WEVD, the radio station established by the Socialist Party of America in 1927 (its call letters stand for the initials of American socialist leader Eugene V. Debs), which was purchased by the Jewish Daily Forward in 1932 and became a major venue from Yiddish programming.
 
Teaching zemirot, spreading the middot, one song, one week at a time. "Zemer of the Week" is a podcast hosted by David Rosenwein and Jon Hornstein, teaching zemirot -- traditional Jewish songs in Hebrew and occasionally Yiddish or Aramaic. Weekly, topical dvars (a short word of Torah) also follow up each zemer.
 
DAVID SERERO Singer Baritone, Actor, Producer and Recording Artist Actor and baritone, David Serero, has received international recognition and critical acclaim from all over the world. At 37 years old, he has already performed more than 2,000 concerts and performances throughout the world, played in over 100 films and TV series, and recorded more than 20 albums. He entered the prestigious WHO'S WHO AMERICA for demonstrating outstanding achievements in the entertainment world and for the bet ...
 
For the past few years we have celebrated the anniversary of LibriVox with a collection loosely themed on the number of the anniversary year. This year is no exception.Readers have contributed 88 recordings in Dutch, English, French, German, Japanese, Polish and Yiddish, and this feast of fiction, poetry, essays, articles and musical items ranges from lectures to love letters, science to songs, travel to taxes, and politics to pirates, spiced with a dash of humour.It has, as always, been eno ...
 
It's All Mishegoss!Where a guy with an ADHD mind and a mishegoss life brings it all together to give you an insanely great podcast!It's All Mishegoss!A weird name right? Mishegoss is Yiddish for insane, madness and crazy. Now that doesn't mean it's just bad mishegoss. In many cases, it's good mishegoss and my goal is to bring the best of both to you on this podcast.?It's All Mishegossis not your ordinary podcast. Remember that the host, me has a fantastic gift. It isn't the gift of foresight ...
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages (except standard English). All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers.01 Japanese - Chichi by Akutagawa Ryunosuke (1892-1927) [1916] - Text - key words: prose, fiction, father 02 Japanese - Hoshi by Kunikida Doppo (1871-1908) [1896] - Text - key words: prose, fiction, star 03 Latin - Horace Ode 3: Virgil: Off to Greece from Horace Odes and Epodes by Quintus Horatius Flaccus (65B ...
 
Writer and musical theater fanatic Alex brings on different guests to discuss current Broadway productions, bridging the gap between the critics' perspective and that of regular theatergoers. Listen before going to NYC (or leaving your apartment in NYC) to figure out what you should and shouldn't buy tickets to. Or just listen to get a new perspective on the shows that you won't get from reading the reviews.
 
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Lubomyr Luciuk spoke with The Shmooze about the recent release of his edited volume "How People Live in Soviet Russia: Impressions from a Journey." Newly translated from the Yiddish, the book chronicles journalist Mendel Osherowitch's account of his visit to Soviet Ukraine in 1932 at a time when millions of Ukrainians were dying of starvation in wh…
 
Heylik un Tayer: Holy and DearExpressions related to Jewish holidays, life cycle events and ritualsWith Professor Miriam Udel(Recorded live on June 29, 2020)Maybe you remember your Bubby or Zaidy speaking it. Maybe you’d like to watch Shtisel without the subtitles. Whatever the reason—this course is for you!Join Emory University Professor Miriam Ud…
 
Learning How to Love - Part 32"Misunderstood"With Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on July 5, 2020)You have a vision. This is your unique vision. No one else in the world has it. But you want to change that. So you share it. You hope that your vision will take the world by storm.That's when the problems start. See, no one else gets your v…
 
Think Different - Lesson 10The Life-Changing Wisdom of TanyaWith Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on July 2, 2020)The book of Tanya is the single most transformative Jewish spiritual text written in the last three centuries. It has helped countless individuals access their deepest self and live with purpose and intention. Tanya’s wisdom i…
 
Say It Soft. Always.Effective Leadership Is Always Soft-SpokenWith Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on July 1, 2020)Moses was the Jewish nation's greatest leader. When he was punished for hitting a rock instead of speaking to it, a powerful lesson reverberated throughout the world: Resist the urge to lash out at another, for if you have t…
 
Life After Life - Lesson 2Heaven & Hellwith Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on June 30, 2020)Death is life’s greatest enigma. All who are born are destined to die—but what happens then? This is a powerful exploration of what awaits on the other side. We look at the transition of death, the nature of heaven and hell, the reality of reinca…
 
I don't know about you, but when it comes to money, bills, and anything related, my ADHD goes into hyperdrive. Sometimes there's no turning back, but most of the time, I can help it by playing devil's advocate. I also help Patti and her anxiety with money pressures and ADHD by doing the same thing. Being the devil's advocate can take some of the st…
 
Being attacked by my ADHD on a Tuesday morning isn't the worst thing that has happened to me, but it does cause a little anxiety for the 30 minutes of my day. The fix is 30 minutes of visualization and pushing myself to get into the groove. Then all is good. Do you ever have one of those mornings after a night of lot of thinking going on upstairs T…
 
Learning How to Love - Part 31"Darkness"With Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on June 28, 2020)Here's a truth of life: Darkness always precedes light.It's been like this from the very beginning. First evening, then morning. Darkness, then light.And so the pattern repeats itself in our lives. The greatest breakthroughs come from the greate…
 
Think Different - Lesson 9The Life-Changing Wisdom of TanyaWith Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on June 25, 2020)The book of Tanya is the single most transformative Jewish spiritual text written in the last three centuries. It has helped countless individuals access their deepest self and live with purpose and intention. Tanya’s wisdom i…
 
In the Blink of an EyeChange Can Happen a Lot Quicker Than You ThinkWith Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on June 24, 2020)You’re stuck in a rut, and the light at the end of the tunnel is increasingly looking like an oncoming train. What to do? How to change? The speedy priests racing about their service in the Temple teach a lesson about…
 
Friday's are for crazy, insane, and maddening thoughts, right? They are for me I guess. Today's my Birthday and I'm having on of those Fridays I don't always look forward to, but need. Yes! Need! Friday's like today remind me of things I have to do to keep my brain running smoothly. It helps, it works, and I enjoy it. Cop a listen and see if you ag…
 
This week we decided to ask cultural critic, author, and music enthusiast Seth Rogovoy to share his recommendations on what to read, watch, and listen to--and the list surprised us! From a first review of Bob Dylan's new album to an obscure film and a classic novel, Seth makes the case for why these are his top picks.Episode 0263June 26, 2020Yiddis…
 
Gun BattleDebating the Right to Bear Arms With Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on June 17, 2020)The stories in the news are heartbreaking and gut-wrenching. Another person comes with firearms and starts shooting at people. In a movie theater, a classroom, the workplace—it’s the same horrific scene.What are we supposed to do about gun vio…
 
Di Yidishe Mishpokhe: The Jewish FamilyAunts and uncles, grandparents and grandchildren (including greats), in-laws…the whole mishpokheWith Professor Miriam Udel(Recorded live on June 22, 2020)Maybe you remember your Bubby or Zaidy speaking it. Maybe you’d like to watch Shtisel without the subtitles. Whatever the reason—this course is for you!Join …
 
Vortlekh un Shprikhverter: Sayings and ProverbsYiddish wisdom distilled into very short formulasWith Professor Miriam Udel(Recorded live on June 15, 2020)Maybe you remember your Bubby or Zaidy speaking it. Maybe you’d like to watch Shtisel without the subtitles. Whatever the reason—this course is for you!Join Emory University Professor Miriam Udel …
 
Life After Life - Lesson 1Death & Transitionwith Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on June 23, 2020)Death is life’s greatest enigma. All who are born are destined to die—but what happens then? This is a powerful exploration of what awaits on the other side. We look at the transition of death, the nature of heaven and hell, the reality of r…
 
Needs vs. Wants. The basis that many decisions are made on, but when you have ADHD, that decision no matter what becomes more intense. The simplest of things go away. The thought of needs vs. wants leaves the brain to confuse you with many other thoughts and considerations. Most of them have no reason to be in your brain, but they are. What to do? …
 
Think Different - Lesson 8The Life-Changing Wisdom of TanyaWith Rabbi Ari Sollish(Recorded live in Atlanta on June 18, 2020)The book of Tanya is the single most transformative Jewish spiritual text written in the last three centuries. It has helped countless individuals access their deepest self and live with purpose and intention. Tanya’s wisdom i…
 
Getting things right can be a tough job. Obstacles like other opinions and constructive criticism get in the way of your way of thinking. Having ADHD doesn't bode well for that deep concentration one may need to solve the issue. So what can we do? That's a great question that I try to help answer today by letting you in on my issues last night. Hey…
 
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