"Sounds Jewish" marks Father's Day with music and paying tribute to fathers, grandfathers and father figures.
Sounds Jewish celebrates Shavuos, the Festival of Weeks, with tracks about Torah, the harvest, Ruth and Naomi, and dairy foods.
Tune in to the next “Sounds Jewish” for a Lag B'Omer celebration, and Counting of the Omer commemoration -- all with a global Jewish playlist.
“Sounds Jewish”celebrates Mother's Day with a global Jewish playlist extolling maternal virtues, exploring our relationships with mom, and poking some gentle fun.
Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for sad, stirring and defiant music written during the Holocaust or linked to those dark times.
Next on Sounds Jewish, a high-fidelity Passover playlist of inspired versions of inspiring songs
Tune in to the next “Sounds Jewish” for a global Jewish playlist about the fools in our midst.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for a global playlist reflecting the many Jewish moods of spring.
Sounds Jewish parties like it's 360 BCE with songs for the Festival of Purim from the three corners of the Jewish world.
March is Women's History Month in the US. Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for important Jewish recordings by and about history-making Jewish women.
The Jewish community is hardly friendless. Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for 16 authentic Jewish-themed recordings by non-Jews.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for Jewish songs expressing the excitement, sadness, joy, frustration, and memories that accompany all migrants.
Sounds Jewish prepares for Valentine's Day with Jewish music that takes a giddy view of love – as well as songs that offer a, well, more realistic assessment.
Pro football's big megillah game is nearly upon us. Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for pregame hoopla featuring Jewish music from Los Angeles and New England.
Sounds Jewish commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day with music that honors the late Civil Rights leader and affirms the long-time affinity between African Americans and Jews.