“Sounds Jewish” delves into Judaism's omer-counting period of semi-mourning, and celebrates the Lag B'Omer holiday with a global playlist of music, comedy and spoken-word recordings.
Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for a hour of Blue Suede Jews: Israeli, British, American, and Polish Jewish musicians rockin' out.
“Sounds Jewish” celebrates Israel's 70th anniversary with historical and contemporary recordings.
Just after Passover, the Jewish people and our allies commemorate Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for entertaining and soulful Passover-inspired songs by Jews and other readers of the Hebrew Bible.
Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for music highlighting the Irish-Jewish connection.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish as we dig innovative Jewish music by young singers, songwriters and instrumentalists.
Next on “Sounds Jewish”: a celebration of the coming Purim feast featuring holiday music and comedy from around the world. We'll party like it's 360 BCE.
Tune in to Sunday's “Sounds Jewish” for a full program of small-batch Jewish music self- or locally produced in North America, Europe and Israel.
Valentine's Day isn't officially Jewish, but why miss out on the chocolate?
Sunday's Sounds Jewish brings you specialized pregame hoopla featuring Jewish music from Philadelphia and New England, a sampling of Jewish commercials jingles, and an interview with the greatest Jewish football player of all time.
Tune in to the next “Sounds Jewish” for an eclectic playlist welcoming the arboreal festival and appreciating our natural world.
Tune in to “Sounds Jewish” for Jewish music in praise of Martin Luther King Jr. – plus songs that demonstrate the longtime simpatico between Jews and African-Americans.
Next on “Sounds Jewish”: host Andy Muchin plows through his record collection for a pile of sometimes joyful, sometimes poignant Jewish winter songs – if you catch his drift.
Tune in to “Sounds Jewish” to welcome the other new year (2018) with with songs of newness, tunes for drinking and dancing, and music to guide us, should we so choose, along a more righteous path.