Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Summer Reading This week on Unorthodox, three books to add to your summer reading list.Our first guest is historian and UCLA professor Sarah Abrevaya Stein, who is the author of Family Papers: A Sephardic Journey Through the Twentieth Century. She tells us how she...
Feeding the Family

Feeding the Family

Feeding the Family This week, an episode all about … food! But first: There’s still time to get Tablet’s “Passover Haggadah: An Ancient Story for Modern Times” on Kindle or as an e-book.Listen in as Stephanie tours the Joyva factory and learns...
Bonus: Passover Saturday Night

Bonus: Passover Saturday Night

Bonus: Passover Saturday Night On today’s Unorthodox bonus episode, Liel has a conversation with author Sharon Cameron about her new novel, The Light in Hidden Places, which is based on the true story of a 16-year-old girl who hid thirteen Jews in her attic, while...
Lunch Dates

Lunch Dates

Lunch Dates This week, two Jews and a Quaker walk into a podcast!First, Stephanie has lunch with A.J. Jacobs—over Zoom. He explains his fondness for dining via the videoconferencing service, which he started doing five years ago while working from home. He tells us...
Queen of Quarantine

Queen of Quarantine

Queen of Quarantine This week on Unorthodox, we’re talking about why everyone seems to be talking about Anne Frank these days.Our first guest is comedian Ophira Eisenberg, who tells us about hosting NPR’s usually live game show Ask Me Another remotely, and...
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