Rosh Hashona and Yom Kipur, the Jewish new year holidays, as well as COVID-19, are a constant theme throughout this show, which features two terrific interviews, along with greetings and announcements by sponsors, friends, and participants in The Yiddish Voice.
Interview with Kolya Borodulin, director of Workers Circle/Arbeter Ring Yiddish programming, now registering for Fall 2020 classes, all available via interactive audio/video over the Internet! Info: https://circle.org/what-we-do/yiddish-language/
Interview (continued from last week) with Avremi Zaks, presenter for the Yiddish-language radio program of Kan, the Israeli public broadcasting corporation, interviewed by Sholem Beinfeld, regular contributor to the Yiddish Voice. For Israeli Yiddish radio program announcements, visit the "Yiddish Radio" page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/181106619326190/
Gitu Cycowicz, a Holocaust survivor originally from Chust, Czechoslovakia, and now an Israeli, gives an extended greeting from her home in Jerusalem
Lovely New Year's greetings from friends, supporters, and collaborators:
We wish you all the best for a healthy, happy New Year.
לשנה טובֿה - אַ גוט געזונט יאָר - גמר חתימה טובֿה
Thanks to our 2020 High Holiday sponsors!
Air Date: September 23, 2020
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