Part 1: The expansion of Netanyahu’s government leaves Herzog and Labor out, and Avigdor Lieberman and his right-wing party in.
Part 2: 'Birthright' alums return home to fight Israeli policy, and some are even joining BDS.
Part 3: The politics of Israeli images of beauty that find lithe, blond, and northern-European to be the ne plus ultra of hotness.
Listen up! Today's episode teaches you how to do something very useful on the Israeli streets — to stop someone who's talking at you and tell them 'listen!'
Part 1: Last week 2,000 Israelis demonstrated in Tel Aviv in support of the IDF soldier suspected of the Hebron manslaughter. What exactly were they supporting?
Part 2: Why do Israeli leaders on the left and center sound more and more right-wing every day? Will this shift will help them get elected?
Part 3: On the former ultra-Orthodox who are suing the country for allowing their parents to raise them as Haredim.
The Israeli street is all about exclamations, including strangers telling you how much you resemble someone... or not. It's important to understand what's being said, so today host Guy Sharett focuses on the Hebrew word "domé" and its relatives.
Part 1: In this Passover potpourri of propitious, panegyric perspicacity, an update of the old story in the Midrash about the four sons with a modern outlook.
Part 2: The Promised Podcast panel and guests discuss some of their most touching family moments in Israel, including birthdays, graduations, and anniversaries.