Press, Professors and Passports

Should academics and intellectuals play a more significant roll in Israeli politics? And the ambivalent comforts of holding two passports. All this and more with 'The Promised Podcast'

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Allison, Don and Noah discuss:

Whether the Israeli press is hobbled or hackneyed;

The roles academics and intellectuals play in Israeli politics;

The ambivalent comforts of holding two passports.


A tribute to Israeli tributes to The Beatles, in honor of the 50th the Ed Sullivan Show.

When I’m 64 - Jericho Jones

I Will - Hipushiot Ha-Kfar

Dear Prudence - Adam Ben Ezra

Tamid - Gidi Gov and Shlomo Yidov

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