Originally from Leeds, England, Menachem and Yehudit Vinograd met at an afternoon Hebrew class when they were 14. A few years later they were newlyweds living on a kibbutz.
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Today they are known in the Israeli Anglo-American community as the founders and producers of the successful and beloved Jacob's Ladder Folk Festival, which began in 1978 and takes place twice a year in northern Israel.
They join Rogel Alpher in the studio to speak about their life's work and share memories from past festivals. They also end up sharing a small but significant anecdote about the time they encountered Bob Dylan on a kibbutz in Israel.
Alex Hood – Botany Bay
Bob Dylan – The Times They Are A-Changin'
Arthur Johnstone - Bandiera Rossa
Eva Peron – Don't Cry For Me Argentina
Hans Theessink – Green Green Rocky Road
Akli D – Salam
Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson & Ricky Skaggs – Foggy Mountain Top