Host Brad Pomerance speaks with Fertility Expert Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg about the implications of genetic mutations and Sara Chana Silverstein, believed to be the world's first Orthodox Jewish women...
Host Brad Pomerance visits out-of-the-box Open Temple, joins Hugh Baver on his journey to learn about Jewish refugees in the Dominican Republic and meets some of Germany's newest refugees.
Host Brad Pomerance speaks with Elysha Netsarh, a member of the world's newest Jewish community, from the African island nation of Madagascar.
Host Brad Pomerance speaks with football foodies Geoff & Mitchell Schwartz, Animal Enthusiast and Author Karen Winnick, the Israel Guide Dog Center and Israeli Archeologists who made a remarkable...
Host Brad Pomerance speaks with Transgender Activist Michaela Mendelsohn about her decision to transition from male to female, her activism in the transgender community and the role her Jewish...
Actress Debra Messing offers a humorous look at her Jewish identify. Then, the Pew Forum offers an extensive look at how Jewish Israelis identify themselves.
German Consul General Hans Jorg Neumann details his diplomatic career and speaks about German relations with the Jewish community and the State of Israel in the 21st Century.
Host Brad Pomerance speaks with the Director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum Dr. Piotr M.A. Cywinski.
Host Brad Pomerance interview Author Jan Berlfein Burns about her book, "March of the Living: Our Stories", about Holocaust survivors who lived through World War II during their childhood.
Meet three young Jewish men brought to the United States through the organization
Host Brad Pomerance takes a look at some of the groundbreaking efforts to cure diseases afflicting us today. Brad allows take us to Ashkelon Israel to uncover an ancient cemetery.
Host Brad Pomerance speaks with Holocaust Survivor Inge Auerbacher about her work to spread Holocaust Education. And discover the storied history of the Jews of Atlantic City, NJ.
Rabbi David Eliezrie joins us to discuss this book - "The Secret of Chabad."
Kenneth Marcus, Esq., President and Founder of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, discusses his book - "The Definition of Anti-Semitism."
Roman Ward; Jewish Florida Museum; Pianists for Peace: UN 110C
We talk to three men intricately involved in the capture and trial of notorious Nazi Adolph Eichmann. Then we look at valiant efforts at interfaith bridge building. Finally, Maccabi Haifi takes on...
Meet Mark Rubin, who as a young boy survived the horrors on the Holocaust inside the Terezin Concentration Camp, and moved on to become one of California's most successful and philanthropic residents.
Looking at displaced communities during World War II and today.
Host Brad Pomerance speaks with Randy Schoenberg, the attorney who succesfully represented Maria Altmann in her quest to recover Nazi-looted art from Austria, and whose story is depicted in the...
How we, as a Jewish community, are adapting to our changing world.
Angella Nazarian takes a look back at her past in Iran, while Joelyn Flomenhaft reflects on the past of her father and two women he liberated during World War II.
Meet determined individuals who are standing tall fo fight for a better future - for themselves and for generations to come.
Host Brad Pomerance talks to Chava Pressburger, sister to Holocaust diarist Peter Ginz, who has become known as the male Anne Frank.
Meet Jewish Americans with Latin American roots - Kimberly Duenas and her father Solomon and Rafael Kravec - who have committed themselves to the Jewish community and the State of Israel.
Host Brad Pomerance looks at modern Jewish communities in Odessa, Ukraine and Budapest, Hungary.
Two entrepreneurs explore how their Jewish roots inform their lives.
Meet three women honoring their community's genocides. Guests Joanne Caras and Julia Belanoff.
Two Jewish-Americans journey to Israel. One makes the Aliyah. The other takes an unexpected detour through Damascus.
The J Report continues its series of uplifting stories emanating from the ashes of World War II.
The J Report team travels around the world, visiting Jewish communities in North America, Africa, Asia and Europe.
Celebrating the birth of Israel and highlighting some of Israel's unlikely heroes.
Celebratory stories rising from the rubble of the Holocaust, including an American woman's 20-year journey to reclaim her family's farm in Romania and an interview by Kym Karath (Gretl Von Trapp in...
Exploring medical issues facing the Jewish community, including breast cancer, circumcision, asthma and more.
Travel with the J Report team to Warsaw and Lodz during the March of the Living, visiting notorious sites from World War II.
Uncovering unique initiatives to educate the world about the Holocaust
Investigating educational initiatives fostered within the Jewish community.
Discovering Sephardic Jewry, Jews of the Iberian Peninsula and their unique language, Judeo-Spanish or Ladino.
Exploring Josef Mengele with a "Mengele Twin" and Pope Pius XII. Traveling to Europe, then and now.
Exploring Anti-Israeli rhetoric on campus, special needs students in Jewish day schools and more.
Meet two individuals whose parents survived the Holocaust and discover how each family fared in the wake of this human tragedy.
Exploring Yiddish, the language spoken by Eastern European Jewry and most Jewish Americans in the early 20th Century.