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  • Should I Take Him Back: Yiddish Radio Project
    s Court of the Air Should I Take Him Back a case before Rabbi Rubin s mediation court An estranged couple seeks the counsel of the Lower East Side s radio sage But will Rabbi Rubin be able to mend a marital bond frayed by violence and time The program was originally broadcast on WEVD on March 6 1949 Listen now to Should I Take Him Back with your RealPlayer

    Original URL path: http://www.yiddishradioproject.org/gems/6/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Questions in the Air: Yiddish Radio Project
    hosted by Victor Packer As WLTH s emperor of the air Victor Packer dabbled in every radio genre imaginable including the game show In this episode of Questions in the Air broadcast in September 1940 Packer s guests include Moishe Rivlin herring man Penny Ravitsky greeting card finisher and Mr Raden corsets and underwear Front and center however is Packer himself working valiantly to lead his contestants to the right

    Original URL path: http://www.yiddishradioproject.org/gems/7/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Monkey Love: Yiddish Radio Project
    Philosopher s Magazine Listen to more of Lutsky s classic Carnation commercials Monkey Love a letter to the Jewish Philosopher Every weekday afternoon at two C Israel Lustky a k a The Jewish Philosopher took to the air to answer listener letters pleas for advice from ordinary folks in difficult straits In this episode a mother asks Lutsky what she should do about a no good son whom she loves

    Original URL path: http://www.yiddishradioproject.org/gems/8/ (2016-02-13)
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  • She Spits at Me: Yiddish Radio Project
    quotRabbi Rubin s Court of the Air She Spits at Me a case before Rabbi Rubin s mediation court Two elderly sisters bring their internecine feud to Rabbi Rubin s court Listen in as the board of Lower East Side wise men attempt to bring peace to the ladies shared home Originally recorded on March 19 1950 Listen now to She Spits at Me with your RealPlayer See Gems Schedule

    Original URL path: http://www.yiddishradioproject.org/gems/9/ (2016-02-13)
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  • The Candy Store: Yiddish Radio Project
    the air The Candy Store a radio drama by Nahum Stutchkoff This week Gems is a classic episode of Nahum Stutchkoff s Round the Family Table Originally broadcast in 1939 the episode is an homage to Rabbi Rubin s real life Yiddish court of the air which in ran New York from the late 1930s to 1956 In Stutchkoff s fictional rendering the judge played by Stutchkoff himself weighs the

    Original URL path: http://www.yiddishradioproject.org/gems/10/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Escape from a Dream: Yiddish Radio Project
    a fragment of a post war refugee drama In radio archeology incomplete remains can be among the most intriguing Such is the case with this English language post World War II drama which stars Richard Widmark as a psychologically tormented Holocaust survivor The program of which only the first half survives was first broadcast on May 18 1947 on New York s WMCA and was sponsored by United Service for

    Original URL path: http://www.yiddishradioproject.org/gems/11/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Vacation in the Mountains: Yiddish Radio Project
    Master Zvee Scooler aka the Grammeister Rhyme Master took to the air every Sunday on WEVD to present ten minutes of news and commentary in rhyme A master poet Scooler is the spiritual descendent of badkhns poets who oversaw weddings in Eastern Europe In this segment first broadcast exactly 50 years ago on August 20 1947 Scooler considers the plight of the Catskill mountain refugee the quintessential retired New Yorker

    Original URL path: http://www.yiddishradioproject.org/gems/12/ (2016-02-13)
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  • That Woman Didn't Want To Do Nothing for Me: Yiddish Radio Project
    case before Rabbi Rubin s mediation court Rabbi Rubin s Lower East Side air of the court was witness to almost every variety of human dispute of which those between spouses might have been the most common but by no means the least interesting Witness this case between a down on the heal dry goods salesman and the wife in whose nest egg he d invested his hopes for success

    Original URL path: http://www.yiddishradioproject.org/gems/14/ (2016-02-13)
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