This week Jay Sanderson is in deep conversation with Sal Litvak of the Accidental Talmudist, who is also an accomplished filmmaker and writer. They explore Sal’s extraordinary journey to becoming one of today’s great teachers of Judaism and the Talmud.
Jay’s 4 Questions Podcast
This week’s podcast guest is the creator, writer, and producer of Everybody Loves Raymond and foodie, world traveler, and host of the Netflix hit Somebody Feed Phil. Phil and Jay talk about comedy and food, arguably two of the Jewish people’s greatest gifts to mankind.
This week’s podcast guest is Tali Levanon, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Israel Trauma Coalition (ITC). She discusses her trauma and resiliency work in Israel, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, and around the world and how people deal differently with traumas from natural and man-made disasters.
Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback, Senior Rabbi of Stephen Wise Temple and Wise School, joins Jay’s 4 Questions to discuss the importance of Jewish education and Jewish summer camp, the meaning of a name, and life in Omaha, Nebraska.
David Broza, extraordinary musical performer, singer, and songwriter, joins Jay’s 4 Questions podcast for the second time to discuss Israel, music, conflict resolution, coexistence, and One Million Guitars — a program that provides stipends for guitar lessons and uniquely designed guitars for underprivileged kids around the world.
This week’s guest is media personality, author, innovator, and rabbi Irwin Kula, who is also the co-president of Clal — the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. The conversation spans the many tipping points in Jewish life and what it means to be a conscious spiritual disrupter.
Roni Saslove, the new face of Israeli wine, joins Jay Sanderson on this week’s episode of Jay’s 4 Questions to discuss mindful wine tasting, how wine triggers memories, and more!
Rabbi Amy Bernstein, Senior Rabbi of Kehillat Israel in Pacific Palisades and the incoming Chair of the Southern California Board of Rabbis, joins Jay’s 4 Questions podcast to discuss her journey from Atlanta to Duluth to Southern California, why synagogues need to be more nimble, and how to access our spiritual best selves.
Founder & CEO of Unplug Meditation Suze Yalof Schwartz teaches Jay how to disconnect, unwind, and meditate in this week’s episode of Jay’s 4 Questions. She also shares mind clearing and energy-raising— strategies we can all employ on a daily basis!
This week’s guest is Isaac “Bougie” Herzog, the Chairman of the Executive of the Jewish Agency. Bougie talks about his life in politics, being the son of the 6th President of the State of Israel Chaim Herzog, the nephew of Abba Eban, and the grandson of Israel’s first Chief Rabbi. This podcast episode provides insight into Bougie’s years of politics and vision for the future of the Jewish people.
Jay’s 4 Questions brings together the most interesting and influential thought leaders to discuss community, culture, food, and more. When President & CEO Jay Sanderson asks the tough questions — whether the answers are provocative, inspiring, or simply entertaining, you’ll want to hear every word.
This episode is brought to you by The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. Hosted by Jay Sanderson, produced by Alana Weiner, and edited by Ariel Aboody. You can listen to individual episodes or subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, and SoundCloud.
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