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In its heyday in the 1930s, Yiddish radio flourished across America. Thirty stations in New York alone aired Jewish programming: advice shows, variety shows, man-on-the-street-interviews, news programs, music and game shows in both Yiddish and English. The programs in this collection afford us a snap-shot of American Jewish life in the 1930s and 40s -- the collision of Yiddish and American cultures, the dawning reality of the genocide occurring across the ocean, the day-to-day lives of immigrants struggling to make it in a new land.

These archival programs are brought to you by the Yiddish Radio Project and the Dora Teitelboim Center for Yiddish Culture. We offer programs from New York Yiddish radio from the 1940s as well as Miami Yiddish radio from the 1960s.


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