Mishy Harman

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  • Username: Mishy
  • Co-Founder, Host and Executive Producer of Israel Story
  • Role: Producer/Reporter: Independent

Recent Pieces from Mishy Harman

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Kacha Lo Bonim Choma (10:19)
From: Israel Story

How do famous sayings originate? Are there philosophers who grasp society enough to condense common experiences into a perfect phrase? Sometimes, all it takes is an enraged ...
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Of Numbers and Names (48:42)
From: Israel Story

For Yom HaShoah, stories of Israeli encounters with the Holocaust in the years and decades after it ended.
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Thicker Than Water (01:00:24)
From: Israel Story

On Today's show, we delve into the messy territory of family bonds—how they’re formed, challenged, and change over time. We’ll meet three families who are all, at the end of ...
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Stop That Bus! (54:12)
From: Israel Story

The world's largest bus station, and a bus driver who wanted to be God.
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Over and Out (01:11:19)
From: Israel Story

Stories of relationships that have ended, and the things (the often slightly nutty things) that people do in the aftermath.
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Besties (44:06)
From: Israel Story

How Moshe Dayan’s wife and Yasser Arafat’s mother-in-law became bosom buddies, and other tales of unlikely friendships.
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Sacred Plants (54:33)
From: Israel Story

How we change nature and nature changes us, from wildflower picking in Israel to ayahuasca retreats in Peru.
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Now Boarding (50:29)
From: Israel Story

For the year’s heaviest week of travel, Israel Story brings tales of love and interrogation at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport
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Man, I Feel Like a Woman (40:52)
From: Israel Story

What do you do when you realize that in order to be true to yourself, you have to shatter everything around you, including the lives of those you love most?
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Rabin Is.... (01:05:56)
From: Israel Story

Rabin is a symbol. An icon. But in Israel of 2015, twenty years after the Prime Minister's murder, it isn't so simple to understand what the really stands for anymore.