Yiddish Radio Project #10: 'Reunion'

In 1947, a radio program called Reunion debuted on radio station WOR in New York City. The show was designed to reunite Holocaust survivors on air. Today, independent producer David Isay brings us the story of the program's first guest, Seigbert Frieberg. This is the final installment of the 10-part Yiddish Public Radio series about radio stations and programs that once served the Yiddish-speaking community in New York.



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