Watch the video:

Browse the index:

Toggle Index/Transcript View Switch.
Creative Commons: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Hide the sidebar
0:17 - Introduction 0:39 - Thomas's Family Background, From Poland to Sweden

Keywords: Białystok, Poland; clothing shop; czar; Enhetsprisaktiebolaget; EPA; family; family business; farming; father; garment industry; grandparents; Jewish; job; Judaism; Malmö, Sweden; mother; parents; priest; profession; Rajgród, Poland; religion; Russia; Shabbat; Shabbos; shabes; synagogue; tsar

5:49 - Thomas Describes His Childhood Home in Malmö, Sweden

Keywords: brother; childhood; Djupadal, Sweden; family; father; gardener; German; home; house; language; Limhamn, Sweden; Malmö, Sweden; mother; parents; siblings; sister; suburb; Swedish language; travel; Yiddish language

8:29 - Early Experiences with Religion and Malmö's Jewish Community

Keywords: Chanukah; Christianity; Christmas; community; God; Hanukkah; Israel; Jewish community; Judaism; khanike; kosher; Malmö, Sweden; prayer; religion; Shabbat; Shabbos; shabes; Stockholm, Sweden; synagogue

13:29 - Thomas Remembers Growing Up with Jewish Books, Music, and Theater

Keywords: I.B. Singer; Isaac Bashevis Singer; Itskhok Bashevis Zinger; Jewish books; Jewish culture; Jewish music; Jewish theater; Jewish theatre; Judaism; Nobel Prize; Sweden; Swedish culture; Swedish language; Yiddish language; Yiddish literature

15:35 - Early Awareness of Yiddish as a Language

Keywords: grandparents; I.B. Singer; Isaac Bashevis Singer; Itskhok Bashevis Zinger; jokes; Yiddish books; Yiddish culture; Yiddish humor; Yiddish language; Yiddish literature

16:48 - Thomas's Involvement with Malmö's Jewish Youth Community

Keywords: bar mitzvah; bar-mitsve; Bnei Akiva; family; Jewish community; Jewish identity; Jewish values; kosher; Malmö, Sweden; parents; religion; Shabbat; Shabbos; shabes; spirituality; summer camp; tradition; youth camp; youth movement; youth organization

20:46 - Thomas Explains How Yiddish Became an Official Language in Sweden

Keywords: Ashkenazi; culture; Eastern European; ethnicity; Finnish; Finnish language; Hebrew language; indigenous culture; Jewish culture; Jewish identity; Jews; Judaism; Meänkieli; minority culture; minority language; Roma; Sámi; Sweden; Swedish culture; Swedish language; Tornedalsfinnar; Yiddish culture; Yiddish language

25:34 - Producing Yiddish Stories for Swedish Public Radio

Keywords: Chabad; Chabad-Lubavitch; children's radio; children's stories; English; French; Gothenburg, Sweden; Kadia Molodowsky; Kadya Molodowsky; Kadye Molodovski; Malmö, Sweden; minority language; Orthodox Jews; public radio; radio program; Roma; Shalom Aleichem; Sholem Aleichem; Sholem Aleykhem; Sholem Asch; Stockholm, Sweden; Sveriges Radio P1; Swedish public radio; translation; Yiddish culture; Yiddish language; Yiddish stories

30:58 - Transitioning From Swedish Radio Production to Yiddish-Language Programming

Keywords: Ana Margolin; Anna Margolin; community; interview; Jan Schwarz; Jewish; Lund University; program; radio; Rose Lebensbaum; Roze Lebensboym; Swedish public radio; translation; translator; Yiddish language; Yiddish poet; Yiddish poetry; Yiddish radio

35:13 - Reconnecting to Yiddish Ancestry through Radio

Keywords: ancestry; cultural heritage; family; generation; memory; program; public radio; radio program; Rajgród, Poland; Sweden; Swedish public radio; Yiddish culture; Yiddish literature; Yiddish music; Yiddish radio; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre

38:15 - Thomas's Thoughts on Yiddish Summer Programs and the Status of Yiddish in Sweden

Keywords: I.B. Singer; Isaac Bashevis Singer; Itskhok Bashevis Zinger; Jewish community; Malmö, Sweden; public service radio; revitalization; revival; Sweden; Swedish public radio; Vilna Summer Program; Vilna, Lithuania; Vilnius, Lithuania; Yiddish language; Yiddish summer program; Yiddish summer school

40:45 - What People Abroad Should Know About Malmö's Jewish Community, According to Thomas

Keywords: Europe; European Jews; Jewish community; Judaism; Malmö, Sweden; Orthodox Jews; schul; shul; stories; synagogue; Yiddish culture; Yiddish language

42:43 - Closing Remarks and Thomas's Yiddish Favorites

Keywords: Anna Margolin; Chava Alberstein; Hava Albershtain; Hava Alberstein; Rose Lebensbaum; Roze Lebensboym; Shalom Aleichem; Shalom Rabinovitz; Sholem Aleichem; Sholem Rabinovitsh; Yiddish language; Yiddish literature; Yiddish music; Yiddish song