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Unorthodox

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Unorthodox is the universe’s leading Jewish podcast, hosted by Stephanie Butnick, Liel Leibovitz, and Joshua Malina. Each week we bring you News of the Jews, interesting guests—one Jewish and one gentile—and so much more.
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Welcome to the Unorthodox Humans Podcast, an inclusive space where we dive into the complexities of faith, spirituality, personal growth and change. Whether you're in the process of reconstructing or deconstructing, our podcast is here to be with you on your journey. We aim to rediscover the pure, transformative power of a spiritually manifested life. We invite you to join us as we explore how to think differently, challenge the status quo and forge a path centered in authenticity and simpli ...
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Unorthodox Film Podcast

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Welcome to the Unorthodox Film Podcast. Join hosts Bradford Clark and Joseph S. Quick as we discuss movies from varying genres, topics, or subject matter and make recommendations of movies that we enjoy in hopes that we introduce our listeners to movies that they haven’t seen or heard of. With our guests we discuss movies that we have seen before and engage in conversation based on our memory and recollection of our enjoyment of those titles. At the end of each episode, we roll a dice and se ...
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"The Unorthodox" is a podcast that challenges the status quo and encourages listeners to think outside the box. Hosted by lawyer and creative Ssekabira from Uganda, this show delves into a variety of topics, from business, legal and social issues, to personal growth and creative expression. Ssekabira believes that while reading is an important and valuable skill, it is through conversation that we truly learn, connect and exchange ideas. Tune in for engaging conversations, fresh insights, an ...
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Welcome to the Unorthodox Theories podcast, where we discuss current topics, our own theories and more. Come and check us out. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jesse-townsend/support
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The show discusses the age of self-censorship and how it affects our careers as clinicians, specifically clinicians that work with vulnerable populations. It will tie in free speech, current controversies and ‘touchy subjects’ within the practice of Applied Behavior Analysis, and the pursuit of truth as an outspoken practitioner.
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What happens when conventional methods lead to plateaued results? Leadership gets frustrated, people lose their jobs, investors lose faith, and morale takes a nosedive. What if you took the road less traveled in your industry… and found your success? Unorthodox: The New Road to Success is a status quo-shift with people at the center of unconventional approaches to business, education, leadership, and life. Host Ben Chaib shares insights and industry interviews from high-performing, innovativ ...
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Deon Hunt (Actor) takes some time to talk to us about his experience as an actor in the industry. Sharing with us the self investments that he has made to keep himself motivated and working. Deon's IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm6800918/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 Join the conversation with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube. Like and Subscribe if you …
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On this episode, I borrowed a few sound clips from The Acolyte TV series, to reimagine it from a faith perspective. I've been reading Kenneth E Haggin's book on Spiritual Growth, and I couldn't help but notice the similarities between the Childhood stage in the spiritual journey and the Acolyte TV show. I mean Osha is not a Jedi yet thus she's grow…
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As the war moves into its ninth month, having non-Jewish allies is more important than ever to many of us. Tablet Magazine’s own Religious Affairs Correspondent Maggie MacFarland Philips leads a conversation with Luke Moon, Executive Director of the Philos Project and Father Steve Grunow, CEO and Executive Producer of Word on Fire Catholic Ministri…
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Welcome back to Unorthodox Film Podcast! This week guest Deon Hunt joins us to help recommend movies with some of the most memorable villains. Join the conversation with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube. Like and Subscribe if you had fun with us! We would love your feedback, please rate us wherever applicable and help us reach 5 stars! New ep…
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With the 4th of July comes the official BBQ season, so this week we’re bringing you some musicians who can help with your summer soundtrack. We have Shlomo Gaisin and Zachariah Goldschmiedt of the band Zusha, who combine Hasidic vibes with secular styles. We also go to Nashville to talk to the only Jewish-Israeli country music artist there, Omer Ne…
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This week on the show, we’re throwing our duffel bags into El Al’s overhead bins. Journalist and author A.J. Jacobs returns to the show (for the sixth time!) to discuss his newest book, The Year of Living Constitutionally: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Constitution’s Original Meaning. If you want to catch up on A.J.’s previous stints as Jew …
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This week on #SetLife, Director of Photography Cody McAvey joins us in discussing being influenced by film at an early age, and the impact it had on his journey to being a filmmaker. Cody offers some advice to anyone who asks the question, "How do I get started?". Also, movies, are they the greatest film school out there? Join the conversation with…
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This week on the show, we know what you should add to the queue. Stephanie, Liel, and Joshua have come with their recommendations for the best TV, films, and books for a hot, hot summer. Chelsea Film Festival founder Ingrid Jean-Baptiste joins the show to discuss the festival’s global mission and her Martinique Jewish heritage. Maya Lasker-Wallfisc…
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On this week's episode Bradford and Joseph are joined by Cody McAvey, the Director of Photography for the currently in-production indie horror feature "The Evil 1%", to discuss and recommend Chamber Piece movies. Chamber Pieces are stories told in minimal, usually a single, locations trapping the characters within a confined or limited space. Join …
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This week on the show, we’re marking Father’s Day and Shavuot with reflections on fatherhood, loss, and collective Jewish responsibility. Director Adam Nimoy shares stories from his memoir, The Most Human: Reconciling with My Father, Leonard Nimoy. He details what it was like to be the son of Spock, as well as how he and his father reconnected befo…
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This week on #SetLife Bradford and Joseph are joined by Gianluca Petrazzi to discuss his journey from child actor in Italy to his current work in Grip and Electric for films and commercials. UFPod website: https://ufpodcast.podbean.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unorthodoxfilmpod Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6sYqdJXvAoFY527KHKhoo…
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This week on the show, we’re examining the most Beautifully Jewish object of all time: the Torah. In celebration of Shavuot, Beautifully Jewish hosts Stephanie Butnick and Tanya Singer explore creative, unexpected ways of connecting with the Torah. Israeli journalist Sivan Rahav-Meir, host of the Tablet podcast Sivan Says: Taking the Torah Personal…
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On this week's episode Bradford and Joseph are joined by Gianluca Petrazzi, a Grip and G&E Specialist, to recommend movies that deal with the future! What are your recommendations for movies about the future? UFPod website: https://ufpodcast.podbean.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unorthodoxfilmpod Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6sY…
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Unorthodox is off this week, but today we’re sharing an episode of the Tablet podcast Sivan Says: Taking the Torah Personally, featuring Sivan Rahav-Meir and our own Liel Leibovitz. Parshat Bechukotai’s got a lot of blessings, and a lot of curses. Follow God’s commandments, you’re in the clear. Don’t follow them, some gnarly stuff can happen. Perse…
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In this episode, I talk about how I'm applying the lean startup methodology of validated learning in my podcast; that plus how it's helping discover my own blue ocean.For any entrepreneur out there, I'd recommend these audio booksThe Lean Startup Audiobook via: https://youtu.be/NhWWvxyQlgc?si=y9GugYqSiw1gJc85Blue Ocean Strategy audiobook via: https…
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This week on #SetLife 1st Assistant Camera Jake Cypert discusses his journey into the film industry and how it lead him to the camera department. Jake's IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm10261034/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0_tt_5_nm_3_q_jake%2520cypert UFPod website: https://ufpodcast.podbean.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unorthodoxfilmpod Spotify:…
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This week on the show, we’re catching a wave. Producers Courtney Hazlett and Elie Bleier head to Tel Aviv to learn about the history of Israeli surfing from surfer Arthur Rashkovan. Accompanying Tablet’s just-published reflections from Jewish college students about a semester like no other, producer Josh Kross heads to the University of Chicago to …
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On this week's episode we recommending Coming of Age films with Jake Cypert, 1st Assistant Camera ("Sunlight", "The Proof is Out There", "All the Shine"). Jake's IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm10261034/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0_tt_5_nm_3_q_jake%2520cypert UFPod website: https://ufpodcast.podbean.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unorthodoxfilmpod…
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This week on the show, we’re Eden Golan’s biggest fans. TikTok phenom and cookbook author Eitan Bernath tells us about the Jewish foods featured in his new series, “Eitan Explores: Mexico City.” Rabbi Shai Held of the Hadar Institute and the Answers WithHeld podcast delves into his new book, Judaism Is About Love. And Orthodox clothing designer Riv…
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This week on #SetLife, Producer and Director of Photography, Dylan Sides of Controlled Chaos ("Revenge of the Mask" short film series, "A Family Divided", "Cain and Abel") joins us to discuss producing and developing independent films. Dylan's IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3655028/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0_tt_2_nm_6_q_dylan%2520sides UFPod website: ht…
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This week on the show, we’re opening a dialogue. Jewish actor Noa Tishby and Gentile sports commentator Emmanuel Acho share what they learned from each other while co-writing their new book, Uncomfortable Conversations with a Jew. Actor Michael Rapaport and Dr. Aliza Erber talk about their involvement in the Sharing Memories project, an effort by I…
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This week on UFPod we will our joined by Producer & Director of Photography, Dylan Sides ("Revenge of the Mask" short film series, "A Family Divided", "Cain and Abel". Dylan will be helping us recommend Sci-Fi Comedy movies to watch! Dylan's IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3655028/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0_tt_2_nm_6_q_dylan%2520sides UFPod website: http…
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This week on the show, we’re diving into the newest must-watch Israeli television series, thanks to our friends at ChaiFlicks, the Jewish streaming service. Israeli filmmaker Rama Burshtein-Shai discusses her new drama, Fire Dance, a tale of passion, fulfillment, and faith set in an ultra-Orthodox community near the Sea of Galilee. Unorthodox liste…
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This week on the show, we’re reporting from Columbia University, where in recent days anti-Israel protesters have set up an encampment and occupied an administrative building. You can read Tablet’s long-running coverage of the escalating situation on American college campuses here, and Liel’s 2019 article “Get Out” here. Liel and Tablet editor-in-c…
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