Name of Podcast: Mémoires vives
What topics are covered: This podcast talks about History, and more specifically The Shoah (The Holocaust).
Why is it good to listen to? The host uses informal language and speaks at a normal rhythm.
You can subscribe or listen to the podcast by finding “Mémoires vives” on iTunes, or through http://memoiresvives.net/.
How often are the podcasts updated? Every Sunday, a new podcast is aired.
Length of each podcast: Each episode is between 15 and 20 minutes long.
“Mémoires vives” is aired on RCJ, radio of the Jewish community in Paris. This podcast is produced by Rachel Rimmer and presented by Perrine Kervran. This program has been broadcast since 2007 by the Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah. The Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah supports projects in the areas of historical research, teaching, the transmission of memory, solidarity with the survivors of the Holocaust and Jewish culture. It provides ongoing support to the Shoah Memorial.
This podcast highlights the many initiatives related to the memory of the Holocaust through interviews with authors, filmmakers, actors, historians, translators. This podcast is interesting because it discusses The Holocaust as well as Jewish culture. On their website, they also publish articles related to events about Jewish culture: theatre plays, movies etc.
Summary: This podcast is interesting for people who want to learn more about The Holocaust and the affect that it has had.