The LandMinds show at Israel National Radio (Arutz-7) has two interviews this week that may interest readers. Each interview is 48 minutes and may be downloaded in mp3 format.
James Monson describes his years living in Israel and the creation of maps for students of Bible.
Monson was one of the creators of the long-lived Student Map Manual, and for the past decade he has been creating resources for Biblical Backgrounds, Inc. His influence on students of historical geography can hardly be overstated.
Gabriel Barkay discusses his work over the past decade sifting the material illegally removed from the Temple Mount. He also answers questions on a variety of archaeological subjects.
I don’t have time to listen to these interviews in full before posting this notice, but I expect that both interviews are fascinating and worth the time.
Readers may be interested in following the LandMinds show regularly:
LandMinds broadcasts live on www.israelnationalradio.com every Wednesday evening from 5-7pm Israel time, 10-12 EST, 3-5pm in the UK, and rebroadcast during the week. You can also listen live with your iPhone!
HT: Yehuda Group
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The interview with Dr. Barkay was indeed excellent, as expected. In addition to a wide range of issues, he mentioned the importance of the only-known intact LMLK jar at The Living Torah Museum in Brooklyn, & listed the top 5 sites to see in Israel if your tourist-time is limited to only a few days:
1) City of David