What to look for when buying an Esrog? What’s the minimum to be Yotzei and what’s a Hiddur? What’s the difference between the different types of Esrogim? What does the Hechsher on the Esrog box mean? and much more…
What to be careful about when making a Sukkah? What mats are Kosher for Schach? What to do if your mat rolled up on Yom Tov? Can you go on a trip to a place that doesn’t have a Sukkah? Is someone who’s sleeping obligated in the Mitzvah of Sukkah? and much more…
The 8 Kashrus questions you must ask the mashgiach before booking a hotel for Pesach, Does it take away from our childrens Pesach experience or is it a necessary break?, Is it over excessive Gashmius or Ruchniusdike inspiration, what can go wrong, and much more…
Fascinating discussions on – Showers on yom tov with cold water, hot water; should we be davening this year in shul even with a mask; wearing gloves by lulav; pop up sukkos; meal of meat outside sukkah; shaming people without masks; and much more…
How should we translate the word “Simcha”? Why is Simcha so central to Jewish Torah life? What is special about the Simcha of Sukkos? How does Simcha become an ethical imperative? and much more…
Showering on Y”T, Sleeping in the Sukkah, How much to spend on Arba Minim, Using Plastic Ties for Schach, Sitting in Sukkah on Shmini Atzeres and much more…
Aliya L’Har Habayis, and Aliya Liregel B’zman Hazeh
Halachic Applications of Amazon Echo and Similar New Technologies
How to Raise our Children to be Talmidei Chachomim
Rerun from previous shows about appliances on Shabbos and Yom Tov
Refrigerators and Ovens on Shabbos
Can a pregnant woman who contracted the Zika virus abort?
Tzedakos that give promises for people who donate.
Grama switch on Yom Tov, is it permissible?
May one switch a shachan in middle of a shidduch? Which one does he have to pay?
Is it permitted for a man to wear a watch?
Is the murex the correct tcheilis? Should one wear it Msafeak?
Can a woman recite Kaddish from the ezras Nashim?
The status of DNA in Halachah.
Chizuk to children who have been molested.
Reporting Abuse to Authorities and Ayin Hara Using the Yom Tov Oven