Rough Translation

Hotel Corona

34:26 | May 13th

8 recommendations

One hundred and eighty recovering COVID-19 patients. One Jerusalem hotel. Secular, religious, Arabs, Jews, old, young. Their phones are out, they're recording. And the rest of Israel is... tuning in.


Recommendations

epekilis recommended:Sep 18th

I thought this episode was:

🌅 A beautiful story
😢 Moving
😊 Delightful

lizwolfie recommended:Jul 9th

I thought this episode was:

🌅 A beautiful story
😢 Moving

rmmiller364 recommended:May 21st

It’s funny how this episode made me actually jealous of people with coronavirus living in this hotel together. It sound away more fun and comforting than my experience has been

danny recommended:May 21st

❤️ It's not always the easy choice, but if you break out of our cacoons, you might have a lot of fun meeting new and different people.

I thought this episode was:

😂 Funny
💯 A must listen

serena recommended:May 19th

Such a great example of podcast storytelling. Inspiring and hopeful too.

serenaSep 4th

@shreyaisms

mm recommended:May 18th

What happens when you put Arabs, Jews, old and young people who all have the Coronavirus together in a hotel? Something beautiful happens. The default human condition of getting along trumps all the societal rules and norms.

I thought this episode was:

🌅 A beautiful story
😢 Moving
😊 Delightful

olivierMay 21st

@mm this episode was the best coronavirus podcast I listened to these past two months. It would make an amazing TV show

mmMay 21st

@olivier A TV show where everyone gets along? Blasphemy! We humans only like drama. Cue Tiger King.

fiercefab recommended:May 17th

An insight from toward the end of this great episode: reality TV producers actually have a hard time making juicy television because people are “annoyingly good at getting along.” (Someone who worked for The Bachelorette Canada told me a version of this once.) Thing is peace, laughter and camarade...Show More

mmMay 21st

@fiercefab That’s probably why Tiger King was a reality TV goldmine. You didn’t even need to try and there was more outrageous drama than any writer can think up.

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