The veteran

The offspring of Holocaust survivors, Menachem Perry parlayed his childhood coping mechanism into a talent for observation and narration, impacting generations of Israelis.

Broadcaster Menachem Perry recently retired from the IBA, where he worked for 42 years on Kol Yisrael’s various radio stations. His radiophonic voice was synonymous with Reshet Gimmel’s music station from its inception – and he received the ACUM prize in 2003 for this.

In recent years, he broadcast most of the Rega Shel Ivrit spots.

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