Tuesday, April 28, 1998

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  • Mr. V

    As Israel celebrates its 50th anniversary, an Israeli theater company has brought the story of Mordechai Vanunu to this country. Reviled and imprisoned in Israel as a spy, Vanunu has become a cause celebre among human rights and disarmament activists for blowing the whistle on Israel’s nuclear program.

  • "Mr. V" — Interviews with Those Behind the Play

    You have been listening to an excerpt from "Mr. V: Searching for Mordechai Vanunu," the one-actor play written and directed by Ig’al Ezrati, starring the award-winning Israeli actor Jonathon Cherchi. It is staged by the Israeli company "The Local Theatre."

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