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2022-05-20T06:21:45.353Z

The historian, author and radio personality Dr. Yitzhak Noy, presenter of the mythological program "World Shabbat", has passed away. Noy, who turned eighty three weeks ago, died of cancer



The historian and radio man Yitzhak Noy passed away at the age of 80

Noy, presenter of the mythological program "World Shabbat", passed away after a battle with cancer.

The Public Broadcasting Corporation: "We appreciate Noy's work and contribution to public broadcasting in Israel, of which he has been a part for decades."

Herzog: "My generation and I grew up on his broadcasts, his voice will be remembered in our hearts"

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20/05/2022

Friday, 20 May 2022, 08:56 Updated: 09:17

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The historian, writer and radio man Dr. Yitzhak Noy, presenter of the mythological program "World Shabbat", passed away at the age of 80, after a battle with cancer - it was learned today (Friday). He was buried yesterday in Moshav Netaim, where he was born



. "We share the grief of his family and cherish Noy's work and contribution to public broadcasting in Israel, of which he has been a part for decades," it was reported



.



"I and many of my generation grew up on his broadcasts and his love of radio caught up with us.

For decades, we were privileged to become acquainted with his rich world and his extensive knowledge in a variety of fields.

His deep radio voice will be remembered in our hearts.

My condolences to his family, "Herzog wrote.

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Yitzhak Noy (Photo: Yachz)

Yitzhak Noy was born in Moshav Netaim in the Shefela, six years before the establishment of the state.

He is a graduate of the Hebrew University and Brandeis University in Massachusetts, where he received a doctorate in history.



He began his work at Kol Yisrael in 1965 as a news announcer.

He wrote youth books and radio stories, starred in series of plays and presented the program "For Mother and Child" on the A network.

In the late 1970s he dubbed the series "There Was Was - The Man".



Noy served as a senior editor on the radio, and for many years he presented on Network A a weekly program in which he covered press clippings.

He then switched to Network B and broadcast, among other things, the foreign diary - "International Hour".

At the same time, he presented programs on events in history - in Israel and around the world, programs for newspaper reviews, the most popular of which was "World Shabbat", which he presented until a few weeks ago.

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