Related Program: The Record How Jewish Composers Created Iconic Christmas Music By Steve Scher • Dec 23, 2013 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Irving Berlin was a Jewish composer who created one of the most popular songs of all time: "White Christmas." Wikimedia Commons Listen Listening... / 10:00 Steve Scher talks with Amanda Wilde, host and producer of KUOW's The Swing Years, about how immigrant Jewish popular music composers shaped America’s perceptions of Christmas through music. Tags: arts & lifemusichistoryTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content The Sad Story Behind ‘White Christmas,’ America’s Favorite Christmas Carol By Katy Sewall • Dec 22, 2015 Wikimedia Commons Listen Listening... / 6:33 The most popular Christmas carol in America stands apart from the others in a number of ways. The Three Interfaith Amigos On Light By Marcie Sillman & Amina Al-Sadi • Dec 20, 2013 Flickr Photo/University of Denver Listen Listening... / 7:13 Marcie Sillman discusses holidays and light with the Three Interfaith Amigos: Pastor Don Mackenzie, Rabbi Ted Falcon and Imam Jamal Rahman. Move Over Choo Choo Trains, Seattle Kids Like Ferries By Steve Scher • Dec 23, 2013 From Top Ten Toys' Facebook page. Listen Listening... / 4:51 Steve Scher visits Top Ten Toys in Greenwood to talk with owner Allen Rickert, who says this is a good year for ferry toys and Seattle-themed coloring books. The Stores Are Watching You By Hannah Burn • Dec 23, 2013 Flickr Photo/Fujin Listen Listening... / 5:26 Jeannie Yandel talks with freelance journalist Max Strasser about the many ways in which retailers are collecting data on your habits.