DENVER, April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In association with Holocaust Remembrance Day and the weeklong National Days of Remembrance, Radio Chavura is featuring an exclusive audio interview with Andrew Hollinger, director of communications at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The 20-minute audio may be heard online or downloaded for free at: www.HearItExtra.com. This month the Holocaust Museum (USHMM) is marking its 20 th Anniversary. Hollinger tells Radio Chavura about the mission of the Holocaust Museum, the progress the museum has made over the past two decades, and the many challenges still ahead. Also featured on the Radio Chavura audio are the voices of Holocaust survivors and members of the 2 nd and 3 rd Generations who have been interviewed on previous editions of the program. Radio Chavura is broadcast weekly on 990 KRKS AM in Denver at 6:30 pm (Mountain). The program celebrates the organizations and individuals who enrich the Jewish community through their dedication, hard work, and love of Judaism and Israel. Hosted by father-son duo Dean and Maxwell Rotbart, Radio Chavura features locally, nationally, and internationally prominent guests. Among those recently interviewed on the radio program are: Dr. Harold Kushner, Michael R. Milken, Caroline Glick, Brigitte Gabriel, Rabbi Paul Laderman, Philippe Karsenty, Herb Keinon, Dr. Joshua Jacobson, Alan "Shlomo" Veingrad, Julie Geller, Dr. Mordechai Kedar, and Mierle Laderman Ukeles. Radio Chavura places a special emphasis on supporting Jewish day schools and on Holocaust awareness and remembrance. The program, itself, is dedicated to the memory of Max Rotbart, a survivor of Auschwitz, who lost his parents, grandparents, and most of his extended family in the Shoah. Max passed away in 1982 at age 58. Those outside the greater- Denver area can receive the free weekly Radio Chavura e-mail Program Guide, which includes links to all current and previous editions of the show. To subscribe, register at: www.SubscribeChavura.com. Radio Chavura is an advertiser-supported, editorially independent broadcast.