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Does anyone know of good shiurim and preferably ongoing series of good audio shiurim on halacha that are available online?

I'm preferably looking for something:

  • Practice-level.
  • Relevant to everyday life (i.e. Hilchos Shabbos as opposed to Hilchos Eidus).
  • By someone who is qualified. (Can be subjective, I know.)
  • Archived is fine, but even better would be ongoing. Even better is if it has an rss feed.

Please indicate in your answer how your recommendation fits with these criteria, and why you recommend it, in particular.

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http://www.yutorah.org/ has halacha shiurim on a huge range of topics, both in depth and very practical. Just click on the "halacha" tab. Highly recommended.

Also http://www.kolhaloshon.com/, from the more yeshivish side of things, with lots of shiurim from R' Osher Arieli and other Ram"im in the MIr Yeshiva.

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And they have RSS feeds! –  Eliyahu Feb 21 at 18:33
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www.dailyhalacha.com by Rabbi Monsour is my favorite. It is relevant to everyday life. It is delivered by Rabbi Monsour who is truly qualified. It is available daily and also has archives of previous days.

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R. Aryeh Lebowitz on Yutorah has hundreds of excellent (and usually short) halacha shiurim. See them here.

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Rabbi Nissan Kaplan has some excellent mishna berura shiurim on hilchos shabbos here

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I believe mishnaberurahyomi.org also has recorded shiurim available in their Archive section. –  Lee Feb 23 at 21:15
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Rav Shlomo Pearl is very good. He is very relevant and brings many sources and most of his shiurim consist of actual questions asked of him.I believe he is very well versed in Hilchos Shabbas and he focuses alot on it,but he talks about all relevant topics,shabbas ,davening,Yom tov,shidduchim,yichud...


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How does he match up to the requirements listed in the question? –  Isaac Moses Feb 21 at 19:58
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