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There is a short, 10-minute daf yomi shiur in Hebrew here : and I was wondering if there is anything comparable in English. I'm looking for a Daf Yomi shiur online that is significantly shorter than the normal 45-60 minutes.

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Daf Yomi Online by Eliyahu Fink. Around 20 minutes a Daf and yet clear and concise.This can be found on iTunes for free.

Here's the: Or you can just search for it on itunes. Or here : He also has a YouTube channel, which may be useful if you have connectivity issues with his website.

Each Daf is about 20 minutes, on average, but pretty understandable. Currently covers Berachot 2 - Yoma 17.

  • He no longer does the Shi'ur. It was good while it lasted. – Seth J Oct 1 '15 at 15:53
  • I'm currently using this, but i'm having trouble with it because he often has to go back and correct his understanding of passages. – Scimonster Nov 4 '15 at 12:59
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The shiurim of R' Moshe Meir Weiss are very concise. Many are 15-30 minutes, though some run quite a bit longer (depending on the complexity, I guess).

10 minutes sounds like a completely unreasonable (and incomprehensible) speed. It might be useful for review purposes, but that's about it.

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Master Daf is an unusually clear 20 minute daf yomi shiur in english, with every word read and translated, available on all of Shas. Maggid Shiur is a R`m in Slabodka Yeshiva of Bnai Brak.....available for purchase at RabbiKosman.com

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I know of nothing that short that covers the entire daf, and nothing that's audio. In case written sources help:

The following site does short summaries/excerpts every day (a couple hundred words, quick reads): http://dafyomi.livejournal.com/.

The Daf Yomi Advancement Forum publishes point-by-point summaries; see http://www.dafyomi.co.il/chulin/points/points.htm for the current masechta.

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There are shiurim called Chazarah Mp3. I don't know who the maggid shiur is, but he is pretty clear and speaks out almost all of the Rashis. His average is between 15-20 minutes a daf. The catch is that the shiurim cost, but they are only $5 a masechta.

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Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld does the 5-minute Daf Yomi podcast on Podbean and possibly other apps. it is usually under 7 minutes, He talks fast and covers the important points. He also tries to draw a relevant point out at the end,

  • Welcome to MiYodeya Jo and thanks for this first answer. If you know how to add a link, that is always welcome, I did it for you here in case that wasn't clear (you can see it if you edit your answer). Great to have you learn with us! – mbloch Oct 19 '18 at 11:45
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There is a daily 8-minute shiur given by Rabbi Eli Stefansky. It is broadcast live on Youtube, and accessible on his channel.

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    But it looks like they usually run more than 40 minutes? Am I missing where the 8 minute ones are (or are they live and not saved)? – Mordechai 2 days ago
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    @Mordechai From the provided link I see what you mean. He probably means this channel which seems to be fairly new. – Oliver 2 days ago
  • @Oliver - Thank you. I'll edit the post to change the link... – chortkov2 2 days ago
  • @chortkov2 You’re welcome. While you’re at it you might consider rephrasing to “...review/overview shiur”; it’s not a Daf Yomi shiur in the typical sense having the daf read. – Oliver 2 days ago
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There is a review of a couple English shiurim listed here including average length, audio quality, format, etc. Some are listed as "fast".

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