The Shema, or The Sh'ma, as some people spell it is the highest utterance to the Jews. Shema is a Hebrew word which simplistically can be translated as "Hear". So, in English, it's "The Hear". Due to it's status as the highest utterance, and the association to The Greatest Commandment, it could be referred to as "The Great Hear".
In this message, the topic of hearing, and harkening properly to the voice of God is covered. It mentions that there are more components, and senses to the Biblical term "Hear", than just, the vibrations going into the ear canal. For example, the definition also includes the idea of eagerly hearing and listening. It is an active hearer. One that intends to compy and obey. It discusses the issue of being a hearer and a doer. I covers the topic of having ears, and yet not hearing. And many such topics.