‘Pear Divers’ examines the lives of four women who were well ahead of their times.
Billie Sparrow (real name Weronika Szymańska) has gained huge popularity online in Poland for her honest, authentic description of one girl's life in modern Poland. In this episode with Patrick Ney, Weronika takes us through her meteoric rise to internet fame and its impact on her life. In her first ever interview in English, Weronika talks about learning Polish, her passion for Polish sign-language and whether Polish girls (and Polish people) have a self-esteem problem.
A would-be armed robber got more than he bargained for when he entered a little corner shop in the northern village of Pinczyn where he was met by no-nonsense Pani Zosia.
For Łukasz Supergan, crossing Iceland once on foot was not enough – he wanted to do it in winter, too.
TFN’s Alex Webber goes behind the scenes of two of Warsaw’s primary donut joints to find out what all the fuss is about. Six hours and 60 donuts later, he began to understand.
Costing over 170 million euros and using more concrete than that used to build Warsaw’s Palace of Culture, Suntago Water World is a tropical paradise.
The classes are part of a proposal formulated by Marek Nazarko, the mayor of Michałowo, a small town to the east of Białystok, who believes a course in disco-polo could help attract artistic children to the school and unleash the creative energy of its students.
At the moment the only help the children get is from a shaman who identifies who "put a spell on the family.” The team will provide the children with hearing aids and education.
Run by the Arka Ecological Foundation, the Bike Helps initiative aims to give a chink of light to kids left bereaved by the war in the East.
A Thursday-published report by the Public Opinion Research Centre (CBOS) titled Psychological Wellbeing in 2019 shows that the majority of Poles were content with the way their lives were progressing throughout last year.