In this episode of The Debrief, we take a look at language apprehension in older students.
Experienced explorers Mateusz Waligóra and Łukasz Supergan will be walking the 600km distance from the west to the east of the world’s largest island on skis, with a plan to complete the arduous journey in just one month.
After being exiled by Tsar Alexander III to Sakhalin Island in the far east, Bronisław Piłsudski soon learned the language of one of the most mysterious peoples in the world and set about documenting the life and culture of the island's people.
Polish customs officers discovered one of the world’s largest jumping spiders and other insects in parcel sent from the UK that officially contained boxes of spices.
Thirty years after making its debut on the Polish market, TFN’s Alex Webber looks back at the rise of the fast food giant and says that for many it was a keynote moment in Poland’s economic and social transition.
Featuring fountains, greenery, information boards and outbreaks of modern art, the initiative has been hailed by Poznań mayor Jacek Jaśkowiak as a project for the masses, saying: “I am glad that we have managed to revitalize the square while respecting the historic character of this space,”
Community cop Fabian Walotek had been on duty when he spotted smoke pouring from a 10th floor apartment block in Sosnowiec, southwest Poland. Hammering on the front door and failing to get an answer he then heard a faint ‘moaning’ sound.
Scientists carrying out research into the once-a-decade International Stork Census found that in the last 10 years there has been a staggering 35.5 percent drop in stork numbers in southwest Poland.
I cannot overstate the almost child-like happiness that you feel once you’ve settled into your bubble. Extraordinary in every respect, you find yourself on a high just taking it all in.
Katarzyna Emiljanowicz was left dumbfounded when the yellowing card showing views of Prague and addressed to someone called Ligia Kuśmierek popped into her letter box.