From legal texts to muffins: the story behind one of Warsaw leading cooking schools for kids.
A chance encounter on the remote Faroe Islands leads to a meeting with a remarkable Polish woman.
Following Olga Tokarczuk’s recent Nobel Prize success, Sergiusz takes a look at two of Poland’s other phenomenal female writers.
Poles, like every nation from the northern part of the continent, love the sun and tropics. But not everyone on vacation likes to lie lazily under palm trees. Dominik Skurzak, National Geographic photographer, has opened a tourist office, thanks to which travellers are changing the world for the better, actively helping local communities.
Sergiusz recalls the time when, against the odds, violinst Patrycja Piekutowska came up with the perfect solution for saving Poland’s largest children’s hospital.
She’s beautiful, intelligent, witty and Polish. She has everything you want, except one thing - her dreaded mother. This week, Sergiusz gives some top tips on how to win over the future mum-in-law.
Sergiusz takes a look at the phenomena of the Polish handyman.