What if you could radically speed up the amount of time it takes to learn online? What it would mean to you to be able to accelerate your child's education using AI and machine learning?
Karol Paciorek dropped his studies to start Youtubing back in the wild days of 2010 and has gone on to dominate the Polish Youtube having produced over 2000 videos in the past 10 years. His 90 interviews with famous artists and people also include interviews with potential candidates for Polish presidents.
Poland hasn't WON the war on Coronavirus - but it's pulling out all the digital stops to keep citizens in Poland learning, earning and avoiding fake news rumours. In this online episode of Heart of Poland our host Patrick Ney talks to Justyna Orlowska, the Polish Prime Minister's High Representative for Government Technology.
Bilguun Ariunbataar exploded on to Polish television and quickly charmed the Polish nation. He gave up a career in medicine to focus on his TV work and his goofy, quirky comedy sketches on the Szymon Majewski show led him to national popularity.Bilguun talks remarkably honest about his remarkable journey on to Polish television, the pressures of being and becoming famous, and his advice for future television stars.
Heart of Poland is 1 year old today! Discover the top 10 episodes according to our host @Patrick Ney.
Could you do it? Meet Alan Parsons from @RunWislaw who together with his buddy Andy decided to be the first people ever to run all 1000+ kilometres (600 miles) of the Vistula River... in less than a month. And in traditional form, Alan asked our host PatrickNey to go for a run on one of the hottest days of the year. How did Patrick manage?
White collar boxing is a global phenomenon but completely unknown in Poland, until now. Julian Szumowski from Biznes Boxing Polska has raised almost a million złoty for charitable causes bringing businesspeople, politicians and even a priest into the boxing ring - to fight each other. Here the remarkable story in the latest #HeartofPoland.Watch Julian spring a nice surprise on our host Patrick Ney at the end. Did Patrick survive?!
Michael Moran is an Australian author and adventurer who landed in Poland in 1992. His book, 'A Country In the Moon' brilliantly captures Poland's painful transition from communism to capitalism. It's also the story of his love affair with a composer, Chopin, and a people, the Poles, that in turns both infuriate and inspire him. Discover the story of a remarkable man and a remarkable life.
Poles are crazy for Italian food and culture! Poland and Italy have centuries of shared culture and history. They even reference each other in their national anthems. Italian chef Cristina Catese has lived in Poland since 2001. She learnt the secrets of classic Italian food from her Grandmother. Today, she passes those classic dishes on to Poles through her work as a TV presenter and chef for the akademia kulinarna whirlpool. Find out • Where you can get the best Italian food in Poland• How an Italian person manages a Polish winter • What Poles are missing about Italian food Liked this episode? Share it on and watch the other HeartofPoland episodes with fascinating people leading fascinating lives.
Sabina Golanowska who goes by the stage name of Sabina SAGO has one of the most distinctive voices on the Polish music scene and is often compared to Whitney Houston or Tina Turner. In this episode we learn about her journey from a small Polish town on to ballet school and then her breakthrough appearance on the 'Voice of Poland' show and the music and artists that inspire her.