It’s day three of the coronavirus diary, and we hear from a doctor here in Warsaw about the pandemic.
In today’s Debrief, I hand over the mic to you and we manage to hear from two people trying to come to terms with the coronavirus reality in Poland.
Archaeologists have uncovered a stone chest from 3,500 years ago in rubble above the Egyptian site of Deir el-Bahari.
In the darkest recesses of Hitler’s hellish concentration camp system, four young Polish Girl Guides were desperate for the world to know about the barbaric experiments that were being carried out on them.
We go on the trail of a number of important Uprising documents found in a Warsaw rubbish skip…
We all like a bit of Chopin, and to coincide with his 210th birthday we take a look at his heart.
A Warsaw-based cyclist has just completed a 400-kilometre journey in four days through the wilds of Siberia despite temperatures as low as -60°C.
Bloodstains splattered across the stairwell of an old Warsaw apartment block could belong to insurgents fighting against Hitler’s forces during the Warsaw Uprising.
Miracle surgeon Adam Maciejewski has been awarded the prestigious Godina fellowship for his ground-breaking multi-organ transplants.
A new documentary film reveals how Japanese students are embracing Polish studies.