In this episode, host John Beauchamp is joined in the studio by Tomasz Snażyk, CEO of the Startup Poland Foundation.
At the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in early 2022, one of the first cities the Russian army advanced on was Chernihiv, some 150km north of the country’s capital Kyiv.
Figures show a comeback of amateur – or ham radio – especially during the Pandemic and now during the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. So how can amateur radio be useful when we have everything we need to communicate in the palm of our hands?
The Museum of Warsaw is taking a look at the rebuilding of the Polish capital after World War II. After the city was decimated by the German occupiers, all that was left was rubble and a population of under 20,000, down from 1.3 million before the war.
Would you believe that Poland is one of the pioneering countries of electronic music?
How do we know what the past sounded like, even though there wasn’t any recording equipment or other such audio gadgetry back in the 19th century and beyond?
It’s been a year since Russia invaded Ukraine, driving millions from their homes and plunging the country into war.
A group of eleven young Ukrainian women have launched an art zine in Warsaw called ‘3ina’, which brings together works from across Ukraine and beyond in a magazine whose sales will support the Ukrainian cause.
Wisława Szymborska, a Polish poet who was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1996, would have been celebrating her 100th birthday in 2023.
In this episode of The Debrief, we hear about plans to make a film based on the life of the Midwife of Auschwitz, Stanisława Leszczyńska.