Interviews wydanie 20.05.2022 – 27.05.2022
Packaging in the communist Poland
Corks were popping out of bottles, fish cans were greasy. But the world marvelled at our record covers, boxes of chocolates, labels....
Interviews wydanie 13.05.2022 – 20.05.2022
100,000 of them arrive here. Even half a million might fly away.
They are masters at utilizing energy, but also masters of fasting. They can go without food for as long as four weeks.
Interviews wydanie 6.05.2022 – 13.05.2022
Do not believe in empty shelves in Russian shops
Russians' support for Vladimir Putin is as broad as it is shallow. It is not enduring and can spectacularly crumble.
Interviews wydanie 29.04.2022 – 6.05.2022
There will be no second Yalta. The west won’t abandon Ukraine
Irena Lasota: More than 30 years have passed since the end of the PRL [Polish People’s Republic] and the habit of polemicizing still hasn’t developed in Poland.
Interviews wydanie 8.04.2022 – 15.04.2022
Hungarians see no alternative to Orbán
Maciej Szymanowski: The acrimonious exchange between the presidents of Hungary and Ukraine was unnecessary.
Interviews wydanie 8.04.2022 – 15.04.2022
Galician cuisine unites Ukrainians and Poles
Local salt, honey, rosehip jam... The main difference: Poles favour sour flavours, Ukrainians sweet ones.
Interviews wydanie 8.04.2022 – 15.04.2022
The devilish face of war
Archbishop Gądecki: The aggression against Ukraine took place 100 years after the establishment of the godless Soviet empire.
Interviews wydanie 1.04.2022 – 8.04.2022
Trzcinica developed at the same time as Troy and Mycenae
As early as the Bronze Age, the inhabitants maintained trade contacts with areas bordering the Mediterranean.
Interviews wydanie 25.03.2022 – 1.04.2022
Putin treats him like a son
Wojciech Górecki: Currently Chechnya is more independent from Moscow than during the times of pro-sovereignty leaders.
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