In this episode you will hear:
• A ticking piece of Poland with a charity twist
Robin Devine makes beautiful watches which she donates as gifts to hundreds of veterans, at the same time providing significant support for many charities (over 22 years around half a million dollars have been donated to numerous charitable causes). Now on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence, she created an exquisite Polish Eagle Watch to celebrate this special occasion.
• It starts with a bang – Scotland and Poland
Wanda Koscia talks to Neal Ascherson, a renowned Scottish author and journalist, with books and articles on a wide range of topics: including the Congo, the Spanish Civil War, archaeology, Scotland and more, an expert on Poland, who recently published his first novel “The Death of the Fronsac”.
• EKRAN – 10 years of Polish film in Toronto
The 10th EKRAN Toronto Polish Festival is starting very soon, on November 5. Nine years is a long time – lots of films, guests, screenings, events. It’s a perfect moment to look back.
• Great Poles – Henryk Sienkiewicz
• Smacznego! Eating Polish – halusky