Culture Shock – Poland
Written by english on 13 janvier 2020
Culture Shock is a new series that we have launched on Euradio. Each week we take one European country and put it under the spotlight, looking at its musical and cultural outputs. Each day there are two instalments of the show; one looking at music, and the other at culture. For our very first edition of 2020, we headed east and arrived in Poland!
For our first edition, Bella tries her best to tell you all of Poland’s history in under five minutes!
Katherine takes us on a history lesson about Polish music and how Chopin wrote his famous Nocturnes.
If you’re trying out veganism for the new year, it’s probably best to steer clear of Polish cuisine…
Poland has always been a bit of a trailblazer in Eastern Europe when it comes to modern music.
Cześć! Mówisz po polsku? Get your first Polish language lesson here with Bella!
Katherine tells us about the less than easy life of unsung Polish jazz hero Eddie Rosner.
Hear all about the rather eccentric character that was Polish artist Stanisław Szukalski.
Calling all fans of heavy metal music! Poland has it in abundance…
Each country has their own strange and unique traditions. Bella tells us all about the weird stuff the Poles get up to in their spare time!
Who would have thought that Poland was one of the founding countries of electronic music? Listen below to hear all about the recording studio that started it all.
What a journey we’ve had through Poland together! Join us again next week as we pop over to Ireland for a quick pint of Guinness and too much history to squeeze into a 3-minute podcast!