Wrocław’s Festival Agaist Exclusions culminated in a parade which brought supporters of equality together. Wiktor Kostrzewski spoke to Emily Prudencia, who had the opportunity to witness both Wrocław’s and Amsterdam’s Pride Parades. The conclusions are breathtaking (hint: they involve boats).
What do Melbourne, Wrocław and Nosferatu have in common? Just before Hallowe’en, it turns out that these three can actually combine to provide a scary scenario. Wiktor Kostrzewski sits down for a chat with Paweł Trzciński.
Looks like Twitter has finally become useful for anybody willing to learn English online. The rules of Artwiculate, a Twitter-based word game, are really simple. Wiktor Kostrzewski has played it and is ready to explain.
Katowice is not a city you would want to visit everyday. Every year, however, an unmissable event takes place there. Wiktor Kostrzewski
gives you the info you need on Rawa Blues Festival.
In the midst of all the cultural stuff happening in Wroclaw, we completely forgot about this amazing celebration of beer. Wiktor Kostrzewski gives you the latest – dates, prices, and a recommendation you can’t refuse.
Reports of a successful HIV vaccine have made many people optimistic -perhaps too optimistic. Wiktor Kostrzewski looks at the research results and comments on the future of HIV battle.
Living in Wrocław can be difficult for cyclists, and doubly difficult if cycling is what you do for a living. Wiktor Kostrzewski talks to Maciej Tucholski – one of Wrocław Bike Messengers – about cars, bikes, drivers and cyclists – at home and abroad.
The Cross-Culture Festival in Warsaw has its fifth edition this year, featuring musicians from all around the world. In an interview with Wiktor Kostrzewski, Marek Garztecki – its artistic director – shares his thoughts on this year’s lineup and the festival’s unique character.
He was the man who danced through the 1980s and battled through last months, fighting cancer. Wiktor Kostrzewski and Philip Fairweather remember Patrick Swayze and think about his message to us.
What are your memories of Patrick Swayze? Let us know.
The only people who worry about Internet’s immense popularity are probably those who work for the newspapers. Yesterday, Google came up with an idea that could answer some key questions about reading newspapers. How to read articles online? What is Google Fast Flip? Where is the catch? Wiktor Kostrzewski reports from the front page.
So – does this sound like a new way of reading your daily paper? Try it out and let us know.
Skype has been bought by a group of investors involving Marc Andreessen. eBay was never really happy about owning Skype – so what does the recent decision mean? Wiktor Kostrzewski looks at the fine print – just listen.
How happy are you with Skype now that it changed owners? All comments welcome.
It’s shiny, it comes with music and it’s brand new. Oh, and it’s also got a sizeable touch-screen and 32GB of memory. This gadget has been on everybody’s mind today: Nokia X6. What does it look like? What do we think? Wiktor Kostrzewski shared his first impressons with the listeners today.
Any gadgets you’re really looking forward to? Let us know.