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An Ironic Ode to Photography

Saturday, March 21, 2015

In an era when everyone is a photographer, Polish artist Piotr Uklański is trying to make sense of the medium with his new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum.

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The Takeaway

Polish Officials Under Fire for CIA Torture Sites

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

The Senate's torture report discloses new details surrounding Poland's willingness to play host to an American "black site" in the years following September 11th.

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PRI's The World

Moscow has a long history of making interesting excuses for its military interventions

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

NATO says a Russian invasion of Ukraine is "highly probable." The Ukrainian government says a large convoy of humanitarian aid coming from Russia is just a "Trojan horse." If the humanitarian crisis is indeed a pretext for an invasion, it certainly wouldn't be Moscow's first time.

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The Takeaway

Is a Rift Growing Between the U.S. & Poland?

Tuesday, June 03, 2014

President Obama is traveling to Poland this week, but the Poland he arrives in is much cooler about its American ally. Is there a subtle but growing divergence of interests between Poland and the United States behind all of the apparent consensus over the Ukraine crises?

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The Takeaway

View from the Eastern Bloc: Poland

Friday, April 04, 2014

All this week, The Takeaway is speaking with people who grew up in the Eastern Bloc and asking them to reflect on the crisis today in Ukraine. Today, the voice of someone who grew up under communism in Poland.

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New Sounds

New Music from Poland

Sunday, March 02, 2014

This New Sounds is full of new music from Poland.  We’ll hear from the klezmer and Balkan-inflected jazz-ish strains of Kroke, along with “hardcore folk” from the Warsaw Village Band, whose driving fiddle and trumpets take wedding songs or Balkan Jazz and layer them with “white voice” singing (a lyrical screaming used by Polish shepherds).

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The Leonard Lopate Show

Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

The 21-film retrospective “Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema” premieres in New York City at the Film Society of Lincoln Center February 5-19. Curated by Martin Scorsese, the series present films from some of Poland’s most accomplished and lauded filmmakers, made between 1957 and 1987. Director Kryzsztof Zanussi discusses his film “Camouflage.” He’s joined by digital restoration experts Kamil Rutkowski and Jędrzej Sabliński, who’s also the Polish organizer of the series.

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Q2 Music

Interview with Krzysztof Penderecki

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

On the heels of last month's Symphony Space performance celebrating the 80th birthday of Krzysztof Penderecki, the legendary Polish composer joins Phil Kline in the studio. Listen Friday at 12 pm.

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Q2 Music

Lutosławski at 100: VII. Last Thoughts

Monday, November 04, 2013

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Q2 Music presents Lutosławski at 100 – a seven-part series hosted by Nadia Sirota celebrating the centenary of Polish icon Witold Lutosławski. Part Seven explores his last thoughts. 

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Q2 Music

Lutosławski at 100: VI. The Late Style

Monday, November 04, 2013

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Q2 Music presents Lutosławski at 100 – a seven-part series hosted by Nadia Sirota celebrating the centenary of Polish icon Witold Lutosławski. Part Six explores his late style. 

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Q2 Music

Lutosławski at 100: V. Heroism and Dissent

Monday, November 04, 2013

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Q2 Music presents Lutosławski at 100 – a seven-part series hosted by Nadia Sirota celebrating the centenary of Polish icon Witold Lutosławski. Part Five explores heroism and dissent. 

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Q2 Music

Lutosławski at 100: IV. Consolidating the Mature Style

Monday, November 04, 2013

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Q2 Music presents Lutosławski at 100 – a seven-part series hosted by Nadia Sirota celebrating the centenary of Polish icon Witold Lutosławski. Part Four explores the consolidation of his mature style. 

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Q2 Music

Lutosławski at 100: III. Breakthrough to Modernism

Monday, November 04, 2013

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Q2 Music presents Lutosławski at 100 – a seven-part series hosted by Nadia Sirota celebrating the centenary of Polish icon Witold Lutosławski. Part Three explores his breakthrough to modernism.

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Q2 Music

Lutosławski at 100: II. The Postwar Period

Monday, November 04, 2013

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Q2 Music presents Lutosławski at 100 – a seven-part series hosted by Nadia Sirota celebrating the centenary of Polish icon Witold Lutosławski. Part Two explores the postwar period. 

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Q2 Music

Lutosławski at 100: I. Early Works and World War II

Monday, November 04, 2013

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Q2 Music presents Lutosławski at 100 – a seven-part series hosted by Nadia Sirota celebrating the centenary of Polish icon Witold Lutosławski. Part One explores early works and World War II.

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Q2 Music

Celebrating Poland: An Overview

Thursday, October 10, 2013

This year marks the centenary of Polish composer Witold Lutosławski, and the 80th birthday of Krzysztof Penderecki. Today, join Q2 Music for an all-day marathon examining the diversity of contemporary classical music from Poland.

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New Sounds

New Music from Poland

Thursday, February 21, 2013

This New Sounds is full of new music from Poland.  We’ll hear from the klezmer and Balkan-inflected jazz-ish strains of Kroke, along with “hardcore folk” from the Warsaw Village Band, whose driving fiddle and trumpets take wedding songs or Balkan Jazz and layer them with “white voice” singing (a lyrical screaming used by Polish shepherds).

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It's A Free Country ®

Romney's Visit to Poland Applauded in Brooklyn's Greenpoint

Monday, July 30, 2012

Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s overseas trip has left his team struggling to explain some of the remarks he made in Great Britain and Israel. But in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, some Poles expressed satisfaction at the hopeful’s choice to visit their home country for the last leg of his trip.

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World Weekly with Gideon Rachman

Euro 2012: Football and politics in Poland and Ukraine

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Euro 2012: Football and politics in Poland and Ukraine

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The Takeaway

Will Racist Soccer Hooligans Tarnish Euro 2012?

Friday, June 01, 2012

The 2012 UEFA European Football Championship will kick off a week from today. Normally it's a cause for celebration, but concerns that some racist fans in the host countries of Poland and the Ukraine will harm black and Asian fans and players have dominated any discussion about the tournament. Is racism really that entrenched in European soccer?

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