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RAMPA Podcast is dedicated to english speaking listeners and it is information service about Politics, New York, Poland and Polonia in USA. Rampa Podcast is part of Radio RAMPA network in New York.
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Hosted by Ana Oppenheim and Ewa Pospieszyńska, two Poles living in London, this podcast explores Polish politics, culture and history. Expect fascinating guests from Poland and beyond, conversations serious and fun, and a lot of Polish accents. If you'd like to suggest a topic or have a good story to tell, please get in touch at thepolkastpod[at]gmail.com Music: Maciej Czubak. Art: Sahaya James
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En la 1303-a E_elsendo el la 25.02.2024 ĉe www.pola-retradio.org: • Hodiaŭ ni felietone invitas vin al iu el la plej belaj palacoj troviĝantaj en la loko Kamień Śiąski, historie ligita kun nobela mezepoka familio Odrowąż, el kiu devenas la unua pola dominikana monaĥo, sankta Jacek (Jakvo). • En la komenca kulturkroniko ni parolas pri la marta Festi…
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La 5-an fojon, la 19-an de februaro estis solenita la Tago de la Pola Scienco, kiu estis starigita en la naskiĝdatreveno de Nikolao Kopernik, nunjare la 501-a. Ĝia celo estas inspiri al la sekvado de polaj esploristoj kaj firmigi interesiĝon pri la scienco ĝenerale. La tago ebligis iom retrorigardi por konstati, ke en Pollando aktuale funkcias 578 …
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Universitato de Maria Curie-Skłodowska en Lublin (la orienta Pollando) solenas en 2024 sian 80-jariĝon. En la programo de la porokazaj solenaĵoj okazos i.a. Kongreso dediĉita al Maria Curie-Skłodowska sub la titolo „Novumo estas la virino”, rendevuo de la diplomitoj, koncertoj. Aktuale en la universitato studas en preskaŭ 90 fakultatoj 16 mil perso…
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En la 1302-a E_elsendo el la 20.02.2024 ĉe www.pola-retradio.org: Unuavice tutkorajn gratulojn kaj salutojn okaze de la daŭranta Semajno de Internacia Amikeco kaj pasonta morgaŭ Tago de la Gepatra Lingvo!! Hodiaŭ ni denove renkontiĝas kun la intrigo de la romano „Quo Vadis” de Henryk Sienkiewicz en la E-traduko de Lidia Zamenhof per ĝia 143-a fragm…
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La 2024-a jaro en la Biebrza-rivera Nacia Parko – en la orienta landoparto, estis proklamita kiel Jaro de panoramoj. Tiamaniere la organizantoj atentigas pri ŝanĝoj okazantaj en la ĉirkaŭantaj nin panoramoj kaj edukcele klarigas kiel tion influas la homa agado. Ne temas sole pri la rapidaj ŝanĝoj okazantaj antaŭ nia rigardo, sed ankaŭ pri tio, kiom…
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La nombro de eksterladanoj aĉetantaj loĝejojn en Pollando konstante kreskas. En 2022 ili aĉetis 14 359 loĝejojn, do ĉiu sepa loĝejo en Pollando estis entute notarie vendita al eksterlandanoj. Inter la klientoj la plej mulnombraj estis ukrainanoj kaj germanoj. La nombro de ukrainanoj aĉetintaj loĝejojn en Pollando en 2022 kreskis je 40 procentoj kom…
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En la 1301-a E_elsendo el la 15.02.2024 ĉe www.pola-retradio.org: Pasas 13 jaroj post la apero de la Pola RetRadio en Esperanto, la 15-an de februaro 2011. Tio estas la okazo tre resume retrorigardi al la pasinta historio, dum kiu nia Redakcio pretigis al la aŭskultantoj – en la kondiĉoj de grandparte sensubtena laboro – 1300 elsendojn. Revoj ne ma…
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Ne senkaŭze en la komenco de nia hodiaŭa elsendo tostefekto. Akurate antaŭ 13 jaroj, la 15-an de februaro 2011 aŭdiĝis la unua E-programo de la Pola RetRadio el Varsovio. La unua ekster la kadro de la publika Pola Radio. En ĉi tiu periodo ni emisiis 1300 programojn kaj bonvenigas vin hodiaŭ en la 1301. Antaŭ du tagoj, la 13-an de februaro ni soleni…
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„Mago el Lublin” de Isaac Bashevis Singer en la traduko el la jida aperis sur la pola libromerkato. Eldonis ĝin en la traduko de Monika Adamczyk-Garbowska la Loka Turisma Metropolitana Organizo Lublin. Ĝis nun la pola leganto konis sole la romanon en la traduko el la angla lingvo, kiu traduko estis adaptita al la usona leganto. Sekve de tio multaj …
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Nunjare Rzeszów, en la surdorienta Pollando, solenas la 670-an datrevenon de sia lokalizo. Lige kun tio la Fondaĵo de Lubomirski-princoj kunlabore kun la loka Oficejo de Artaj Ekspozicioj organizis prezenton „La moderna arto el la kolekto de Lubomirski-princoj”. Ĝi enhavas 52 verkojn de 20 artistoj i.a. Mark Chagall, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, A…
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The 15 October general election finally ended Law and Justice's (PiS) parliamentary majority, allowing the “democratic opposition” to form a government. The results were met with celebratory headlines across Europe, but the picture is more complex. As the new coalition government takes shape, we’re taking a closer look at what it might mean for Pol…
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Już 15 października odbędą się w Polsce wybory do Sejmu i Senatu. W głosowaniu wybranych zostanie 460 posłów i 100 senatorów na czteroletnią kadencję. Na ten dzień zaplanowano również referendum ogólnokrajowe. W tym odcinku rozmawiamy z Małgorzatą Hallewell – Polką, która współtworzy inicjatywę „Polonia Głosuje” i angażuje się w działania profrekwe…
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On the 15th of October, Poland is facing a key election. After eight years of ultra-conservative governments and deepening authoritarianism, there’s finally a glimmer of hope for progressive change - but also a real risk of the country shifting even further to the right. Which direction will Poland choose? In this episode, we explain the different …
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The Solidarność movement is one of several events in Polish history that nearly every political tendency tries to claim as their own. Should it be seen primarily as a workers’ struggle? A pro-democracy uprising? A national liberation movement? Or a movement for capitalism? What is the legacy of Solidarność - and who in Poland has got the strongest …
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The slogan “housing is a right, not a commodity” has risen into prominence in Poland, sparking a great deal of debate. But what does the right to housing mean in the Polish context? In this episode, we talk about the housing situation in Poland: its history and how it changed in the era of transformation; current problems and the solutions proposed…
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In today’s episode, we’re discussing a topic that’s impossible to escape when talking about Poland: religion. It’s come up during many of our previous episodes, so it’s time to fill in the gaps. How did religion come to play such a big role in Polish public life? Is Poland following Western Europe and starting to secularise? What does the process o…
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It’s normally the right accusing the left of being easily offended and engaging in cancel culture. But in Poland, artists can be arrested and face trial purely for offending someone’s feelings… In the first episode of season 2, we discuss art and censorship in today’s Poland. We’ll talk about Poland’s blasphemy/'insult laws' and their use by the cu…
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💥 Goodbye to 2022! In our final episode of the year, we look back on what Poland’s been up to over the past 12 months. How has the war in Ukraine affected Polish society? What’s been the impact of soaring inflation on the political scene? What were some of our cultural highlights and lowlights of the passing year - and how did Poland do in the Worl…
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In this episode, we introduce the complexities of the Polish media landscape, covering public, corporate and independent media. We talk about the changes that Law and Justice Party implemented since coming to power and debates about media ownership - such as the infamous Lex TVN. Our guest Marta Tycner is an editor of Polityka Insight, responsible …
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In the autumn of 2020, Poland saw its biggest wave of protest since the collapse of the Berlin Wall. Women and their allies in cities and towns tooks to the streets to resist the further restriction of abortion law. What is the legacy of that movement? What led to it, and what has been happening since? And what are the prospects for abortion being …
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In this episode, we talk with the founders of an organisation called Polish Migrants Organise for Change (POMOC): Magda Fabiańczyk and Marzena Zukowska. Our guests share how their own diverse experiences of migration shaped their worldview and work, speak about the challenges they faced as organisers, and the most pressing issues facing migrants in…
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The Polkast is back, with an episode about the workers' movement in Poland. We had the pleasure to speak to Katarzyna Duda, author and researcher working for the All-Poland Alliance of Trade Unions (OPZZ), and Maciej Grodzicki, economist and activist with the union Inicjatywa Pracownicza (Workers' Initiative). What is the trade union landscape in P…
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We had the pleasure to chat to Robert AKA Polka Dot - a Polish drag queen living in London, and co-founder of the Easten European performance & party collective Slav4U. We spoke about growing up queer in 90s and 00s Poland, Polish queer culture and nightlife, and the ongoing struggle for LGBT+ rights. Listen to find out about Polish gay anthems, qu…
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Last summer the humanitarian crisis on the Poland-Belarus border made international news. The media cycle has since moved on, but the crisis is far from over. In this episode, Ana speaks to journalist Paulina Olszanka about the human beings behind the headlines and the broader context in which the story has unfolded. Conversation recorded in Januar…
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Green Secret is a band known to the Polish-American audience, from New York to Miami. Now, the band will perform during a charity event in Point Pleasant Beach in New Jersey. "Concert for Ukraine" will take place on April 10, at a popular Jenks Club at Jenks Pavilion. The event will begin with the performance by Ukrainian Chorus of Dumka of New Yor…
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Russia's invasion of Ukraine has sent waves of fear across Europe - even more so across the East of the continent. In this episode, we speak to Maciej Baron about Poland’s response to the conflict, what the Polish left would like our Western comrades to understand, and what demands we should be organising around. Maciej Baron is a Pole who lives in…
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How immigration law and international relations may be altered by coronavirus pandemic? This is the topic of discussion with RAMPA News guests: Michael J. Wildes - Mayor of Englewood, NJ. A Managing Partner at Wildes & Weinberg Law Office, a former federal prosecutor with the United States Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn. Some of Michael Wildes recen…
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Rampa News guest is councilman Robert Holden, who talks about current coronavirus situation in New York City. New Yorkers will face new reality starting evening night, and Councilman is ready to help out with clarifying some of the directives. Councilman addresses the following topics: city response to coronavirus - which businesses are considered …
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Rampa News guest is Robert Holden, New York City Councilman representing District 30, including Maspeth, Ridgewood, Glendale, Middle Village, Woodhaven and Woodside. In conversation with Monika Adamski, Robert Holden sums up year 2019, and talks about plans for 2020. We start off with a proposed redesign of the bus network in Queens and what commun…
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Radio RAMPA visited US Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher in her residence in Warsaw. The interview took place on November 13, exactly a week after the Visa Waiver Program for Poland was announced, and two days after it started being effective. Ambassador Mosbacher talks about the backstage of the decision on including Poland into the Visa Wa…
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After three years of being a Consul General of Poland in New York, Maciej Golubiewski is leaving for Brussels, Europe, where he will be a chief of cabinet of Janusz Wojciechowski, Commissioner of Agriculture in the European Union Commission. In an interview, recorded on his last full day in New York, Mr. Golubiewski sums up his three years in offic…
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Rampa News guest is Daniel Kurzyna, chief of staff of New York City Councilman Robert Holden. Daniel is the first Polish-American to hold such a high position in the New York City council. In conversation with Monika Adamski of Radio RAMPA, Daniel speaks about the beginning of his political career and what made him fall in love with politics. Danie…
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Radio RAMPA visited US Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher in her residence in Warsaw. The interview took place on November 13, exactly a week after the Visa Waiver Program for Poland was announced, and two days after it started being effective. Ambassador Mosbacher talks about the backstage of the decision on including Poland into the Visa Wa…
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Radio RAMPA’s guest is Daniel Donovan, US Representative for New York’s 11th Congressional district, including Staten Island and South Brooklyn. As a Republican, Dan Donovan was endorsed by President Donald Trump before the primaries. Now, he will be facing a democratic candidate Max Rose on November 6, 2018. In our conversation we start off with t…
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On Wednesday, September 26, an international conference , Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II: The Partnership that Changed the World , will carefully examine the partnership between President Reagan and Pope John Paul II – including the remarkable events of their presidency and papacy and their lasting legacies.…
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Patryk Czerwony, student of Business Administration at the American University, talks about Gilman Scholarship and how the scholarship can help you start the study abroad program? Also, about broadening your horizons as a student and why internships are crucial to the future professional career.By Rampa News
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www.RadioRAMPA.com Polish Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology Jadwiga Emilewicz visited New York and met with New York Polonia at the Consulate General of Poland. Her main objective was to inform Polonia about the legislative changes regarding trade in Poland but also to invite Polish-American entrepreneurs to invest in Poland. The minister…
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www.RadioRAMPA.com Polish Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology Jadwiga Emilewicz visited Washington DC as well as NYC. During a meeting with Polonia in New York, the minister’s main objective was to inform Polonia about the legislative changes regarding trade in Poland but also to invite Polish-American and American entrepreneurs to invest i…
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www.RadioRAMPA.com Polish Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology Jadwiga Emilewicz met with the representatives of the US Commerce Department as well as the Undersecretary of State in Washington, DC just a day after the summit of President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, and also, just couple days after the NATO summit. …
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Paul Chowansky's great-grandparents came to this country in 1883 from what is now called Uscie Gorlickie, Poland. Then it was part of the Austrian- Hungarian empire in Slovakia. They came with one infant son. Their headstone in Shenandoah, PA. Now retired, Paul has a wish - to get to know his past, learn about his ancestors from Poland, to get to k…
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Panna Maria is the site of the first and oldest Polish settlement in the United States and is listed in the US Register of Historic Places. That is the place that was established in 1854 by father Leopold Moczygemba, and it was first home for 100 Polish families that immigrated from Silesia region of Poland. Now, that is the site where Polish Herit…
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