The Poland Podcast, Season 2, Episode 3

Hello everybody and thanks for rejoining us

In this episodes we have:

Your Letters/Queries

Today in History

St Patrick’s Day in Poland

Comrade Antoni joins us for a natter about Silesia

Brian’s Bog Trotters

and finally, Your Confessions

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The Poland Podcast, Season 2, Episode 1



We’re back Baby!

Season 2 of The Poland Podcast kicks off tonight.

Here’s our topics for our first episode back:

WTF’s been happening in Poland since you last heard us

Gowno Prawda! (Bullshit!)

Today in History

Fat Thursday/Herring Day/Lent is Bullshit

Uncle Janek pays us a visit

Our Bar/Restaurant Review

Brian’s Bog Trotters

& Confessions/Advice

It’s great to be back and thanks for listening

Episode 16, Working in Poland


Just myself and Peadar de Burca joing you all today.

And we get together over a beer (or two, or more) and have a natter about our experiences of working here in Poland.

What lies in store for foreigners who move here and  some advice for if you’re thinking of heading over here.

We’re got our Beer of the Week, a lovely one from Krakow.

Peadar became an emergency car mechanic in our Random Meeting of the Week.

And for our Song of the Week we get our hate on for a god-awful singer-songwriter.



Episode 15, Stereotypes

Come one, come all.

Welcome to the 15th episode of The Poland Podcast.

Today we talk about national stereotypes, what we all think of the Poles and what they think about the Irish, the British and all the other nationalities, well, the important ones anyway.

We hear about what element of truth lie behind these stereotypes and delve deep in the psych of why people think that way.

We’re bring in a few new elements this week.

We have a Polish Beer of the Week,

Polish Song of the Week,

And Strange Encounter with a Pole feature.


As always we love to hear from you all so don’t be shy about getting in touch.