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10:00 to 11:00 “Family PE” – We’re starting sailing season. Guest: Bartłomiej Szotyński, instructor of the AZS UW Sailing Academy on optimists for children from 7 years old.
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12:00 “Fairytale Garden” Children plan a walk in nature. We’ll talk with Jagna and Mila about their latest adventures and dreams in May.
15:00 “once upon a time” – The Museum of Polish History, in cooperation with the portal Historia.org.pl, announced for the fifteenth time the public referendum “Historical Event of the Year”, which aims to honor the organizers, creators and initiators of the most interesting historical projects of the past year. Guest: Gabriela Sierocińska – December from the Polish History Museum.
18: 00-19: 00 “The Fun Box” – Ten-year-old Ida and her mother Ella will talk about their passion that they discovered together two years ago. They both participate in a little-known sport called Ninja. Does this sport have anything to do with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?
From 21:00 to 22:00 “Child on the road” – This week Magda and Sergius will talk to Sabina Poulsen about the Faroe Islands. Sabina is the mother of two children, Benjamin and Mia. He works in the Faroe Islands as a teacher and will tell us what we see in this archipelago and what life is like on small islands in the middle of the Atlantic.
22:00-00:00 “Old, well-known, forgotten” On broadcast, the tale of Trio launching the timeless hit “Da Da Da” as well as introducing the legendary album “Trio” (containing this song) released in 1981 – in keeping with the new rising style. In Germany Neue Deutsche Welle – the equivalent of New World Wave and simplicity in music. There will also be a 1985 vinyl movie “Standing On The Edge” by Cheap Trick, who recently released their 20th studio album.
1.05 on Sunday
10:00-11:00 “good sound” – The sounds of travel across continents. Guest: Mirosław Wlekły, author of “They’re Driving Halliki across the Americas.” What sounds can Tony Shaly hear during his travels?
12:00-13:00 “Radio Viglieki Colphon and Monica” – Free time – what does it mean? Is there a fasting time other than it? Since when does time count? Where and how do we like to spend this so-called free time? We encourage you to phone in and ask questions to Kulfon and Monika.
13:00 “Zwerzenek” – Guest: Paweł Sroka – Guardian from the Wrocław Zoo. We will talk about snow leopards, which are an endangered species. Recently, a small snow leopard was born in the Wroclaw Zoo. In the program we will get acquainted with these animals of the cat family and find out, for example, why they are called “snow”.
14: 00-15: 00 “Children’s Wish Party” – During the weekend in May, we encourage you to make phone calls, greet friends, wish family members and assign songs to them.
15:00 “Come to the table” A free and sunny day is a great opportunity to organize a picnic. How to organize a successful outing? It is enough to remember a few basic rules. what about? And Marta Bołowska will talk about them today. By adding delicious food recipes for their picnic.
16:00 “Children’s Adventure Hunters” – Guest: Ksawery and Krystyna Pełech, children who speak 4 languages, live in Malta on a daily basis. They will tell you about the lives of children in this country.
Martina (their mother) was born and raised in Cotonou. At the age of nineteen, she left to study journalism at the Silesian University of Rybnik and Katowice. In the fourth year of study, she had the opportunity to go to study in Spain, and this very moment became a turning point in her life. Then the real journey began. I got to Malta via New York, Spain, England, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Here, she settled with her family “for a while” and here, on a small Mediterranean island, she raises her children. She says about herself that she is a statistical Polish mother, but this is probably not entirely true. Ksawery and Krystyna, born Martina, were raised in four languages and several cultures.
17: 00-18: 00 “Kulturoteka” – We visit the Polish theater to visit, among others, Gulliver, Liliputa and Ferdinand the Magnificent. Meeting with Przemysław Wyszyński, director of the play “Ferdynand the Magnificent”.
22:00 “Music for a Parent” The May 1 release of the music show for dads, including returning Aniela duo Joanna Prykowska and Pawe Krawczyk from the group HEY. In January, the band’s first single “Jaśniejąca” was released, featuring Katarzyna Nosowska in the private life of Pawe’s wife and… A good friend of Asia since her teenage years spent together in Szczecin. The second single “Niemiłość” brings us closer to the long-awaited premiere of the entire album! As well as spring songs from T.Love, Vito Bambino, Rosalie, Mróz and Jarecki.
2.05 on Monday
The morning broadcast on May 2 and 3 has been reduced to two hours, broadcast from 8:00 to 10:00.
8:00-10:00 “Morning in the People’s Republic of China” – On Flag Day, Zbyszek and the Dragon will ask for different “white and red” puzzles.
11:00 “Leszek and Micic” – Leszek and Teddy will present the symbols of our country to children. What does the white and red color on the Polish flag mean? What is the slogan? What is the history of Mazurka Dąbrowski?
15:00 to 17:00 “afternoon on the PRD” – About the forests of the world – the forests of America, Australia, Africa and Europe.
18:00 “Afternoon Tea with Philip and Leopold” State flags began to appear at the end of the eighteenth century. They were derived from the royal banners and took their colors – the color of the emblem was placed above the flag and the background color below. The Polish flag is also derived from the Royal Ensign and the coat of arms of the Kingdom of Poland. Today about the history of flags.
21:00-23:00 “Parents’ Zone” – About historical legends. The program’s guest – Agnieszka Jankowiak-Maik (known online as Grandma from Hysta) writes lightly about the unusual meanders of Polish history: she shows her second bottom, remembers forgotten characters and discovers hidden events.
23: 00-1: 00 “What’s in our soul?” – Spring performances from the Polish music market are in the program, even before the premiere. This will be the case with Pawkin’s new proposal – the band has just left the studio and on broadcast there will be a preview of their latest hit track “The River”. And in the studio there will be a word master, Krzysztof Nabiorkovsky, who will talk about his latest album, “Autobiography”.
10:00 to 11:00 “Musical excursions” – On the anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of May 3rd, we will find out what was heard at the court of King Stanisław August Ponatovsky.
11:00-12:00 “Leszek and Mitch Mickey” There are about 500 trees per person. Today we will get acquainted with their different types, and we will learn how to recognize them. Why do some have leaves and others have needles? How can the age of a tree be estimated? How old is the oldest tree in the world?
15:00 “Afternoon in the PRD” On May 3, Poland and Poles around the world celebrate a national holiday to commemorate the adoption of the first constitution in Europe in 1791 and the second in the world’s written constitution. What is the constitution? Why is it so important? The oldest and most recent constitutions in the world. How are constitutional amendments made?
17:15 “Safe little boy” – What dangers may be in the forest and how to avoid them. Guest: Honorata Galczewska from Toruń Regional Directorate of State Forests.
21:00-23:00 “Parents’ Zone” – Topic 1: First aid and the age of the child – How do the rules of first aid change with the age of the child, what is the procedure for a newborn, a one-year-old child, who should undergo such a course and how often?
Guest: Adrianna Cienkusz, paramedic, graduate of the Medical University of Warsaw, first aid teacher at TwojRatownik.pl. She gained her experience while working in the ambulance service and in hospital emergency departments in Warsaw hospitals.
Topic 2: Basic principles of working with children after traumatic experiences. How to understand children who have experienced complex developmental or military trauma and how to respond to their needs. Guest: Beata College, advocacy advisor at SOS Children’s Villages.
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Polish radio for children It’s around the clock Radio for kids and parents. Each week the station broadcasts more than 130 premiere programmes, including educational, travel, cultural and entertainment programs as well as fiction, radio plays and podcasts. In broadcasts you can hear what is known and loved songs for kids. Radio Polish journalists for children use social media to engage listeners to actively participate in the programs and encourage them to play together in the many quizzes and puzzles available in the form of colorful graphics.
All Polish radio broadcasts for children are a source of comprehensive knowledge, develop children’s sensitivity to sounds and are safe – they protect the youngest from unwanted stimuli and information, because The station does not broadcast any advertisements!
More station activity can be found in the profile of Polish Radio for Children at Social media.