Marcin Popkiewicz, co-founder of a Polish climate science portal, talks about ecotourism, the fight against disinformation, and a possible future world.
Polish film-maker Paweł Ferdek talks about his new documentary “Pollywood”, which tells the story of how a handful of Jews emigrated from Poland and went on to be major Hollywood players.
Harlan Coben talks about writing crime during the pandemic, the global reach of Netflix, and the Polish-language adaptation of his novel “The Woods”.
Artem Chekh, a Ukrainian writer and veteran of the war in Donbass, talks about his experiences at the front and how they changed his worldview from the bubble of Kyiv.
Swiss journalist and film-maker Andreas Hoessli talks about the connection between the Iranian Revolution and Poland’s Solidarity movement, how we represent history, and his new film “The Naked King”.
Marek Kazmierski speaks with Valdemar about his favourite Polish fictional heroes, flying over the Czersk valley, and his latest translation of Jan Brzechwa’s “Professor Inkblot’s Academy”.
9-year-old child Marianna talks about her two-week quarantine, teaching during the pandemic, and whose fault the virus is.
Jonathan Safran Foer, author of We Are the Weather, talks about pursuing an environmental way of life, the power of poetry, and how he engages in constructive conversation about climate.
Polish actor Joanna Kulig talks about her love of jazz music, balancing her personal and professional life, and her role in the Netflix miniseries “The Eddy”.