Aga Zano

March in History
World + People
Science

March in History

Our eternally pessimistic correspondent gives his historical highlights for the month of March.
Adam Węgłowski
February in History
World + People
Science

February in History

Our eternally pessimistic correspondent gives his historical highlights for the month of February.
Adam Węgłowski
November in History
World + People
Science

November in History

Our eternally pessimistic correspondent gives his historical highlights for the month of November.
Adam Węgłowski
Yogic Sleep
Soul + Body
Breathe In

Yogic Sleep

The practice of yoga nidra – or yogic sleep – is accessible to everyone and can help us relax our body and mind.
Maria Górz
Boudica Was Victorious
World + People
Science

Boudica Was Victorious

Boudica, the queen of the Celtic Iceni tribe, led a revolt against the Roman occupation of Britain. She will not be forgotten any time soon.
Andrzej Kula
The Many Faces of Decency
World + People
Dreams and Visions

The Many Faces of Decency

Professor of Ethics Paweł Łuków talks about moral norms, what it means to be decent, and how we can relate this to our own behaviour and that of others.
Paulina Wilk
Feathered Flirts, Avian Advances
World + People
Nature

Feathered Flirts, Avian Advances

Author and naturalist Jacek Karczewski talks about the sexual habits of birds, their symbolism in Europe, and why we must strive to describe animals in empathetic terms.
Stasia Budzisz
Bleeding for the Sun
Soul + Body
The Four Elements

Bleeding for the Sun

The Aztecs didn’t only carry out human sacrifices of their enemies—they also offered their own blood to the gods.
Tomasz Wiśniewski
Up and Down (and Up Again)
Soul + Body
Good Mood

Up and Down (and Up Again)

According to Stoicism, failure can be a source of strength and progress on the path to perfection.
Piotr Stankiewicz
All Quiet on the Eastern Front
Art + Stories
Experiences

All Quiet on the Eastern Front

Journalist and activist Elena Kostyuchenko talks about the dangers of her investigative journalism, the new Russia, and why she will always struggle to leave the country of her birth.
Paulina Wilk
The Nation of Many Christs
Art + Stories
Opinions

The Nation of Many Christs

Writer Jędrzej Morawiecki talks about the myths and misconceptions surrounding Russia, as well as what led him to fall in love with the country.
Jan Pelczar
Leo’s Last Roar
Art + Stories
Experiences

Leo’s Last Roar

Leo Tolstoy and his wife Sophia both loved and tormented each other. How did the troubled Russian writer live his last few months?
Paulina Wilk