EP07: Walker’s World | Casimir Pulaski Big in USA
October 11 is Pulaski Day. This notable Poles story in the USA is told by Peter Walker on Walkers World - a show Peter researches, scripts and presents on ORLAfm.
EP06: Walker’s World | The Polish King of Madagascar
Ugandan tyrant Idi Amin once claimed he was the last King of Scotland, a fanciful claim no one took seriously but made a good movie. Yet we stop in our globetrotting tracks to hear Peter Walker reveal
EP05: Walker’s World | Tadeusz Kościuszko and US Independence Day
As we join fellows who are Americans, to celebrate their Independence Day in the United States, Peter Walker brings you a jaw dropping story of one Tadeusz Kociuszko, an engineer, statesman and milit
EP04: Walker’s World | Poland’s Grand Slam
June means Strawberries and Cream and lawn tennis in Wimbledon, south west London. Peter Walker serves insights into Polish stars who achieved great successes in tennis over the past century.
EP03: Walker’s World | Poland and Ukraine One Country
Poland is helping its neighbour Ukraine in the tragic conflict against Russia. Poland has many reasons, not only geopolitical but also historical, to help Kiev. In the 14th century Poland was Europes
EP 02: Walker’s World | April – the month that shook the world
In his second episode of Walkers World, ORLAfm presenter Peter Walker continues on the path of Russias historical aggression, which seems so timely as the tragedy of the invasion of Ukraine prevails.
EP 01: Walker’s World | King Canute and the Polish Invasion
Poles are generally regarded in a good light in the UK. Champions in the sky, they managed to defend Churchills Britain in the 1940s. But did they also have another agenda? Did they help a Dane to ove
Lyczacza in concert at Jazz Cafe POSK
Maciej Lyszkiewicz (Photo right at POSK) has honed his style of Latin jazz in the Baltic city of Gdynia for more than two decades. An [...]
Welcome to my (Walker’s) World
ORLAfm is excited to announce the start of a new series of podcasts for everyone interested in Polish history and famous names.It is remarkable how many Poles left Poland to find fortune, fame and so
Speechwriter Charles Crawford on Brexit
With June 23 set for an historic vote on Britains destiny in or after the European Union, Charles Crawford shares his fears about how the Brexit campaign will unfold, as well as the growing populis