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What's Up :: New MW offer for listeners

12.01.2020 14:30
Radio Poland invites you to take advantage of a new rebroadcast of its English Service on 1386 kHz effective as of January 1, 2020
  • What's Up 12.01.2020 New MW offer for listeners.mp3
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Presented by Sławek Szefs with Agnieszka Bielawska

The programs are available from 13 to 14 hours UTC (14 to 15 hours CET) seven days a week.

They are aired from the transmission site at Viesintos, Anyksciai in Lithuania operated by Radio Baltic Waves. 

We trust this new initiative will further expand listening opportunities for our audiences.

This week, we shall also tackle a question from one of our British listeners concerning the need to take out accident insurance by mobility scooter users. And we'll have a few words on government plans to introduce a "sugar tax" in an attempt to help fight growing obesity among Poles, especially kids and teenagers.

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