|Danuta Isler (English Service Editor)|
|Radio Polonia, PR5|
Radio Poland (till January 2007 as Radio Polonia, later "Polish Radio External Service", in Polish legislation also named as Polskie Radio Program V) (Polish: Polskie Radio dla Zagranicy) is the official international broadcasting station of Poland.
Radio Poland is a part of Poland's public radio network - Polish Radio. Its aim is to broadcast programs on developments in Poland, Polish foreign policy, the economy, business and foreign investments. Polish Radio External Service provides objective and impartial information about Poland and its stance on international affairs. It shows Polish society, its daily life as well as scientific and cultural achievements. Polish Radio External Service ended their English language shortwave broadcasts in 2012 and announced that they would be ceasing all shortwave transmissions on 27 October 2013, from which point they will only be broadcasting over the internet and through partnerships such as the World Radio Network.
Radio Poland broadcast in six languages: Polish, English, German, Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian (with various amount of programming, for example English is available 24 hours a day while German 90 minutes a day). There was also a weekly Yiddish-language broadcast called "new waves", as well as Hebrew programming. Shortwave transmissions were reduced between 2007 and 2012 and by 2013 PRES was broadcasting two times a day with programmes in Polish, Belarusian and Russian. On 27 October 2013 all shortwave transmissions ceased and PRES became an online only entity.
Polish Radio External Service brings:
English service broadcast more various programming, including quizzes, chart shows and historical programming.
Listeners in Europe can tune in via satellite on Eutelsat 13 E, 10892 MHz, FEC 3/4, SR 27500, Horizontal, PID audio 0119
Polish Radio External Service can be heard in English on the World Radio Network (WRN) through terrestrial relays, on cable and via satellite.
On cable: PR ES in English is also available to 4.5 million homes on cable in London, Dublin, Berlin, Amsterdam, Brussels, Vienna, Strassburg, Geneva, Tokyo, Washington D.C. and many other cities. You can also hear it on hotel cable in the Netherlands and Hong Kong.
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