RADIO OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LODZ
Hello everybody. It’s 5:01 p.m. You are listening to the "Radio of the University of Lodz"
Radio of the University of Lodz is a podcast of the University, which is open for conversation, for words, for people and sounds. Our podcast is a meeting – with an initiative, technology, art, culture, literature, sport. It is a meeting with activism and diversity. And above all, it’s a meeting with other people. We record so as to explore our experiences, feelings, opinions. We interview, we talk, we agree and we argue. We open ourselves to the world, to people, to what is happening at the University and beyond it. We produce audio essays, record commentaries, discussions and reports. We play with music.
Do you have something interesting to share? Would you like to find your audience and see what it is like to work with a microphone? Join us! The University of Lodz podcast is created by students and doctoral students of the University of Lodz. We broadcast every Sunday at 5 p.m. The broadcast is available on streaming services, anywhere in the world and at any time. Pandemic has taught us to work remotely – we overcame the lockdown by recording from our homes. Currently we have been recording in a radio studio at the Faculty of Philology, University of Lodz.
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