Podcasts are constantly growing in popularity, influenced not only by the ease of listening to them, but above all by the many interesting information that we can get. A podcast is a series of episodes in which the author shares his knowledge on various topics. He may be an expert in a particular field or invite other professionals to speak with him. As it turns out, there are many different podcasts with the Tricity series on free platforms.

Podcasts are very convenient. We can listen to them when we want, focusing on the content as much as possible, but also do other activities at the same time. The topic of the podcast and the purpose of its presentation are also varied.

According to data from Voxnest, owner of one of the largest podcast hosting platforms, Poland is in the top ten of the fastest growing markets for this. Formula In the world, behind Brazil, Great Britain, Canada, Colombia, Italy, Mexico and Spain.

Horrific stories from old Gdansk in the ‘Makaprisky’ podcast

Immigration at different levels according to the Immigration Museum

After entering the logo Gdynia or Gdańsk, the first podcasts with the Tricity series appear on Spotify.

The podcast “Stacja Emigracja” is a project started by the Migration Museum in Gdynia. The first season consists of eight interviews with specialists in the topic of migration at different levels. The conversations concern both art, culture and design, as well as the social and economic dimensions of migration, as well as the processes that occur in the natural environment.

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The podcast is available here

City history, architecture and culture of Gdynia

“Listen to Gdynia – Oral History in City Space” is a collection of podcasts on the history of the city, architecture and culture of Gdynia, created by the Gdynia Museum. Monuments of Gdynia, Historic Orłowo or December 70 – These are just some of the topics available.

Materials can be found on the museum’s website

We will learn about historical Orłowo from the podcasts of the Gdynia Museum. We will learn about historical Orłowo from the podcasts of the Gdynia Museum.

Krystyna Czubówna reads the legends of Gdansk

Legends of Gdansk “Retelling” presentation of the Tourism Organization of Gdansk. Here we can find podcasts about Stolem’s visit to Gdańsk, the guardian of the Upland Gate, the cobblestones of Gdańsk or the legend of Master Eggert and Gdańsk.

GOT’s second show is a collection of 20 interesting facts related to the Brick Gothic Trail in Gdansk. There are many stories about the Gdansk fair, amber and, above all, details that allow you to feel the atmosphere of the place. Texts prepared Katarzyna Tchaikovska. he is reading Christina Kzobona.

The podcast is available here

Podcast about Jaśkowa Dolina Park

Wrzeszcz’s green lungs, a place of dozens of hills, a playground and entertainment for several hundred years, witness to royal family visits, performances, concerts and skating. Many go for a walk there, and many have no idea its history – Jaśkowa Dolina Park is the protagonist of Wrzeszcz’s fourth night.

The podcast is available here

European Solidarity Center on “August Understanding”

in which Rhythm Has everyday life continued at the shipyard in Gdansk? What did the shipbuilders’ strike look like in practice? Does the yard still hold an important place in the lives of former employees? The ECS podcast library opens with the Understanding August series. This is a story about the shipyard in Gdansk – the birthplace of the Solidarity movement.

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The podcast is available here

Gdansk from prehistoric times to the present day

Gdansk historian Mikhailovsky Create a project called “The History of Gdansk for Everyone”. The creator’s assumption is to show the thousand-year history of Gdansk (from prehistoric times to the present day) through the prism of the people who have lived here over the centuries and the emotions that directed them. To date, Michał Ślubowski has published five episodes, reaching the year 997.

The podcast is available here.