Finnish rockers Catamenia deliver their melodic metal sound to Warsaw, Poland, in this 2006 concert. The diverse set list feature old hits, cool covers and tracks from their latest album, "Location: Cold." Songs include "Morning Crimson," "Lost in Bitterness," "Tuhat Vuotta," W.A.S.P.'s "I Wanna Be Somebody," Satyricon's "Fuel for Hatred," "My Blood Stained Path," "Coldbound," "Verikansa," "Closed Gates of Hope," "Eskhata" and more.
TRL Poland is the Polish version of the United States' most popular TV music show Total Request Live. It's aired from Monday to Friday at 5.00 p.m. on MTV Poland. The show, which started on July 11, 2005 is hosted by Kasia Wetz, Paulina Moś and Adam Beggerman live from Warsaw, Poland.
The Voice of Poland is a Polish reality talent show that will premiere on September 3, 2011 on the TVP 2 television network. The Voice of Poland is part of the international syndication The Voice based on the reality singing competition launched in the Netherlands as The Voice of Holland, created by Dutch television producer John de Mol.
Poland: A Changing Nation is a TV documentary on Poland's labor crisis, produced and narrated by Mary Nissenson, that aired on NBC from August 29 to October 3, 1980.
The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire is an American drama series created by David E. Kelley that aired on CBS. The show offers the typical quirkiness and eccentric humor that have become synonymous with David E. Kelley's shows. The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire has been described as "Northern Exposure with middle-aged angst and populated with the sort of oddball supporting characters so typical of the Kelley oeuvre." The show was canceled after five episodes due to poor ratings.
Top Model. Zostań modelką is an ongoing reality documentary based on Tyra Banks' America's Next Top Model that pits contestants from Poland against each other in a variety of competitions to determine who will win the title of the next Polish Top Model and a lucrative modeling contract with NEXT agency as well as an appearance on the cover of the Polish issue of Glamour and a nationwide Max Factor campaign in hopes of a successful future in the modeling business. The competition is hosted by Polish born supermodel Joanna Krupa who serves as the lead judge alongside fashion designer Dawid Woliński, journalist Karolina Korwin-Piotrowska and photographer Marcin Tyszka. It has also been confirmed that international topmodels Anja Rubik and Magdalena Mielcarz will make guest appearances and coaching the contestants in some episodes.
Idol is a television show on the Polish television network Polsat, based on the popular British show Pop Idol. The show is a contest to determine the best young singer in Poland. It is hosted by Maciej Rock. In the show, people first audition but eventually the performers are narrowed down to 10 finalists, with each contestant performing live. There are four judges who provide critiques of each competitor's performance. Viewers have two hours following the broadcast of the show to vote via telephone and SMS for their favorite contestant. On the night's results episode, the contestant with the fewest votes is sent home. The winners of Idol were Alicja Janosz in season one, Krzysztof Zalewski in season two, Monika Brodka in season three & Maciek Silski in season four. Although never being officially cancelled, a fifth season has been delayed several times so far.
Sturm der Liebe is a German television soap opera created by Bea Schmidt for Das Erste. It premiered on 26 September 2005. It follows in several interwoven plot threads stories about relationships taking place in the fictional five-star hotel Fürstenhof, located in Feldkirchen-Westerham near Rosenheim. The plot revolves around members of the family room area, the hotel owners, and employees. The series began production on 1 August 2005 and was originally broadcast beginning 26 September 2005 on weekdays at 15:10. In France, the series was broadcast from episode 1392 since 2 April 2013 on France 2 with the name of "Le Tourbillon de l'Amour" and in Austria, the series was broadcast from episode 166 onwards since mid-July 2006 on ORF 2. A summary of episodes 1 to 165 was broadcast as a pilot. Storm of Love has been licensed to 20 stations worldwide, and rights to all episodes were given to STV, LTV1, TV 3, TV3 and Rete 4. Rete 4 broadcasts the series under the name Tempesta d'amore. Nova TV in Bulgaria has broadcast the series since the end of July 2009 under a title translating as "Winds of Love." Vitaya in Belgium broadcasts under the title Sturm der liebe. Polish channel TV Puls broadcasts it under the title Burza uczuć, Finnish channel Sub under the title Lemmen viemää, and Icelandic channel RÚV under the title Ástareldur.