About the plants and animals on RMF Classic

Sunday afternoons on Radio RMF Classic are devoted to nature and ecology. In the program Sunday in the garden (14: 00-18: 00) editor Marta Kubala invites you to listen to stories from the animal world and visits to famous parks and castles.

In each of the nine holiday episodes of the program at 17.30 Łukasz Galusek, programme director of the ICC, Krzysztof Radoszek, author of the concept of the exhibition and its curator, and Dr. Anna Olszewska, co-curator of the exhibition from the Scientific Library of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Polish Academy of Sciences, will tell about one of the fascinating works that can be admired at our exhibition.

Episode 5 - The economic history of German fish

Dr. Anna Olszewska talks about the exploration of native breeding species on the example of the work of Marcus Elieser Bloch.

Episode 4 – Forgotten Polish scientist: Jan Jonston and his encyclopedia of natural history

Forgotten Polish scientist: Jan Jonston and his encyclopedia of natural history. In the 17th century Leszno, this outstanding representative of natural sciences created popular scientific works, as well as modern textbooks for the Jan Amos Comenius gymnasium. Łukasz Galusek talks about Historiae naturalis .

Episode 3 - Francois Levaillant and one of the oldest ornithological color atlases

Francois Levaillant and one of the oldest color ornithological atlases. Krzysztof Radoszek talks about what makes the colorful copperplate engravings of parrots, toucans and birds of paradise from over 200 years old to this day delight with their vivid shades, sophisticated form and precise drawing lines.

Episode 2 - Dr. Anna Olszewska talks about the scientific approach to beekeeping

Beehive - physiocrats - farming in nature. Dr. Anna Olszewska talks about the scientific approach to beekeeping and the work from 1785 Describing the Bee Farm in Szczorsze .

Episode 1 – Łukasz Galusek talks about the work of Maria Sibylla

„Art and nature shall always be wrestling until they eventually conquer one another so that the victory is the same stroke and line: that which is conquered, conquers at the same time” — Maria Sibylla Merian.
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