Ania Poullain-Majchrzak
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Ania was born and raised Poland. For last 10 years she has been busy with artistic and commercial projects in Germany, Spain, France, US, Brasil, Ecuador and UK

She is presently residing in London contributing to media industry by labouring in documentary production for broadcasters like BBC, History Channel, Chanel 4 & Channel 5 and freelancing as video journalist for Getty Images.

Ania presents 'East London Intellectuals Support Group' radio show, runs a secret tennis club and takes on tailored poetry commissions.

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The Fallen Madonna Men - Why George Clooney Latest Film Resembles 'Allo Allo'

(1) Comments | Posted 14 February 2014 | (11:13)

George Clooney's latest film The Monuments Men follows a bunch of middle-aged allied soldiers tasked with rescuing art pieces looted by the Nazis. The production has received bad reviews but I personally think there is something special about it. Being a devoted Allo Allo fan I see this Clooney flick...

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How One Bear Fought for Our Forebears: The Polarising Effect of Animal Mascots on Human Conflicts

(0) Comments | Posted 6 December 2013 | (13:50)

Around the same time that a snake was gobbling up a sleeping drunkard in India last week, several artists and dignitaries assembled for a wine and cheese evening in the safe environment of the Polish Embassy in London. The reason for this gathering was to celebrate the city of Edinburgh's...

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Tourista Exoricista - Try the Newest Remedy for Winter Blues

(2) Comments | Posted 13 November 2013 | (12:51)

With stormy weather and cold temperatures, the doors guarding your mood swing open with the invitation for winter depression. As always, there is a lot to choose from when it comes to fighting melancholia; psychotherapy, meditation, herbal remedies, clubbing and blaming your mother. If you have missed the Fashion Week...

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Royal Baby Is Born - What Now for Prince Harry?

(3) Comments | Posted 25 July 2013 | (14:02)

With the arrival of the new royal baby, poor Prince Harry will fall to fourth in line to the throne. Let's face it: at this point, in the words of Polish saying: a pig would have a better chance of seeing the sky than Harry does of getting crowned King...

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Polish Oddballs at Wimbledon

(0) Comments | Posted 5 July 2013 | (12:36)

The finest days for Polish tennis at Wimbledon games this year: after two Poles met in the quarterfinals, Jerzy Janowicz will face Andy Murray today and, in the ladies' semifinals, Agnieszka Radwańska lost to Sabine Lisicki - a German player, again of Polish descent.

Since 2004 three quarters of a...

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