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Hanna Maria Giza

Hanna Maria Giza

Polish radio journalist (from 1989), actress, radio author and radio plays director,
Hanna Maria Giza created a series of radio plays linked with exegesis, entitled Taking the Bible, such as it is. Whilst working for Poland’s Radio Three, she supervised social and cultural journalism, particularly the promotion of literary and popular science – as seen with the programmes Literary play and The Club of People who are Interested in Everything. She has conducted radio interviews with Umberto Eco, Norman Davies, Henryk Grynberg, Ryszard Kapuściński, Stanisław Lem, Roger Penrose, Igor Novikov, and Aleksandre Wolszczan, among others. She has also authored a book on the Papal photographer Artut Mari. In September 2000, she interviewed the editor of the Parisian periodical CULTURE, Jerzy Giedroyci. She conceived the series In Objective for Polish radio, which later became a book. The second edition of this publication is shortly due for release.

The author's book

Artists Speak Hanna Maria Giza
Department: Art

What do photographers talk about? They talk about their innermost secrets and their contact with the outside world through the uncanny medium that is photography.   The world as seen by people is three-dimensional.... // more

Artists Speak - iPad Elżbieta Dzikowska Hanna Maria Giza
Department: Art

Discover Polish artists and their works thanks to the Artists Speak application, the first Polish illustrated book on iPad.   With this application, you can access almost 900 works of Poland's most distinguished contemporary... // more