The oldest Polish minority’s
Lithuanian radio show ever aired.
In 1944 informed Lithuanians about
the Second World War.
Since then, the show Polish language
became a part of this show.
Daily show on the 2nd
In 5 different languages
Lithuanian, Polish, Russian,
Belarusian and Ukrainian.
“Znad Willi” – Lithuania based radio station.
More than 20 years has a leading position
among Polish media in Lithuania.
Presents the latest news from Lithuania and
the world, as well as current information
The first program was attributed to the July
1, 1992 .
80 % of daily schedule consists of
20 % dedicated to the latest news
around the world.
The programs consists political,
economic, educational, social,
cultural, and entertainment
There are also relay radio programs
of the European Radio for Belarus
and Polish Radio External Service.
Without current news around the
world “Znad Wilii” also pays a lot of
attention to Polish-Lithuanian
relations, including problems that
Polish minority nowadays might be
facing in Lithuania.
Diversity of languages
News mostly is in Polish.
Some news summaries are presented
in Russian and Lithuanian as well.
The music basically is in Polish,
Russian and English.
Available in Vilnius, the capital of
Lithuania, and surrounding area.
Worldwide availability – on-line.
The website: http://zw.lt/
It symbolizes the waves of Neris
river in Vilnius.
The idea of the station:
According to its general manager, Mirosław
Juchniewicz, the idea of this radio station “is
to unite all who seek agreement over
Project was co-financed from:
Polsko-Litewski Fundusz Wymiany Młodzieży
Fundacja Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
The sole responsibility for the
content of this publication lies with
the authors and can in no way be
taken to reflect the views of the
Fundacja Rozwoju Systemu
Edukacji neither Ministerstwo