TVP1

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TVP1
Logo used since from March 2003
CountryPoland
Broadcast areaPoland
(and also parts of Czechia, Slovakia, Belarus, Russia (Kaliningrad only), Germany, Lithuania, Sweden, Denmark and Ukraine)
HeadquartersWarsaw, Szczecin
Programming
Language(s)Polish
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerTelewizja Polska
Sister channelsTVP2
TVP HD
History
Launched25 October 1952; 71 years ago (1952-10-25)
Former namesTVP (1952–1970)
TVP1 (1970–1976)
TP1 (1976–1992)
Links
Websitetvp.pl/tvp1
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial televisionChannel 1 (HD)

TVP1 (TVP Jeden, Program Pierwszy Telewizji Polskiej,[1] "Jedynka") is the main public television channel of TVP (Telewizja Polska S.A.), Poland's national television broadcaster. It was the first Polish channel to be broadcast and remains one of the most popular today. TVP1 was launched 25 October 1952.

History[edit]

TVP1 was launched as of 25 October 1952 as TVP. The tests resumed in the immediate post-war years and materialized in October 1952 with the launch of the first experimental broadcasts of Polish television. In January 1953, it broadcasts at the rate of half an hour per week, then an hour and a half in March. The schedule of programmes continued to grow and the broadcast time increased to 22 hours per week in 1957, 26 hours in 1958.

Regional studios were added to those in Szczecin and Warsaw in 1956. These were first those of Łódź, Katowice (1957), Poznań (1958) and Gdańsk (1960). Some emblematic programs were born at the end of the 1950s, such as "Telewizyjny Kurier Warszawski" (Warsaw TV News) or the cultural magazine "Pegaz".

An HD feed was launched in January 2011 as a test broadcast. In June 2012, TVP1 HD was officially launched with the coverage of the UEFA Euro 2012

Current line-up[edit]

News show[edit]

Talk show/Reporters[edit]

  • Sprawa dla reportera (The case for a reporter) - intervention program hosted by Elżbieta Jaworowicz
  • Kwadrans polityczny (Political quarter of an hour) - morning political talk show
  • Warto rozmawiać (It is worth to talk) - controversial talk show, accused of right-wing spinning, hosted by Jan Pospieszalski
  • Magazyn śledczy Anity Gargas - investigative magazine
  • Magazyn Kryminalny 997 (Crime Magazine 997)

Polish series[edit]

Series Type First Aired No. of series No. of episodes
Klan
(Clan)
Soap Opera Autumn 1997 27 4400
Ojciec Mateusz
(Father Matthew)
Drama, Crime Series Autumn 2008 31 407
Komisarz Alex
(Inspector Alex)
Drama, Crime Series Spring 2012 21 255
Korona królów
(The Crown of the Kings)
Historical Fiction, Drama Series Winter 2018 5 650
Leśniczówka
(Forester)
Drama Series Spring 2018 9 800
Będziemy mieszkać razem
(We will live Together)
Drama Series Spring 2024 1 13
Matylda
(Matilda)
Historical Fiction, Drama Series Spring 2024 1 13

Foreign series[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Sports[edit]

Previously on TVP1[edit]

News show[edit]

Polish TV series[edit]

Foreign series[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Logos and identities[edit]

TVP1 HD[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TVP 1 - Program TV". programtv.onet.pl. Retrieved 2023-12-22.
  2. ^ PBE, oprac (2023-12-21). "Pierwsze takie wydanie. "Wiadomości" TVP z nową nazwą". www.money.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 2023-12-21.
  3. ^ Czmiel, Mateusz (2023-12-20). "Emitowany od 1986 roku. Program zniknął dzisiaj z anteny". wiadomosci.wp.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 2023-12-22.
  4. ^ "Polska telewizja ma 50 lat - Film". 2014-12-24. Archived from the original on 2014-12-24. Retrieved 2023-12-22.
  5. ^ "Dziennik telewizyjny - Telemagazyn.pl". www.telemagazyn.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 2023-12-22.

External links[edit]

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  1. ^ Planned rename to Polsat Sport 1
  2. ^ Planned rename to Polsat Sport 2
  3. ^ Planned rename to Polsat Sport 3
  4. ^ Planned rename to ViDoc TV