One good learning resource for those who want short audio blurbs with written narrative is Real Polish. Though the narrative is only in Polish, it is easy to use what I call the Wikipedia Method--one opens the Polish narrative in two tabs in Google Chrome, and translates one into English. You can also purchase materials from the site that include more material...I haven't personally purchased the materials, so I'm not quite sure what value is added from the premium stuff.
But the free material on there is pretty decent. There are a lot of short blurbs with audio, which is an important part of learning a new language. Audio with accompanying transcription is hard to come by sometimes.
I have gone through some of the narratives, and found them interesting and valuable educationally. This is not one of my main sources of learning only because I have become reliant on other things. But I do rotate it in occasionally and can see how it is helpful. Perhaps at some point I might possibly utilize it more.