Tuesday, 21 October 2014
Politics | Radio Prague

The Czech centre-left coalition government has conserved a comfortable majority in the Senate after 18 of their candidates won seats in the upper chamber of Parliament over the weekend. Among ideas agreed, is the construction of a new “D” metro line.

Life | The Prague Post

Initial estimates show that turnout surpassed the previous year.



National | Radio Prague

The country's chief hygiene officer, Jiří Valenta, issued a directive on Monday introducing checks at international airports in the Czech Republic as a preventive measure to stop the spread of Ebola.

Business | Prague Daily Monitor

"The human mind treats a new idea the same way the body treats a strange protein; it rejects it." P.B. Medawar

Politics | Radio Prague

ANO, the Social Democrats and the Three-Party Coalition (The Greens, Christian Democrats, STAN) have agreed on key issues in negotiations on a possible coalition at Prague City Hall.

Business | Business Week/Bloomberg

Building a new reactor at the Dukovany nuclear power station is a “logical step” in the Czech Republic’s energy strategy, Christian Democratic Party Chairman Pavel Belobradek said.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Five-day festival at Lucerna screens both little-seen and widely acclaimed films from the subcontinent

Life | Radio Prague

Thomas Szende, a Budapest-born management consultant moved to the Czech Republic in 2005 where, along with his wife, he founded the Prague Thrift Store.

National | Radio Prague

German President Joachim Gauck, Hungarian President Janos Ader, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski and Slovak President Andrej Kiska, along with President Miloš Zeman, will mark the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, which led to the fall of communism in Czechoslovakia, together at a special event in Prague.

Life | The Prague Post

Flemish author and essayist Pieter de Buysser is back at Divadlo Archa with two shows on three nights