Tuesday, 27 September 2016
News | Radio Prague

There are plans to build a memorial dedicated to the parents of the so-called Winton children, who escaped death in Nazi gas chambers when they were sent abroad from Czechoslovakia shortly before the outbreak of WWII.

Life | Prague TV

The fourth annual Signal Festival of Lights is a few weeks away. It will run from Oct. 13 to 16, with 20 installations including video-mappings, light objects and works, and interactive installations.



National | ČTK

The Czech Environment Ministry faces another lawsuit over air pollution, which the Vlasta Coalition NGO filed yesterday, challenging the ministry's programme of tackling air pollution in Prague as ineffective, Vlasta members have told journalists.

National | Radio Prague

Doctors in Czech hospitals put in twice as many overtime hours as norms allow, Czech television reported citing information released by hospitals in different parts of the country within a campaign aimed at attracting attention to the problem.

News | ČTK

Slovakia and the Czech Republic will continue implementing joint projects in the area of road and rail connection and airspace protection, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said after a joint meeting of the two cabinets in Bratislava yesterday.

Life | ČTK

The Slav Epic cycle of paintings by Czech Art Nouveau artist Alfons Mucha (1860-1939) will fly to Tokyo in February where it will be displayed as of March 7, and then it will move to China as of mid-2017.

National | Prague TV

Transferring credits and going to grad school will be much easier

Prague | Prague TV

The city is seeking to make it easier to park in designated zones

Life | Prague TV

British musician Alex Clare is coming back to Prague after long five years. The author of unforgettable hit Too Close will perform in Roxy on February 8th 2017.