Thursday, 21 February 2019

Prague TV

Lake Malawi headed to Eurovision

Prague TV |
30 January 2019

The Czech band Lake Malawi with the song "Friend of a Friend" has beaten seven other entries and will represent the Czech Republic in the 2019 Eurovision song contest, to be held in Tel Aviv, Israel, on March 14 to 18.

UK Subs at Rock Café

Prague TV |
29 January 2019

With 2017 marking the UK SUBS' 40th anniversary; this legendary punk band continues to represent the true spirit of punk rock.

Magic Phantom - best of black light theatre

Prague TV |
29 January 2019

Experience an extraordinary theatrical show in Prague and watch the "Phantom" come to life in dance and pantomime. See the best scenes of black light theater by the Hilt company, and watch contemporary stage effects.

Vir Das: Work in Progress

Prague TV |
29 January 2019

After releasing his Netflix special Lose It, Vir Das brings his new hour to Prague. This is a Work in Progress show.

My Apartment

Prague TV |
29 January 2019

Do you remember the first time you lived on your own? Do you remember the first night in your apartment? Do you also spy on your neighbors' sounds? Welcome to My Apartment.

Free public transit during smog alerts

Prague TV |
29 January 2019

Public transit in Prague will be free during declared smog emergencies, in the hope that commuters will leave cars at home. Automobile emissions are a large factor in smog. Some city employees would also be able to work from home to reduce traffic. Efforts last year to change the law to forbid certain kinds of traffic during smog alerts were not successful.

Super Bowl parties in Prague

Prague TV |
29 January 2019

Where to watch Super Bowl 53 - 2019 in Prague?

Teeth whitening can be easy

Prague TV |
29 January 2019

A simple at-home procedure can improve your smile

Skating and ski rinks open

Prague TV |
29 January 2019

Despite the cold weather, the ice on ponds is not thick enough for skating, but there are still plenty of other options for urban skating and even skiing that should be available until the end of winter.

City Hall approves trams on Wenceslas Square

Prague TV |
29 January 2019

City Hall has decided on where trams will go after they reach the National Museum. Tracks will be extended to reach the Můstek metro stop at Vodičkova and Jindřišská Streets, in the middle of the square. The Prague Public Transit Company this year will begin the planning process, and construction could begin in two years.

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