Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Prague TV

Motol Hospital turns 75

Prague TV |
9 January 2018

Motol University Hospital, the largest in the Czech Republic, celebrates 75 years. This hospital currently has 2,410 beds. Some 900,000 patients are treated annually as out patients and 70,000 treated per year as in patients.

Iranian film festival starting

Prague TV |
9 January 2018

The seventh edition of Írán:Ci, the Festival of Iranian Films, opens at Lucerna on Jan. 9 and continues at Světozor, Lucerna, Bio Oko, Kino Pilotů as well as at other venues in Prague until Jan. 14. The festival will then move to Brno and Bratislava.

British Ambassador's embéčko for sale

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

The outgoing British Ambassador Jan Thompson is auctioning her beloved embéčko (Škoda 1000 MB) to raise money for one of her favorite charities Sue Ryder. You can send your bid by noon on Wednesday 10 January.

La Loca Quiz Night

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Test your knowledge against your fellow pub mates at La Loca QUIZ Night. Get your friends or come by yourself and team up when you get here.

Music-inspired posters

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Exhibition of music inspired posters will be on display throughout January at Rock Café.

Winter Wonderland 2018

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Young performers from all around Europe will sing, dance and evoke the impression of a winter wonderland at Divadlo Hybernia on January 8th.

Movie review: Molly's Game

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Underground gambling, Hollywood movie stars, and mobsters come together in Molly's Game, a legal thriller based on a true story.

Grandmothers of Invention coming to Lucerna

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Members of the late Frank Zappa's old band will be coming to Prague under the name Grandmothers of Invention, a pun on the original name Mothers of Invention. They will be at Lucerna Music Bar on May 9 in what is billed as a farewell tour.

Honest Guide: Most expensive Coke in the world?

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Another Prague tourist trap uncovered. Prague is a city that is home to the most expensive can of Coke in the world.

Prague streams low in heavy metals

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Water in Prague's natural springs is generally low in heavy metals, according to a report from nature conservation group Arnika. But city officials warn that other types of pollution make most city streams unsuitable for drinking.

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