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Supernova John

Prague TV |
26 February 2010

Despite a wave of speculation about its non-transparent sponsors and suspicious deals, the Czech political party Věci veřejné (VV; "Public Affairs") charms supporters with its openness on a local level and is riding high in national polls.

St. Matthew's Fair 2010

Prague TV |
26 February 2010

For seven weeks starting 27 February, the Holešovice fairground's small collection of permanent attractions will be boosted by a wide range of travelling rides and amusements.

Alexander Rybak

Prague TV |
24 February 2010

Reigning Eurovision Song Contest-winner Alexander Rybak comes to Lucerna Music Bar on Thursday.

The Boss of It All (Kdo je tady ředitel?)

Prague TV |
22 February 2010

As part of its English-surtitled repertoire, Švandovo divadlo stages Kdo je tady ředitel?, a theatrical production based on the Lars Von Trier film Direktøren for det hele (The Boss of It All).

A rose for you

Prague TV |
12 February 2010

The flowers lovers give and receive in the Czech Republic on Valentine's Day are the end-product of a distinctly unromantic globalised industry.

Motocykl exhibition

Prague TV |
12 February 2010

Výstaviště hosts Motocykl, the annual motorbike and quad bike exhibition, from Thursday, March 11 until Sunday, March 14.

Žižkovský masopust 2010

Prague TV |
11 February 2010

Starting on Saturday, February 13 and ending with Tuesday, February 16's traditional parade, Žižkovský masopust celebrations take place around Prague 3.

Cirkus Cirkus

Prague TV |
11 February 2010

Cirkus Cirkus comes to Incheba Arena on 13 and 14 February. Billed as an "international circus arts festival," the show features 14 acts from eight different countries.

More heavy snow forecast

Prague TV |
10 February 2010

Meteorologists are warning that up to 40 centimeters (16 inches) of fresh snow could fall in the Czech Republic by Friday.

Rachid Taha

Prague TV |
10 February 2010

Born in Algeria but raised in France, this musical outsider draws as much on punk, rock and Western dance influences as he does on traditional Algerian sounds. Rachid Taha returns to Prague for today's show at Lucerna Music Bar.

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