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Mf Dnes: Neo-Nazi group planned terrorist attacks

Radio Prague |
6 November 2009

A group of neo-Nazis named White Justice were planning to attack highly-positioned Jews and energy facilities in the Czech Republic, Mf Dnes reporter Janek Kroupa told Radio Prague.

Czech-Japanese entrepreneur on how Velvet Revolution changed his life

Radio Prague |
13 November 2009

As an expert in his field, Tomio Okamura makes numerous appearances monthly on TV and radio and is also jury member on a well-known business reality programme. His success, in a way he says, is linked to one thing: the Velvet Revolution.

Father and son, 20 years after the Velvet Revolution

Radio Prague |
13 November 2009

The fall of communism turned around the lives of millions of people. In a special edition of Czechs Today we talk to a father and son of the same name about how this dramatic change affected their lives.

Cycling halfway round the world to combat climate change

Radio Prague |
12 November 2009

What are you doing to fight climate change? That’s what Australian environmentalist and social worker Kim Nguyen wants ordinary people to ask themselves. For his part, he’s bicycling from Brisbane, Australia to Copenhagen, Denmark.

Economy gets taste of deflation but prices returning upward

Radio Prague |
11 November 2009

Prices are falling in the Czech Republic according to the latest official figures. While that might seem to be a cause for celebration for shoppers the phenomenon of deflation usually sends a chill down the spine of economists and politicians.

Ivan Klíma: a sceptic in the era of entertainment culture

Radio Prague |
9 November 2009

One of the best known and most widely translated of all Czech writers talks about the years since the fall of communism.

Neighbours in a foreign country

Radio Prague |
6 November 2009

For most, life stayed much the same after the split of Czechoslovakia at the beginning of 1993. But the split did have a very real impact on people living close to the border.

Normal Festival

Radio Prague |
6 November 2009

This year's edition of the festival featuring films about people with learning disabilities and films made by the mentally handicapped has just got underway in Prague.

Beavers destroy anti-flood wall

Radio Prague |
5 November 2009

A flood-wall that protects some 4,000 residents of the South Moravian town of Břeclav is in a hazardous condition, after beavers damaged an important part of the city's flood protection system.

Cinematographer Miroslav Ondříček turns 75

Radio Prague |
5 November 2009

One of the greatest legends of Czech cinema, director of photography Miroslav Ondříček looks back on his career of nearly six decades.

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