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Czechs in Afghanistan: The "Afghan Czechs"

Radio Prague |
28 April 2010

Christian Falvey meets the Afghans who will gradually take over the ground laid by Czechs.

Generation 89 meets to debate the past and plan the future

Radio Prague |
28 April 2010

Generation 89, currently underway in four European capitals, is a project intended to bring together young people from different backgrounds and different experiences to debate their common future in the European Union.

High schools come under pressure to drop mock elections

Radio Prague |
28 April 2010

Over the next three days, more than 140 high schools in the country are taking part in a mock election aimed at boosting interest among students on the cusp of voting age in the political process. Paradoxically, some of the country's politicians, primarily Social Democrats, have stepped up the pressure for schools to drop out.

Robin Kaleta – Freeride skier on majesty and danger of Alaska's peaks

Radio Prague |
27 April 2010

Earlier this month four professional Czech skiers set out for the trip of a lifetime: skiing some of the steepest peaks in the world in Thompson Pass, Alaska.

Anti-Left video causes stir ahead of election

Radio Prague |
27 April 2010

A month before the national election, filmmaker Petr Zelenka together with the popular actors Martha Issová and Jiří Mádl, have caused an unprecedented stir with the release of a viral video called Přemluv bábu - Persuade Granny.

Architect Jan Kaplický "lived for his vision", says curator of new exhibition

Radio Prague |
26 April 2010

An exhibition at the city's Dox gallery – featuring plans, models and more – gives Czechs a chance to see some of the ultramodern designs Kaplický created at his world renowned Future Systems studio in the UK.

Dreams and diplomats on two wheels

Radio Prague |
26 April 2010

To draw attention to the needs of cyclists, several hundred people, including the Danish Ambassador, pedalled through the centre of Prague on Thursday evening.

The volcano, Elvis and other stories from the election campaign

Radio Prague |
26 April 2010

Czechs have been living in the state of permanent political campaigning ever since the fall of the government last March. All this time, political parties have been coming up with new ideas, slogans and counter-slogans to catch people's attention.

Svíčková – a Czech classic

Radio Prague |
26 April 2010

It is perhaps the best-known Czech dish: svíčková, a beef roast with creamy vegetable sauce, served with dumplings. What makes it so special and are Czechs still cooking their country's classic meals at home?

Czech Scouts give away small tree plants in celebration of Earth Day

Radio Prague |
23 April 2010

In celebration of Earth Day, the Czech Scout Association handed out small tree plants at several metro stops in Prague on Thursday.

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