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Google strikes deal with Czech privacy watchdog over Street View

Radio Prague |
26 May 2011

Google will continue expanding its Street View application in the Czech Republic after it agreed to meet several conditions required by the country's data privacy watchdog.

Slavia Prague avoids relegation to third division

Radio Prague |
26 May 2011

The Czech Football Association has given Slavia Prague a new lease on life, issuing the club a licence on Tuesday to play in the top flight next year.

The story of Prague's most dominant bridge and how it was tested using tanks

Radio Prague |
25 May 2011

Completed in 1973, the Nusle Bridge serves as a major artery for six lanes of North-South traffic and even the city's metro. Every single day countless thousands of commuters rely on it.

Consequences of German nuclear phase-out for Czech Republic still unclear, says energy expert

Radio Prague |
25 May 2011

On Monday, the director of the International Energy Agency Nobuo Tanaka warned that by pressing ahead with its plan to phase out nuclear power, Germany was threatening European energy security. Meanwhile, the vice-president of the Czech Energy Regulatory Office, Blahoslav Němečka, has predicted an increase of energy prices in the Czech Republic by 3.6% to 6% next year.

Fabrice Martin-Plichta – a journalist helping deliver "waste" foodstuffs to those in need

Radio Prague |
24 May 2011

Le Monde correspondent Fabrice Martin-Plichta has also been the head of the Czech Federation of Food Banks, an organisation which every year saves hundreds of tonnes of food from being destroyed and distributes it among the needy.

Nessie sighted on a Czech breakfast table

Radio Prague |
23 May 2011

A Scottish visitor to Prague in 1938.

Group sex getting into full "swing"

Radio Prague |
23 May 2011

The number of couples seeking the intimate company of others appears to be in the thousands: private groups have sprung up in the dozens and at least seven nightclubs have been started in as many years.

Prague's Golden Lane to reopen to visitors

Radio Prague |
20 May 2011

After the street reopens in June of this year some of the houses will serve as museum exhibits – their interiors reflecting their former use.

Veltrusy Chateau

Radio Prague |
19 May 2011

Founded in the 1700s by Czech nobleman Václav Antonín Chotek, Veltrusy is far from an obvious destination, but is well-worth a day-trip.

French-Czech-British co-production to be shown at Cannes Film Festival Closing Ceremony

Radio Prague |
18 May 2011

This year's closing film, to be shown after the awards ceremony on May 22, was co-produced by a Czech company and features a number of the country's actors, as well as Oscar-winning director Miloš Forman in one of the main roles.

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