Monday, 31 August 2015
Life | Radio Prague

Many of those who grew up in the late 1970s and 1980s in the West well remember the golden age of arcade video games: 8-bit and later 16-bit graphics and excellent sound that was the apex of electronic gaming and game design then.

Life | Radio Prague

In the spring of 1945, just before he ended his six-year exile in Britain, President Edvard Beneš gave an address in English that was broadcast by the BBC.

Life | Kids in Prague

Just over 200km south of Prague, this amazing looking structure allows visitors a unique view of the forest, it's canopy and beyond. Views extend towards Lake Lipno, the Šumava Mountains and the Austrian border.

Life | Radio Prague

John Mucha is the grandson of the famous Czech Art Nouveau painter Alphonse Mucha and president of the Alphonse Mucha Foundation. He talks about his latest project –a Mucha exhibition at the Russell-Cotes Museum in Bournemouth and ambitious plans to open a Mucha museum in Paris.

Life | The Prague Post

Several species of endangered birds have settled in the neighborhood of Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile (TPCA) car plant in Kolín, Central Bohemia. The situation has been confirmed by reports of scientists from the Czech Society for Ornithology, which studied the habitat of rare birds on TPCA premises.

Life | ČTK

Luděk, a male lynx that was spotted in south Bohemia in the spring, has appeared in Upper Austria 70 km away now, after evidently overcoming not only the local bustling roads but also the Danube.

Dining | Prague TV

If you happen to stroll down Žižkov's Bořivojova Street nowadays, past neighborhood cornerstones the Clown and Bard Hostel, Malkovich Bar, and Bukowski's, you might notice an eccentric newcomer making noise on the corner of Chvalova.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Nobody ever pretends that the National Lampoon Vacation film series is classic cinema, but with the latest entry, simply called Vacation, it hits a new low.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Way back in 1984, LGBT rights still seemed like a distant dream somewhere over the rainbow. At the same time, UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was weakening the power of labor unions and enforcing other policies seen by some as being hostile to the working class.

Life | Radio Prague

Former South African president Frederik de Klerk, co-founder of Doctors without Borders Bernard Kouchner, philosopher Roger Scruton and women's rights activist Manal al-Sharif are due to attend this year's Forum 2000 conference in Prague next month, organisers of the annual event announced on Wednesday.

Arts | Prague TV

A retrospective of the career of Czech photographer Jan Lukas is currently running in Prague's Art in Box gallery.

Arts | New York Times

Last year, the Czech musicologist Petr Danek was in the Franciscan library in Slany, about 20 miles northwest of Prague, searching for Renaissance and early Baroque musical prints. He noticed large bound volume on a high shelf and, taking it down, realized it was a special find.

Arts | Huffington Post

Tradition meets revolution in this fascinating and captivating group exhibition featuring new contemporary art from the Czech Republic.

Life | Prague TV

Places to cool off outside of town.

Life | ČTK

An exhibition on the history and culture of the Central Bohemia Region will be opened in the Sichuan province on September 9, on the occasion of a visit by regional governor Milos Petera and other representatives to China, regional gallery director Jana Sorfova told CTK Wednesday.