Tuesday, 3 March 2015
Life | Radio Prague

The Most Famous Czech Fair is Back in Prague - Matějská pouť (St. Matthews Fair)

Life | Radio Prague

For anyone in the Czech Republic wanting to experience the freshest and most authentic Vietnamese dishes, my advice is: skip the travel agent – you don’t need a ticket to Vietnam.

Life | Prague Connect

Children aren't interested in adult guidebooks

Life | Radio Prague

It is not often that one book receives two major Czech literary awards within a few weeks, but that is just what happened at the end of last year in the case of Martin Reiner’s documentary novel Básník – in English “Poet”.

Life | Radio Prague

In this week’s Arts, meet the Prague-based architect and designer Petr Schwarzbeck.

Life | ČTK

Tens of people yesterday attended a rally, staged by the Prague Maidan group, that honoured the memory of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov who was murdered in the centre of Moscow on Friday.

Arts | The Prague Post

It is Prague's turn to host the Performing V4 – Biennial of VARP-PA Resident, which happens every two years in one of the Visegrad Four countries. It presents work supported by the International Visegrad Residency Program for the Performing Arts.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Czech filmmaker Petr Jákl's English-language Ghoul brings a twist to the "cabin in the woods" horror film, as very real, documented history is injected into the storyline to give it a powerful sense of immediacy.

Half-n-half | Half'n'half

The trials of learning a new skill

Cinema | Radio Prague

Preparations are well underway for the 2015 edition of the colourful One World international festival of human rights documentaries, which begins in Prague on Monday before travelling on to 33 other cities and towns.

Life | ČTK

Post-war Czechoslovakia as a crossroads of thousands of displaced Jews who were fleeing pogroms or emigrating to the West and Palestine in the aftermath of World War Two is presented by a new exhibition in the Jewish Museum in Prague.

Arts | The Prague Post

Forever associated with a hit cover version of "Blinded by the Light," Manfred Mann's Earth Band has been around, on and off, since 1971.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Stephen Hawking is one of the greatest minds of our time. Unfortunately, his compelling story of defying the odds and coming out on top did not make for one of the films of our time, not by a long shot, perhaps not even the film of the week.

Arts | Opus Osm

This inter-season lull between winter and spring is the perfect time to divert yourself while waiting for warm weather, with a full calendar of fresh, live performances.

Arts | The Prague Post

The title of a new exhibition opening at the Latin Art has an intriguing name: I Am Not Pollock. It comes from a stylistic resemblance between the work of the famed drip painter, Jackson Pollock, and that of Czech artist Josef Luňáček.