Thursday, 28 May 2015
Life | ČTK

Antonín Jaroslav Liehm, 91, Czech critic, political writer and former communist and reform politician, was awarded the Tom Stoppard prize by the Charter 77 Foundation for his significant essayistic work yesterday.

Life | The Prague Post

Grim final work by Leoš Janáček is set in a Siberian prison camp

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

The English version of the successful interactive project “Tinybut Likeus” (Malý Alenáš) is now available.

Life | Radio Prague

Two Czech journalists, Jarmila Štuková and Lenka Klicperová, recently returned from a working trip to Iraq and Syria.

Life | ČTK

The exhibition Defunct World that will display the stories of the Czech Romanies who survived imprisonment in Nazi forced labour and extermination camps starts in the Czech Centre in Prague yesterday to last until June 13.

Life | The Prague Post

Björk, Faith No More and Motörhead among the main attractions

Life | Prague TV

If you are new to Prague or have been here for years come along for a drink and a chat, swap information, experiences and tips. Make some new friends or a do a bit of networking.

Life | Opus Osm

Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin brings his 'gaga' dance style to The Czech National Ballet’s performance of his decadance.

Life | The Prague Post

Prague-based expat writer has new book coming out in the fall

Cinema | The Prague Post

A Czech invention for Expo 67 was a film that let people vote for the next scene

Life | Prague TV

Master mixologists to show off skills at country-wide bartender competition

Life | ČTK

A new website was launched Friday to help organise the protection of newborn animals that are endangered by harvest and haymaking, during which thousands of them are killed every year, Environment Minister Richard Brabec (ANO) said when launching the project.

Life | ČTK

The 17th Khamoro World Romany Festival, an annual event hosted by Prague, started with a series of open-air concerts on the Vltava River bank in the centre of the Czech capital city yesterday.

Life | The Guardian

Three generations of one family endure daily hardship typical of second world war for show, which has sparked criticism

Life | Radio Prague

In roughly a fortnight the state agency CzechTourism is launching a new app in for both Czechs and visitors from abroad planning vacations.