Wednesday, 20 August 2014
Cinema | The Prague Post

Three Brothers (Tři bratři), the latest film by acclaimed Czech director Jan Svěrák, has seen one of the most successful opening weekends at the box office ever in the Czech Republic.

Cinema | Radio Prague

Gottland, a documentary film inspired by a book uncovering various aspects of Czech culture and modern history, received a pre-premiere at a railway freight yard in Prague's Žižkov district on Monday night.

Life | The Prague Post

Brewery's 'Bernard Day' means beer will cost just CZK 10, but there is a catch.

Arts | Stars and Stripes

The Czech town of Hradec Králové is sure to attract hip-hop fans in droves through Saturday with its annual lineup of artists from Europe, Britain, the United States and other parts of the world.

Life | Radio Prague

Anyone interested in the history of athletics will have heard of Emil Zátopek, the greatest Czech long-distance runner of all time. His life story is the subject of a short novel by the Prix Goncourt winning French writer, Jean Echenoz, called simply "Running" – "Courir" in the original French.

Arts | The Prague Post

Youtube star, who mixes hip-hop, classical violin and dancing, has more that 700 million views of her songs. She begins her European tour with two dates in Russia before going through Scandinavia. Her Prague show is set for October 20.

Arts | The Prague Post

Guitarist is back with a new album after taking a break for acting.

Dining | Prague TV

Five of the best places in Prague to find British and Irish food.

Life | Radio Prague

Along with Charter 77 and the Committee for the Defence of the Unjustly Persecuted, the Czechoslovak Helsinki Committee was a key dissident organisation in the communist period, pressuring the government to adhere to its human rights commitments.

Life | The Prague Post

Employees of IT companies show their pride on company floats; Putin and Klaus playfully denigrated for their public homophobia.

Cinema | Radio Prague

The first year of a new Roma-themed film festival is to kick-off at the end of September, reports Denik.cz. The festival, entitled Čačikano, will take place at the Světozor cinema in central Prague.

Life | Radio Prague

The Prague Transport Museum has added a new item to its impressive collection of historic vehicles - a red and white 1932 tram, connected to a 1908 wagon.

Life | Radio Prague

The Nazi persecution of the Jewish people before and during WWII affected all layers of the society, regardless of the victims' social status or achievements. A new book entitled Disappeared Science now profiles several dozen of them.

Arts | Radio Prague

Led by singer and keyboardist Pavel Kabelík, Prodavač ("shop assistant") are an '80s influenced alternative group whose intimate synthpop is complemented by thoughtful lyrics.

Life | The Prague Post

Twenty-four students were chosen from more than 600 for international program.