Thursday, 24 April 2014
Life | Prague TV

A special two-day event celebrating William Shakespeare's 450th Birthday!

Life | Radio Prague

The run-down Praha-Bubny train station is now a fairly insignificant stop on commuter train routes going to and from destinations west of Prague.

Life | Radio Prague

Two local boys from Nymburk – about 50km east of Prague – will set out on an unusual journey at the end of June; peddling almost a thousand kilometres down the River Elbe to Hamburg in a boat made out of plastic water bottles.

Life | Opus Osm

In this part of Opus Osm's first-person series, Conservatory flute student Michaela Blažková describes how a classical music 'star' is a role model for her, influencing her commitment to the study of music.

Life | ČTK

Four rare Maserati cars, including a 6C-34 single-seater from 1934 and a A6G54 coupe from the mid-1950s loaned by the world-famous collection of the Panini family, are on display in Prague's National Technical Museum until April 25.

Life | Radio Prague

In the Czech Republic, celebrations of the moveable holiday of Easter combine Christian traditions and age-old pagan customs.

Life | Radio Prague

This Friday sees the start of Kůra - a two-day festival of experimental art and music held in a 19th century brewery in Kutná Hora, east of Prague.

Life | Radio Prague

Canoeing or rafting in the Czech Republic for many is more than a sport or pastime it is a way of life, a tradition going back decades that is capped on summer evenings with summer bonfires, pork sausages (špekáčky), music and beer.

Cinema | ČTK

Czech actress Simona Stašová has won the best actress prize at the international film festival in Tiburon, California, for her performance in the film The Self-Lover (Sebemilenec), Czech Television, which produced the film, announced Sunday.

Life | Prague Wandering

"Could an hour of blindness open your eyes?" That is the question of Prague's riveting "Invisible Exhibition", an interactive showcase which thrusts visitors into the dark. Originally billed to run at New Town Hall until April, the exhibition has since extended its stay indefinitely due to its popularity among locals and tourists alike.

Life | Radio Prague

Three years ago Prague Zoo launched its biggest conservation project to date – helping to save the Przewalski horse from extinction.

Arts | ČTK

A collection of Alfons Mucha's posters, assembled by former tennis star Ivan Lendl, may be put on display in China at the end of the year and in the future, it may be permanently installed in Prague, the new owner said.

Dining | Prague Wandering

A new movement is afoot in the Czech Republic to raise the profile of traditional Czech cuisine, both going back to pre-communist recipes that were big on quality and using a modern approach to presentation.

Life | Prague Wandering

Delving into public displays of (over)affection.

Cinema | Prague TV

As Dr. Will Caster works towards creating an omniscient machine, a radical anti-technology organization tries to sabotage him in the action movie Transcendence.