Monday, 3 August 2015
Life | Radio Prague

A team doing research at the former Terezín concentration camp in north Bohemia have just presented remarkable findings in the form of previously undocumented inscriptions made by Jewish prisoners in the walls of the fortress.

Life | Radio Prague

The Dvůr Králové Zoo which is known for its valiant efforts to try to save the Northern White Rhino, has a new attraction. This month it opened a lion safari – the only one of its kind in central and eastern Europe.

Life | ČTK

The trial of former Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky has inspired curator Anton Litvin to stage an exhibition called Trial that was inaugurated in the Prague centre DOX on Thursday.

Life | Real Estate | Prague TV

If you are either a tenant or a landlord in Czech Republic, here are some little-known facts about the new Civil Code governing rental contracts which came into effect from 01/2014.

Life | ČTK

A silver gibbon young was born in Prague's zoological garden Tuesday night being the first offspring of the most endangered primate born in the Czech Republic.

Cinema | The Prague Post

The feature-length debut of the director Olzo Omerzu, Family Film (Rodinný film), was selected for the official program of San Sebastian International Film Festival, which takes place Sept. 18–26.

Arts | Opus Osm

He was another of many Czech composers highly respected throughout Europe – and whom almost no one has heard of today. But you can hear Leopold Koželuh's music live in a rare September concert.

Life | Prague TV

or... what a lot of luck and a fantastic medical care system can do for you!

Life | Radio Prague

The head of the Czech Roman Catholic church has criticised plans to host events in August's Prague Pride LGBT festival at the city's parish of St. Salvatore, headed by priest and professor Tomáš Halík.

Cinema | Variety

The 2014 Czech box office champ is a joyous musical take on fairy tales from 'Kolya' helmer Jan Sverak.

Cinema | Prague TV

The Age of Adaline, Mission: Impossibl - Rogue Nation, Irrational Man are the latest releases in the local movie theatres.

Life | ČTK

Experts have for the first time mapped and partially deciphered the inscriptions engraved by Jewish prisoners in Terezín that served as a ghetto for European Jews in 1941-1945.

Life | Radio Prague

Guidebooks are fairly common fare in Prague during the height of the tourism season. But one with a difference which has come out and takes the visitor and local both near the tourist hotspots and off the beaten path.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Third Noir Film Festival will focus on Orson Welles, remakes, parodies and much more.

Life | Prague TV

Come and join Prague.TV and football players of the future. On July 29th, the grand final of this year's Generali CEE Cup will be held at the football stadium Žižkov.