Thursday, 27 November 2014
Arts | Radio Prague

Veteran conductor of the Czech Radio Orchestra, Vladimír Válek, and radio drama director Hana Kofránková have been inducted in the Prix Bohemia Festival's Hall of Fame.

Life | The Prague Post

Through its embassy in Prague, the United States pushes many programs to enhance the learning opportunities for students, scholars in the Czech Republic.

Cinema | The Prague Post

By-the-numbers horror film about famous board game is both sinister and unintentionally comical.

Cinema | The Prague Post

This is the 10th year of the Filmasia Festival in Prague. The festival of Asian film will run an entire week, from Dec. 1 to 7 with films at Lucerna and Světozor. Sci-fi epic 'Snowpiercer' is among the highlights.

Life | Kids in Prague

How can we find unique, czech-made gifts for family here and abroad? It's easier than it used to be thanks to the big design markets that are cropping up all over town and small boutique-style shops.

Arts | The Prague Post

French singer Zaz will be having her first show in Prague, following her appearances at the Colours of Ostrava festival in 2012 and '14.

Arts | Prague TV

Devon Glover's Sonnet Man Hip Hop Shakespeare workshop is an interactive introduction to Shakespeare's sonnets in a musical genre that kids can identify with.

Arts | Opus Osm

The latest Berg Orchestra concert of contemporary classical music took place in the basement of the Roxy Club Nov 4. It only left us wanting more.

Dining | The Prague Post

The strange American holiday built around turkey and pie is celebrated at a few places.

Cinema | The Prague Post

British Pathé film offers a nostalgic look at the Czech capital in the 1930s.

Arts | Radio Prague

Earlier this month, Cirk La Putyka and project manager Štepan Kubišta launched Jatka 78, a new theatre and experimental multi-media centre expected to bring new possibilities and new work to the Czech theatre and art scenes.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

"Go beyond the dominant voices to ask, 'Who are the missing voices.'" (Peter Ramsden)

Arts | Radio Prague

Singer Ida Kelarová is a singer, musician and choirmaster who performs some of the best Romany music to come out of the Czech Republic. But, ironically it was many years before she learnt of her Romany origin and was able to fully connect with her legacy.

Arts | Radio Prague

Anyone who listens to classical music knows that some pieces are good – and some are brilliant. Lucie Rohanová describes how pianist Michal Mašek also uses words to achieve this difference for a live audience.

Life | Prague Wandering

Hip hop pro thrusts her way up the dance ladder.