Sunday, 1 February 2015
Arts | The Prague Post

In the latest episode of the #mindpower project, the Czech TV host, actor and singer Marek Eben presents the Latvian poet Rainis at Karlovy Vary. The project is dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Rainis and his wife, the poet Aspazija.

Life | Prague TV

Anglo-American University's new campus officially opens next week when the Spring 2015 semester begins. Administrators decided to move from their previous location on Lázeňská street in order to accommodate the school's growing student body.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Cumberbatch soars in role of persecuted genius codebreaker Alan Turing.

Half-n-half | Half'n'half

Quality family time on a Sunday nature walk

Life | Prague TV

Prague.TV and MeinFernbus are giving away 5 free tickets (round trip) for 2 people.

Arts | ČTK

Prague's DOX gallery has launched an exhibition presenting nearly 200 front pages of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Arts | ČTK

Three posters by Vassily Kandinsky, a painting by Alexei Yavlensky and over 100 works by other artists that highlight the phenomenon of the Munich School of 1870-1918 are on display at a unique exhibition in Plzeň.

Arts | The Prague Post

The National Theater has been going off the beaten track recently to bring some life to its schedule. The latest addition to the repertoire is Mefistofele. Musically strong piece is hindered by a too-minimalist staging.

Arts | The Prague Post

Kafka's Quest, a.k.a. Kafka/Samsa is a quasi-realistic play by the late playwright Lu Hauser that imagines the family life of Gregor Samsa, the tragic victim of Kafka's Metamorphosis, and his friendship with an historic Yiddish Theater actor and actress in Prague, prior to the events of the famed novella.

Life | Prague TV

Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and gateway to the fertile vineyards of South Moravia.

Life | Prague TV

Where to watch Super Bowl XLIX - 2015 in Prague?

Life | Wales Online

The story of how a Welsh agricultural worker and his wife hid a member of the Czech Government in exile during World War Two has been revealed for the first time.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Combating prejudice, apathy and hearsay in Czech society is the goal of the 17th annual One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, whose motto is "Burst through your bubble!" The festival will take place March 2–11 in Prague before moving on to 33 other Czech cities.

Life | Radio Prague

Do you need a new shelf but you are fed up with going to IKEA again? Well, why not try making it yourself? If you don't have the space or the tools, you can visit a DIY workshop in the centre of Prague.

Life | Prague TV

For over a century, Poděbrady has been one of the most important Czech spa towns. This is chiefly thanks to its springs, stable weather, and harmonious environment on the banks of the Elbe river.