Sunday, 31 August 2014
Life | Radio Prague

In the late 1980s, the city of Brno boasted a vibrant rock scene with one of its major fixtures being the band Dunaj.

Life | Radio Prague

Adam Štěch writes for the leading Czech design magazine Dolce Vita, as well as high-end international outlets like the website Coolhunting and Mark magazine.

Life | Radio Prague

Old Town Square in the middle of a typically busy tourist-filled summer’s day. Along one side are several food stalls, which are a relatively new feature for the Old Town.

Arts | The Prague Post

International festival promises to overwhelm Prague with 'cultural adrenaline'.

Life | Radio Prague

The recent discovery of a 1,000 year-old church at Prague's historical Vyšehrad fort has excited experts who believe it could shed light on the nation's early Christian history.

Life | The Prague Post

Škoda is at the starting line of this year's Sachsen Classic with no fewer than eight legendary cars from its 119-year company history.

Life | The Prague Post

Who doesn't like chocolate? Well, it turns out that can be a complicated question. For some, chocolate is a bit bitter because the way is made, which often exploits the farmers while manufacturers and distributors reap high profits.

Life | Radio Prague

Each summer the small eastern Bohemian town of Dobruška becomes a home to dozens of people from around the world who come to reconnect with the language and customs of their Czech ancestors.

Cinema | The Prague Post

The two Australian cities with the most significant Czech populations in the country, Melbourne and Sydney, are hosting the second annual Czech and Slovak Film Festival of Australia (CaSFFA).

Cinema | Prague TV

A group of mutated warriors face off against an evil kingpin who wants to take over New York in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. A married couple wake up to discover that the sex tape they made the evening before has gone missing, leading to a frantic search for its whereabouts in the comedy Sex Tape.

Half-n-half | Half'n'half

Reflections on re-entry to our Czech life

Life | Prague Connect

The 18th annual Forum 2000 conference, called Democracy and Its Discontents: a Quarter-Century After the Iron Curtain and Tiananmen, is taking place from 12 to 15 October in Prague and in other central European cities.

Arts | The Prague Post

The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra has begiu the first of its four European tours this August and September. They will perform at 12 different concerts in Austria, the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Slovakia.

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.