Saturday, 28 March 2020
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If you hear your neighbors break out in song today shortly after 12:30, don't be alarmed. In fact, you can join in along with them as the country stands in solidarity against coronavirus.

Life | Brno Daily

Despite the existential gloom that has befallen the city of Brno and the world, it is important to keep a brave face for your children. Self-imposed quarantine can be made bearable with an afternoon bowl of buttered popcorn, two screens to access the internet, some fresh air and the ability to watch a cat moving around in the garden.

Life |

Those who need a little extra calm in their lives during these stressful times can turn to online meditation with the Tibet Open House. The Prague-based organization is offering mindfulness and meditation sessions this week with the Residential Lama of Open Tibet House, Geshe Yeshi Gawa.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

So it is day eight of the home-office/quarantine and I am starting to wonder if we are the only family doing this. The neighborhood kids were out playing football today, the cars were humming by as usual, visitors arriving at the neighbors. Has the world moved on without us?

Life | Honest Guide

The street where 1 million people walk each day. What does it look like now with the current situation? Join us for this lonely video-tour to see the city centre without tourists.

Arts | Radio Prague

In her new book, performer and choreographer Miřenka Čechová draws on her years as a pre-teen and teenage student at Prague's Dance Conservatory, detailing extreme physical demands and constant psychological pressure.

Life | Sport | Radio Prague

Dana Zátopková – one of the greatest Czech sportswomen of all time and a national sweetheart – died last Friday at the blessed age of 97.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

I have a friend who thinks this whole lock-down is nonsense. He reckons calculating in the economic fallout, the increase in domestic violence, increased divorce rates etc. more harmful than if we all just took our chances. After a week of self-isolation from the outside world, I am beginning to wonder.

Life | Radio Prague

There are more than half a million foreigners living in the Czech Republic, according to data from the Ministry of Interior. With the COVID-19 epidemic in full swing across Europe they have found themselves in a strange situation in recent weeks.

Arts |

Prague is filled with hidden art that even long-term residents are unaware of. Take a virtual tour of some of Prague's obscure public art.

Arts | Radio Prague

Known for her three and a half octave soprano voice and down to earth character, Eva Pilarová remained a popular personality and singer until the day she died, aged 80, on March 14, 2020.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

The routine is starting to get set. I cannot say it is the most productive of times, but certainly brings us all closer together. Paul Lysek describes day three of the quarantine.

Life | UniMedia

Students at Charles University's medical faculties wasted little time in pooling their strengths in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, with many volunteering to help even before the government passed a key resolution making it mandatory. One of them is David Kulišiak.

Life | Broadband TV News

The Czech public broadcaster Česká Televize will launch a new channel on Monday, March 23. Known as ČT3, it will be aimed at the elderly, who are the most vulnerable group in society during the national emergency.

Life | Radio Prague

There are about 1.5 million children and teenagers enrolled in Czech elementary and secondary schools who must stay at home due to the coronavirus outbreak. Teachers are expected to keep in touch with them via e-mail and other online media. How are they managing?