Tuesday, 4 August 2015
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.

Life | ČTK

Life-size wooden animal statues are being placed in the Krkonoše mountains. The project is to attract tourists to other localities in the park, apart from the most popular destinations.

Life | Prague TV

A beginner's guide to finding an apartment in the Czech capital.

Arts | Radio Prague

Singer Lenka Lichtenberg was born in Prague where she was a child star with the Semafor theatre in the 1960s. Several years after her emigration to Canada, and well into her career as a singer, she began performing songs in Yiddish.

Arts | Radio Prague

A travelling exhibition entitled The Bible: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow, on in the eastern city of Ostrava, is giving visitors the opportunity to view than 500 different versions of the "Good Book" but also other items including Biblical prints by Rembrandt.

Cinema | ČTK

Finnish film director Mika Kaurismaki received the annual prize of the Association of Czech Film Clubs for his contribution to world cinematography at the opening of the 41st Summer Film School on Friday.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Oscar-nominated composer Patrick Doyle will in Prague perform for the first time music he composed for several Shakespeare films.

Dining | Radio Prague

Havelská Koruna is a unique dining space in Prague, with a counter that includes over 40 different Czech dishes each day, and a long line of customers eagerly waiting for a budget lunch in the centre of Old Town.

Life | Prague TV

Mosaic House ft. La Loca present networking event MIX @ SIX that will make you forget about how much we all dislike Mondays.

Life | Prague TV

An at-a-glance guide to some expat-friendly hospitals, clinics, dentists and ob-gyns.