Friday, 21 April 2017
Life | Prague TV

The Castle Alpine Rock Garden at Průhonice Park reopens on April 20, after being closed for two years for a CZK 30 million project.

Arts | Prague TV

Fans will get a chance to see remaining Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor with new singer Adam Lambert performing the classic songs at Prague's O2 Arena on November 1, 2017.

Life | Prague TV

Rumfest will take place on May 20 at Žluté lázně. Thanks to last year success, when Rumfest attended more than 1,200 rum lovers, the organizers decided to change the location to provide visitors more comfort.

Dining | Radio Prague

Prague's embankments have become the heart of community life in recent years. For the fourth year in a row, the Smíchov riverside now hosted the largest street food festival in the country.

Arts | Prague TV

Suffering of rich people in a satellite town

Life | ČTK

Edgar de Bruin, Dutch Czech studies scholar, translator and literary agent, will receive the Jiri Theiner Award, bestowed on those who significantly help spread and promote Czech literature in the world at the Book World fair and festival, its spokeswoman Jana Chalupova told CTK on Tuesday.

Life | ČTK

The Prague zoo welcomed yesterday the 60 millionth visitor in its history dating back to 1931, its director Miroslav Bobek has tweeted. The zoo started its 86th season in March.

Cinema | Prague TV

The lack of a museum to honor film history in Prague inspired students of the Film Studies department at Charles University to found NaFilM, their own Czech National Film Museum.

Cinema | Prague TV

Prague's kino Aero is celebrating Jack's 80th birthday with a three-day festival with seven films on April 18, 19 and 21, ending one day before his actual birthday.

Life | Prague TV

Prague Zoo has a new female giraffe named Nsia. The seven year old Nubian giraffe comes from Marwell Zoo in England.

Life | Radio Prague

The Prague Animal Protection Association is an NGO which helps abandoned, injured, sick and abused animals, mainly in and around Prague.

Life | Radio Prague

A humble man born in South Bohemia later became one of the first saints in the United States. John Neumann actually studied for the priesthood in what was the then Bohemia, part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, but he could not get ordained in his homeland and so emigrated to the US.

Life | ČTK

Three precious wood-carvings that adorned the local Way of Sorrows, but disappeared for decades were unveiled to the public at the Bezdez Castle on Friday.

Arts | Prague TV

Suffering of rich people in a satellite town

Life | Prague TV

From April 20th till April 23rd 2017, the New Town City Hall will host the 39th Antique Fair.