Thursday, 2 October 2014
Life | The Prague Post

After one year of restoration work, 'A Scholar in His Study' returns to the Sternberk Palace

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

The 18th annual Forum 2000 conference, titled Democracy and Its Discontents: A Quarter-Century After the Iron Curtain and Tiananmen will be attended this year by a record number of more than 170 delegates, including Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

Cinema | The Prague Post

'Unlocked' will be shot in Czech capital in the autumn

Cinema | The Prague Post

U.S. director Eliza Hittman’s début film takes top award at one of Prague’s best-known film festivals

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

The Globe Bookstore and Café will be featuring Czech-American author, Victoria Dougherty on October 6. Ms. Dougherty will be reading from her novel, The Bone Church, which is set in Prague.

Life | Radio Prague

When I asked Paul Goldsmith by phone if he knew where Czech Radio was he said, I think so, but the last time I saw it it was on fire.

Life | Radio Prague

Around 30 travelers in period costumes on Saturday marked the 111th anniversary of the founding of the first electrified railway route in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the so-called 'Bechyňka' from Tábor to Bechyně, boarding an historic train called the Elinka.

Life | Radio Prague

Legendary American singer Tony Bennett performed in Prague on Saturday - just his second appearance in the capital.

Life | Radio Prague

Motifs from traditional Moravian folk dress, known as 'kroje', are enjoying new popularity in modern fashion, both casual and higher-end.

Life | Radio Prague

Piotrek Gawlinski is a young Polish tour guide who has been happily based in the Czech capital for several years.

Cinema | The Prague Post

The Czech Film and Television Academy (ČFTA) has selected Andrea Sedláčková's Fair Play as the Czech Republic's official entry in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 87th Academy Awards, scheduled to take place Feb. 22, 2015.

Arts | Radio Prague

The first opera by Antonín Dvořák, Alfred, was performed for the first time ever with the original German libretto on Wednesday night at the Dvořák's Prague festival, which is currently underway in the Czech capital.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Czech director Zdeněk Jiráský didn't set out to make one of the most unconventional films of the year, but that is exactly what his first feature since the release of the award-winning Flower Buds (Poupata) ended up as.

Arts | Opus Osm

Meddling, back-stabbing, and decadent betrayal: a timeless equation, but this piece was made to disparage the likes of Marie Antoinette. Welcome to the Czech National Ballet's performance of Valmont.

Cinema | Prague TV

Don't miss this week's movie premieres! Before I Go To Sleep, The Maze Runner and more...