Friday, 27 May 2016
Life | Radio Prague

'Dreams of a Great Small Nation' is a book by US scholar and historian Kevin J McNamara. It traces the circumstances surrounding the exploits of the Czechoslovak legion during WWI and in particular their takeover of the Trans-Siberian railway and most of Siberia in 1918.

Life | Radio Prague

What kind of challenges does migration present for cities around the world? How could cities benefit from the influx of migrants? And is Prague ready to accept new residents? These are just some of the topics at the core of this year's annual reSITE conference and festival which gets under way in Prague in just a few weeks' time.

Life | Radio Prague

Charles IV, the 14th-century Holy Roman emperor and King of Bohemia, is without doubt one of the greatest figures of Czech history and with the upcoming anniversary of his birth, a great many events are taking place to mark his legacy.

Arts | ČTK

South Korean pianist Park Jinhyung and British trumpeter Huw Morgan have won the 68th Prague Spring international music contest and they were presented with the prize carrying 200,000 crowns at a ceremony at Prague's Old Town Hall on Sunday.

Life | Prague TV

Mosaic House and La Loca proudly present the regular rooftop event that has overcome its expectations last year. Now you can experience our rooftop again every other Monday from 6pm.

Life | Prague TV

Us Lights, is a newish dark-pop band from members of the Brothers Young and Hurtbird (among lots of other Portland bands).

Life | Radio Prague

Last Saturday Trabant fans from around the country descended on Prague’s Motol district, in the western suburbs of the city, for the opening of the one-and-only Trabant Museum in the Czech Republic.

Life | Prague TV

Celebration of St. John Nepomuk culminates with water concert and fireworks

Life | Prague TV

Movie review: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

Life | Prague TV

The Prague Food Festival will be celebrating its 10th birthday at the Palace Gardens on May 27th – 29th.

Life | ČTK

The exhibition The Second Life of Charles IV, reflecting the perception of this ruler, King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor, in various periods of Czech history, opened in Karolinum, the seat of Charles University, yesterday.

Life | Radio Prague

Gabriela Gunčíková will make history in Stockholm on Saturday night when she becomes the first Czech to take part in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Life | Prague TV

Electro Swing Fever is known as the main electro-swing party project in the Czech Republic

Arts | Radio Prague

Arches in Prague's Negrelli Viaduct in the city's Karlín district are to be converted into bars, galleries and even a cinema during the summer months, according to plans outlined by organisers the Centre for Central European Architecture.

Life | ČTK

The National Technical Museum in Prague has prepared the exhibition "Civitas Carolina - Building under the Reign of Charles IV" on the occasion of the 700th anniversary of his birth.