Thursday, 30 July 2015
Life | ČTK

The exhibition entitled "Artists and Prophets", which maps the artistic developments in German-speaking Europe at the end of the 19th century, was presented to journalists on the National Gallery's (NG) premises in the Trade Fair Palace in Prague yesterday.

Life | Prague TV

Austrian singer Conchita Wurst, winner of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, will be the headliner of the Prague Pride 2015 Opening Concert.

Life | Opus Osm

The Czech National Ballet's Ballet Gala had disappeared due to financial limitations. But its special June 21st edition made up for past lost chances.

Life | Radio Prague

The Moravian city of Brno has been marking a double anniversary this week: 183 years since the birth of the founder of modern genetics Gregor Mendel, and 150 years since his discovery that led to uncovering the science behind heredity.

Life | The Prague Post

Finnish band describes its music as ‘love metal’

Life | Prague TV

The Sunday Times hailed her as “the new Lauryn Hill” and said her debut album was as good as The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.

Life | ČTK

The 5th Prague Pride festival will culminate with the traditional carnival march in support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) community starting at 14:00 on Saturday, 15 August.

Life | Radio Prague

Croatian pilgrims travelling in folk costumes and on horse-drawn carts completed a roughly 1,000 kilometre journey from their homeland in Bosnia-Hercegovina to Mikulov in Moravia on Sunday to celebrate the final day of the annual Culture of Nations of Podyjí Festival.

Life | ČTK

Violinist and university teacher Václav Snítil died after a short illness at the age of 87 years in Prague on 19 July.

Life | Radio Prague

Prague-born world music artist Lenka Lichtenberg is today based in Canada and sings in many languages, including English, French, Hebrew and Yiddish.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Italian director’s début feature film attracted attention of top actress Alba Rohrwacher

Life | ČTK

The Czech music festival Colours of Ostrava opened with a concert by Bjork who presented her latest album Vulnicura in front of an audience of some 29,000 people last night.

Life | Prague TV

Great Fun on the Prague.TV Boat Party end of June - as promised, we are back by the end of July.... mark the date - Friday 31st of July!

Life | ČTK

The Prague zoo will transfer another four mares of the Przewalski horse, a rare species on the brink of extinction, to Mongolia next year so that they can reunite with the horses that were taken there from Prague and released in the wild in the past years, Miroslav Bobek has told the media.

Life | Radio Prague

We have often drawn from Czech Radio’s sound archives in our broadcasts, as they make up one of the richest radio archives in the world, offering insight into the history of this country going back well over eighty years.