Wednesday, 30 July 2014
Life | Radio Prague

The freshly released files of the so-called Mitrokhin archive shed light on Soviet intelligence activities during the Prague Spring of 1968.

Life | Prague Post

U.S. expat explains how she got here, what she loves about the Golden City, and why she wears a badge that asks 'Too soon?'

Life | Radio Prague

Kdyby tisíc klarinetů, or If a Thousand Clarinets, is a charming 1964 Czech musical film featuring a host of stars of the day.

Life | Prague TV

Kyle talks about the game, life in Prague and how American football is faring in Europe

Life | Radio Prague

If you are drawn to the rich Czech tradition of legend and fairytale, Marcela Sulak’s new translation of one of the classics of 19th century Czech poetry is a must. Karel Jaromír Erben’s collection of ballads, “A Bouquet” was first published in 1853, and since then has been read by generations of Czech children and parents alike.

Life | SurferToday

A hardcore group of surfers has developed the first river surf spot in the Czech Republic. You can find it in Brandys nad Labem, a small town located on the banks of the Elbe River.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor/PTV

Before the final of the 2014 Czech League of American Football championships Prague TV met with American Prague Black Panthers player Kyle Newhall-Caballero to chat with him about the game, life in Prague and how American football is faring in Europe.

Life | Prague Post

A garden party in Riegrovy sady, one of the hottest spots of the city, will be taking place Aug. 2. It is a pre-party to James Arthur's already sold-out performance the next day at the same park.

Cinema | Prague Post

With Ida, Polish filmmaker Paweł Pawlikowski may have created one of the most visually stunning motion pictures of all time.

Cinema | Prague TV

In the wake of a disaster that changed the world, the growing and genetically evolving apes find themselves at a critical point with the human race in the action movie Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. When Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he joins forces with fire and rescue helicopter Blade Ranger and his team to battle a massive wildfire in the animation Planes: Fire & Rescue.

Life | Radio Prague

This Wednesday saw the launch of the new Prague USE.IT map, the fourth edition of a map which takes visitors off the beaten path.

Arts | Prague Post

Icon from the 1960s sings his own hits plus songs he wrote for others including 'My Way'.

Arts | Prague Post

James Arthur is back – the X Factor winner is now performing in Prague for the second time, after a sold out show at Lucerna Music Bar this March.

Cinema | Prague Post

Helena Koutná, KVIFF's best-known interpreter, has a way with words.

Life | The Washington Post

Two young Czech adventurers built a pedal boat made entirely of empty plastic bottles. They plan to sail the boat from the Czech Republic town of Nymburk to Hamburg in Germany.