Wednesday, 1 July 2015

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Blues-rock band Krausberry set to release new album

Radio Prague |
12 May 2015

The Czech blues and rock band Krausberry, co-founded in 1984 by frontman Martin Kraus, will release a new double-album on May 15 featuring 31 songs in the order they were recorded, including rarities which were released on vinyl only in the mid-1980s The newest song on the album, which marks Kraus’ 60th birthday, is Nastydlá (Caught a cold) from 2007.

Vladimír Hanzel: Part 1

Radio Prague |
12 May 2015

Few people were as close to Václav Havel as his secretary of 14 years, Vladimír Hanzel.

Roxette coming to O2 Arena

The Prague Post |
11 May 2015

Swedish duo celebrates three decades with a world tour.

A forgotten wartime play about Czechoslovakia's first president

Radio Prague |
11 May 2015

The play, recorded in English, tells the life story of the first Czechoslovak President Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk.

Head of best Czech aerobatic group is 66-year-old grandmother of two

The News Hub |
6 May 2015

Part of the air show Aero India 2015 held in February was a twenty-minute stunt performed by a Czech aerobatic team called Flying Bulls. The head of the team is Czech pilot Radka Máchová.

Pavel Petr: Czech Professor of German literature a devotee of poetry and culture

The Sydney Morning Herald |
6 May 2015

Dr Pavel Petr grew up in the Old Town in Prague and often referred to the fact that a plaque on the facade of the house was inscribed "Renovated 1608".

Dates announced for this year's Forum 2000 Conference

Prague Daily Monitor |
5 May 2015

The upcoming 19th annual Forum 2000 Conference will be held 13-16 September under the working title "Democracy, Education and Citizenship".

Best panoramic viewpoints in Prague

The Prague Post |
5 May 2015

Prague is regarded as one of the world's most beautiful cities. But getting that perfect panoramic picture is a bit difficult. There are a few precise spots to go to that offer a great overview.

Countdown begins to Charles IV's 700th birthday

The Prague Post |
5 May 2015

Next year will mark 700 years since the birth of Charles IV. In light of this milestone many activities are being planned, along with a few audiovisual productions that are in the pipeline, too.

Anglo-American University officially opens its new campus

Prague Connect |
5 May 2015

The university invited friends and distinguished guests to an official unveiling ceremony. One of the institution's founders, Jansen Raichl; and even the U.S. ambassador, Andrew Schapiro, among other notables, were on hand to offer their remarks.

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