Monday, 27 April 2015

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Syrian activist Nawfal describes her career in Prague

ČTK |
3 Mar 2015

Syrian teacher Souad Nawfal has received the Czech Homo Homini Prize for courage in promoting democracy and human rights.

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Aquamania

Prague TV |
4 March 2015

Toboggans, whirlpools, thermal pools, wild rivers and elegant spa baths: all of this and more are on offer at countless aqua parks, water worlds and balneo parks in the Czech Republic.

Populists helping ISIS sow fear, says sole Czech Muslim legislator Hassan Mezian

Radio Prague |
3 March 2015

Hassan Mezian is the only Muslim legislator in the Czech Parliament. The Social Democrat senator moved to Prague from Damascus to study medicine in 1967, and, apart from spells in his native Syria and elsewhere, has spent most of his life practicing in the central Bohemian town of Litoměřice.

Interview with children's book author Karen York

Prague Connect |
2 March 2015

Children aren't interested in adult guidebooks

Matějská pouť 2015

Radio Prague |
2 March 2015

The Most Famous Czech Fair is Back in Prague - Matějská pouť (St. Matthews Fair)

Murdered Russian politician Nemtsov honoured in Prague

ČTK |
2 Mar 2015

Tens of people yesterday attended a rally, staged by the Prague Maidan group, that honoured the memory of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov who was murdered in the centre of Moscow on Friday.

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Chair designed by Czech architect offers parents of premature children greater in-hospital privacy

Radio Prague |
2 March 2015

In this week’s Arts, meet the Prague-based architect and designer Petr Schwarzbeck.

Martin Reiner and a poet in the maelstrom of the 20th century

Radio Prague |
2 March 2015

It is not often that one book receives two major Czech literary awards within a few weeks, but that is just what happened at the end of last year in the case of Martin Reiner’s documentary novel Básník – in English “Poet”.

A Vietnamese paradise in the heart of the Czech Republic

Radio Prague |
2 March 2015

For anyone in the Czech Republic wanting to experience the freshest and most authentic Vietnamese dishes, my advice is: skip the travel agent – you don’t need a ticket to Vietnam.

Exhibition on Jews' hopes after war opens in Prague

ČTK |
26 Feb 2015

Post-war Czechoslovakia as a crossroads of thousands of displaced Jews who were fleeing pogroms or emigrating to the West and Palestine in the aftermath of World War Two is presented by a new exhibition in the Jewish Museum in Prague.

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