Friday, 7 August 2020


Honest News: Goat walking across Charles Bridge

Honest Guide |
12 May 2020

Janek's childhood dream was to be a news host. So he tried it.

Spending a month with Czech freeskier Daniel Hanka

Teton Gravity Research |
15 May 2020

Erwan Lier, a French engineer with a love for skiing, got time off work to travel to the Czech Republic and film with Czech freeskier Daniel Hanka. The two had never met before.

Lawrence Saywell: The Australian who fought with Czech partisans

Radio Prague |
11 May 2020

May 8 is the 75th anniversary of VE Day. It is also the anniversary of the death of Lawrence Saywell, the last Australian soldier killed in the war in Europe.

Prague Uprising - battle for Czech capital may have helped end war in Europe sooner

Radio Prague |
11 May 2020

The Prague Uprising, which took place during the last days of the Second World War, was arguably the largest Czech combat outing on the territory of their state in the twentieth century. The specific impact of the various forces which took part in it remains a subject of heated discussion until this day.

Lest we forget, the Czechs became a free nation on May 8, 1945

Nina Hansen Machotka |
11 May 2020

Nina Hansen Machotka, who's late father-in-law Otakar Machotka was one of the leaders of the CNC in the Prague Uprising, wrote an article as a small tribute to the events that helped end WWII in Europe.

The last day of the quarantine: an experience

By Paul Lysek | Prague Daily Monitor |
7 May 2020

The quarantine is coming to an end slowly. For those who have children of school age it will continue for a couple more weeks, but for the most part things are really getting moving, naturally pending no "second wave" of virus infections, which at this stage remains undefined.

Day fifty-one of the quarantine: an experience

By Paul Lysek | Prague Daily Monitor |
6 May 2020

The city is coming back to life and so are we.

This episode is about You!

Honest Guide |
5 May 2020

Honza and Janek are really changing the ways tourists experience Prague and the Czech Republic. Watch the latest episode.

Day fifty of the quarantine: an experience

Prague Daily Monitor |
5 May 2020

First day at the office! When the alarm went off this morning I knew I had to get moving. Unlike the last seven weeks when I could hit snooze until one of my kids came over and hit me, I jumped up and prepared for the day.

Week seven of the quarantine: an experience

By Paul Lysek | Prague Daily Monitor |
4 May 2020

It has been seven weeks. For years we have heard everyone discuss their busy lives and the need for a break. We all got what we asked for. For us the lock-down was a giant simplification of life on one side, and a scary abyss of information on the other. The work behind all the outsourced things we take for granted was tremendous. What have we learned?

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