Friday, 20 April 2018

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World's largest Franz Josef I coins collection to be auctioned in Prague

Radio Prague |
12 April 2018

The biggest collection of coins featuring Habsburg Emperor Franz Josef I, which is estimated to worth 100 million crowns, will be auctioned in Prague next week.

'Honest Guide' Janek Rubeš discusses YouTube series with Brno Daily

Brno Daily |
12 April 2018

Now enjoying a significant amount of fame both at home and abroad, the down-to-earth Janek Rubeš sat down with Brno Daily to chat about his work.

Vinohradská repairs postponed

Prague TV |
12 April 2018

Prague is postponing the renovation of the lower part of Vinohradská třída, and it is not planned for this year.

What's Up Prague: Whiskyfest by Barlife

Prague TV |
12 April 2018

Join Julia on her Whiskey tasting tour at Whiskyfest by Barlife at Továrna in Prague 7.

Sports associations want more money for sport grounds

ČTK |
11 Apr 2018

Representatives of sport associations and leagues demand that the government allocate more money for the construction and development of sport grounds whose current state is neglected and untenable, the chairman of the Czech Sports Union (CUS), Miroslav Jansta, told journalists on Tuesday.

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CEFL 2018 - PBP vs. Swarco Raiders Tirol

Prague TV |
11 April 2018

Prague Black Panthers play against Austria's SWARCO Raiders Tirol on Sunday at Viktoria Žižkov stadium.

Kotlářka Praha vs. Skokani Olomouc

Prague TV |
11 April 2018

The season 2018 pass of and Kotlářka will play again on the home field against Skokani Olomouc. On Saturday, April 14th.

Geologists find fragment of prehistoric Venus sculpture in Brno

ČTK |
11 Apr 2018

Geologists from Brno's Masaryk University discovered a fragment of a ceramic Venus sculpture approximately 6,500 years old in Brno and did so during surface collection, which makes the find unique, geologist Petr Gadas told ČTK.

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Martin Šmok: Long-lasting constructs of enemy being used to fuel levels of hatred unseen since war

Radio Prague |
11 April 2018

Martin Šmok moved to the US in the 1990s to work with the USC Shoah Foundation, which has recorded video interviews with more than 50,000 Holocaust survivors. Long back in Prague, he remains a senior international program consultant with the project and is also active in the field of education.

Czech astronomer has international impact with night sky images

Radio Prague |
11 April 2018

Czech astronomer Petr Horálek started his career at the Academy of Science's Astronomical Institute. During this time, he fell in love with astrophotography, becoming one of the most respected Czechs in the field. Horálek specializes in capturing rare night-sky phenomena and hopes that his unique shots will draw attention to the problem of light-pollution.

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