Friday, 6 May 2016

Life

New book celebrates iconic Communist-era family house

Radio Prague |
20 April 2016

A new book, which has just been released by the PositiF publishing house, is mapping the phenomenon of the so-called Šumperák, probably the most famous family house design in Communist Czechoslovakia.

Riverside School early years open days

Prague TV |
19 April 2016

Riverside School in Prague's Bubeneč invites you to come and explore its programme for the youngest.

Paris versus Prague

Prague TV |
19 April 2016

While there are similarities on the surface, when it comes to food and drink and general joie de vivre there are big differences between Prague and Paris.

Prague zoo is first in Europe to breed Javan green magpies

ČTK |
19 Apr 2016

The Prague zoo is the first in Europe to have succeeded in breeding Javan green magpies which are among the most endangered birds in the world, the garden's spokeswoman Jana Mysliveckova told CTK on Monday, adding that an estimated 100 to 250 of the birds live in the wild.

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Foreigners.cz & Prague.TV April MeetUp

Prague TV |
18 April 2016

If you are new to Prague or have been here for years come along for a drink and a chat, swap information, experiences and tips.

New project JEDU VODU fights for clean river and new boating culture

Prague Connect |
18 April 2016

Martin Pavljuk, Filip Hrdina and Martin Švarc, the trio behind the Jedu Vodu project, are launching a campaign to support new boating culture, services and cleaning of the river.

Interview with Liberland's Vít Jedlička

Radio Prague |
18 April 2016

A year ago, Czech politician Vít Jedlička and several colleagues proclaimed the world's newest micro-nation on a seven square kilometre stretch of disputed territory between Serbia and Croatia, known locally as Gornja Siga.

Karel IV: turbulent childhood and youth shape future king

Radio Prague |
18 April 2016

Karel IV was born on May 16, 1316, in Prague, the eldest son of King Jan of Luxembourg and Eliška. His parents represented the unification of the Luxembourg dynasty and the Přemyslid royal house which had succeeded in creating the Bohemian kingdom.

Biking off the cobblestone path

Prague Wandering |
15 April 2016

Top tips for renting a bike and staying on it

Sex: Comedy Prague’s favorite word

Prague Wandering |
15 April 2016

Penis and vagina jokes dominate the conversation at Prague’s English comedy nights

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