Thursday, 3 September 2015

Life

Artists and Prophets

Prague TV |
3 August 2015

Artists and Prophets at the National Gallery focusses on a forgotten group of artists from German-speaking countries at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries who saw themselves as modern-day messiahs.

Czech traditions are now interactive

The Prague Post |
3 August 2015

A new mobile app brings cultural heritage to all the senses

5,500 attended this year's Uherské Hradiště film school

ČTK |
3 Aug 2015

Five and a half thousand people attended this year’s Summer Film School in the south Moravian town of Uherské Hradiště, which came to an end on Saturday.

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Figure skating legend Ája Vrzáňová-Steindler dies at 84

Radio Prague |
3 August 2015

Prague-born Ája Vrzáňová-Steindler, the women’s world champion in 1949 and 1950 in Paris and London, has died at the age of 84.

Message of student solidarity still powerful after over seventy years

Radio Prague |
3 August 2015

One of the early atrocities of World War Two was the violent suppression of protests by Czech university students on 28 October 1939.

9 staggering truths about property rental laws

Prague TV |
31 July 2015

If you are either a tenant or a landlord in Czech Republic, here are some little-known facts about the new Civil Code governing rental contracts which came into effect from 01/2014.

Exhibition Trial staged in Prague criticises Russian judiciary

ČTK |
31 Jul 2015

The trial of former Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky has inspired curator Anton Litvin to stage an exhibition called Trial that was inaugurated in the Prague centre DOX on Thursday.

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Wall inscriptions by Terezín prisoners had been forgotten for decades, says researcher

Radio Prague |
31 July 2015

A team doing research at the former Terezín concentration camp in north Bohemia have just presented remarkable findings in the form of previously undocumented inscriptions made by Jewish prisoners in the walls of the fortress.

Dvůr Králové Zoo opens first lion safari in central and eastern Europe

Radio Prague |
31 July 2015

The Dvůr Králové Zoo which is known for its valiant efforts to try to save the Northern White Rhino, has a new attraction. This month it opened a lion safari – the only one of its kind in central and eastern Europe.

A miraculous escape???

Prague TV |
30 July 2015

or... what a lot of luck and a fantastic medical care system can do for you!

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