Saturday, 28 February 2015

Life

Rare World War II bomber may get Czechoslovak markings

The Prague Post |
22 January 2015

The Vickers Wellington was the type of plane used by the 311th Czechoslovak Bomber Squadron

Park Lane International School Open Day

Prague TV |
21 January 2015

Park Lane International School is holding an open day this Thursday.

Foreigners.cz and Prague.TV January MeetUp!

Prague TV |
21 January 2015

We will be having our first 2015 MeetUp on Thursday, 22 January!

Mefistofele will tempt at the State Opera

The Prague Post |
21 January 2015

Arrigo Boito's only opera puts the focus on the demon

Silent Lab - to feature at EXPO 2015 in Milan – combines Nature and High-tech

Radio Prague |
21 January 2015

Silent Lab is the name of an ambitious Czech installation featuring this year at Expo 2015 in Milan, which begins later this spring.

Popular children’s game Pexeso marks 50 years

Radio Prague |
21 January 2015

Pexeso, the Czech answer to Memory, is turning 50. The game, ever popular with children and their parents, traditionally consists of 32 identical pairs of drawings to be matched up.

Fibich: Romance scored, sealed, & delivered

Opus Osm |
20 January 2015

A composer who enjoys writing letters can express himself twice. Such was the case with Czech composer Zdeněk Fibich (1850-1900), as a recent performance at The Atrium gorgeously demonstrated.

Giovanni Mazziotta @ Napa Bar

Prague TV |
20 January 2015

Composer and guitar player from Rio de Janeiro, Giovanni Mazziotta, presents a swinging mix of his own music this Wednesday.

Festival aims to embolden Czechs to try exotic foods, says founder Pavel Maurer

Radio Prague |
20 January 2015

The 2015 Grand Restaurant Festival, an event that allows many to dine at the sort of high-end eateries they otherwise mightn't be able to afford, has just kicked off in Prague and dozens of other Czech cities and towns.

Czech silly walkers pay tribute to Monty Python

The Nation / AFP |
19 January 2015

Nicole Schickova adjusts her unruly fake moustache, as crucial to her outfit as her bowler hat, and takes two comical giant steps, thrusting her leg up as far as it will go, before dragging her rear foot over.

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