Thursday, 18 October 2018

Life

Prague overrun by friendly people... when will it all end?

Radio Prague |
23 August 2010

Some people say that Czechs are unfriendly. Obviously, such people are simply not in the right place at the right time.

ProtiMysl – a blog dedicated to the latest trends in ČR

Radio Prague |
20 August 2010

Barbora Jarešová's website ProtiMysl shows that there is more to Prague than dumplings, beer and art nouveau buildings.

The Czechoslovak legions: myth, reality, gold and glory

Radio Prague |
19 August 2010

The Czechoslovak legions occupy an almost legendary place in Czech history.

History's sideshow

Prague Post |
16 August 2010

Jáchym Topol's latest novel retells the events of 1968.

Oldřich Škácha – photographer of Havel and others

Radio Prague |
13 August 2010

In his basement studio in the Šelmberkovský Palace in Prague's Malá Strana, Oldřich Škácha is visibly amused as he points out a shot he took in 1991. It features then finance minister Václav Klaus, grinning broadly, flanked by two bunny girls at a Playboy ball. Škácha says he likes to exhibit the picture today as a little jab at the president.

Out of the ashes

Prague Post |
13 August 2010

For GB Theatre Company, the show must go on.

Bigger than Balkan

Prague Post |
13 August 2010

Beirut expands their brass-based sound by going south of the border.

Sacred sights and sounds

Prague Post |
13 August 2010

A 14th-century church transforms into a premier club.

Going rogue

Prague Post |
13 August 2010

There is guerrilla war, guerrilla marketing and then there are the Guerrilla Knitters.

A walk across Prague's Charles Bridge

Radio Prague |
12 August 2010

In this edition of Spotlight, we walk across the bridge with architect Martin Krise from a preservationists' association called the Club for Ancient Prague.

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