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Le maximum pleasure principle

Prague Post |
14 September 2010

Nouvelle Vague's cool approach to cover songs.

Born in Bohemia…but forgotten by Czechs?

Radio Prague |
13 September 2010

What do Sigmund Freud, Gustav Mahler and Ferdinand Porsche have in common? Most of us would assume that these well-known personalities were all born in Germany or Austria, but all of them, in fact, started life in what is now the Czech Republic.

Za Dveřmi festival opens

Prague TV |
10 September 2010

The international outdoor and street theatre festival Za Dveřmi (Behind the Doors) takes place at various venues in Prague from Thursday, 9 September, through Sunday, 19 September.

Psychological bounties

Prague Post |
10 September 2010

Zweig revival continues with a novella's new translation.

Musical lunch box

Prague Post |
10 September 2010

The Rudolfinum offers a classy weekday respite.

Czech Philharmonic to again have new director

Prague Post |
10 September 2010

Leader musicians term 'puppet' resigns under pressure.

Developing rapport

Prague Post |
10 September 2010

A former Prague expat couple takes the road less traveled.

Czechs mark 700-year-old wedding anniversary

Radio Prague |
10 September 2010

Exhibitions, lectures and a commemorative silver coin have all been lined up to mark the marriage which started a new dynasty of Bohemian kings.

The boys are back in town

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
9 September 2010

Back on the bike again.

The National Museum, a monumental backdrop to modern Czech history

Radio Prague |
9 September 2010

No visitor to Prague can fail to admire the beautiful National Museum, the dominant feature atop the long boulevard of Wenceslas Square.

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