Sunday, 16 December 2018

Life

Old music from the New World

Prague Post |
14 May 2010

At Prague Spring, a sweet taste of a rich American tradition.

International authors headline annual book fair

Prague Post |
14 May 2010

Four-day Book World is expected to draw tens of thousands.

Digging up Brahe

Prague Post |
14 May 2010

A search for clues to the famous astronomer's death - and life.

Fair trade week underway in Prague

Radio Prague |
13 May 2010

This week marks fair trade week in the Czech Republic and the main focus is on coffee.

Out of farmland, a Buddhist temple grows

The Christian Science Monitor |
12 May 2010

Twenty years after the fall of communism, Czechs are continuing to open up to the world. In the former Soviet satellite's southern countryside, a Buddhist temple is being built on an old farm.

Woven Hand plays Akropolis

Prague TV |
12 May 2010

Woven Hand returns to Prague on Wednesday, 19 May, this time for a show at Palác Akropolis.

Czechs in Afghanistan: Teach a man to farm and you feed him for a lifetime

Radio Prague |
12 May 2010

Christian Falvey reports from the north of the war-stricken country on the educational programmes of the Czech charity foundation People in Need.

Czech Beer Festival 2010

Prague TV |
11 May 2010

The Czech Beer Festival returns to the PVA Letnaňy exhibition center, Friday, 14 May through Sunday, 30 May.

Czechs rebrand communist holidays

BBC News |
11 May 2010

A Czech travel agency is offering package holidays for people nostalgic for the trade union perks of communist Czechoslovakia, when factory workers were bussed off to recuperate from the daily grind.

Tomáš Škrdlant: giving a voice to the marginalised

Radio Prague |
11 May 2010

Tomáš Škrdlant is one of the Czech Republic's foremost documentary film makers. Much of his work has focused on the lives of people living on the margins of society: sometimes because of disability, sometimes old age, or simply because they are different.

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