Friday, 19 July 2019


Every team has its fans in Riegrovy sady

Radio Prague |
17 June 2010

In the week since the tournament began, one Prague locale in particular stands out as "the" place to watch the games; not just for Praguers, but also for the tens of thousands of foreigners who inhabit the Czech capital.

Little rides, lovely ladies, big fun

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
15 June 2010

The path from Černý Vůl to Roztoky is great because it's almost entirely free of traffic.

Cold war nuclear bomb shelter

The Journeys of Captain Oddsocks |
2 June 2010

A toadstool of reinforced concrete growing at the base of the Bezruč gardens city walls conceals the entrance to Olomouc's newest historic attraction.

A remarkable book tells a story of resilience and courage

Radio Prague |
1 June 2010

Not many people have their first book published when they are over 80, but Jaroslava Skleničková is a remarkable exception.

Light at the end of the tunnel for Prague cyclists

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
31 May 2010

Prague will have its own bike tunnel to brag about at 350 meters long, going under the iconic Žižkov monument on top of the Vítkov hill.

Czechs in Afghanistan VIII: Spinning wool into gold

Radio Prague |
19 May 2010

In the next edition of Radio Prague's series on Czechs in Afghanistan, Christian Falvey sees how Czech aid workers are supporting a unique and renowned local industry with a simple innovation.

Ancient castle, fields of gold, horny hares

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
17 May 2010

Lots of cool stuff out there -- fields of rainslicker-yellow rapeseed almost humming with color; a picturesque country church; and the ruins of a 14th-century castle. And snails. Lots of snails.

Czechs in Afghanistan Pt. IV

Radio Prague |
5 May 2010

There are few organisations of its kind that work as closely with beneficiaries in far-removed parts of the world and live like the People in Need do.

Carrying on the tradition

Prague Post |
21 April 2010

Though Duke Ellington passed away in 1974, his orchestra is still alive and well, currently led by his grandson Paul Mercer Ellington. Their concert at Lucerna tonight will be the orchestra's debut performance in the Czech Republic.

The inside story of the history of Prague's Pankrác prison

Radio Prague |
22 April 2010

Pankrác is a byword in the Czech Republic for the large prison that stands a little way outside the centre of Prague.

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