Monday, 17 June 2019

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Private radio celebrates 20 years with the anniversary of 'Radio Stalin'

Radio Prague |
25 October 2010

It was twenty years ago last week that the first privately-owned radio station went on the air in Czechoslovakia just after the Velvet Revolution.

Káťa Kabanová at National Theatre

Prague TV |
22 October 2010

The National Theatre opera company stages Leoš Janáček's Káťa Kabanová on Saturday, 23 October, as part of its 2010/11 season.

Getting schooled on Czech culture

Prague Post |
22 October 2010

Czech embassy officials were on hand for the ribbon cutting of the Czech Language and Cultural Center opened last week at Baku Slavic University in the Azerbaijani capital, the latest example of the Czech government exchanging a little cultural capital for the harder currency of positive diplomatic relations.

Overdue inventory

Prague Post |
22 October 2010

Hofmann brings a neglected German poet into English.

Soul exposure

Prague Post |
22 October 2010

IAMX returns to Prague to debut 'new, raw work'.

Persistence pays off

Prague Post |
22 October 2010

Dekka Dancers returns with a promising new performance.

Bird project teams experts and students

Prague Post |
22 October 2010

Schoolchildren help track shifting jackdaw population.

Science helps expand the suds-sipping experience

Prague Post |
22 October 2010

The creation of the first gluten-free Czech brew.

Beer culture

Prague Post |
22 October 2010

Bartending contest draws competitors from across the globe, produces hometown winner.

Member of congregation in North Carolina discusses history of Moravian Brothers

Radio Prague |
22 October 2010

Dall Wilson is a member of the Moravian Brothers in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a city where they have a strong tradition. Mr Wilson is an expert on the church and is planning a documentary about their origins in what is now the Czech Republic.

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