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Lidice film set to start shooting despite withdrawal of director Alice Nellis

Radio Prague |
10 June 2010

A planned film about the massacre has been delayed for some years due to funding problems. Now the film's producer has been forced to announce yet another piece of bad news. Alice Nellis, who was originally meant to direct the film, has had to step back from the project due to illness.

Karel Čapek

Expats.cz |
9 June 2010

A look at the Czech author's prose.

Czechs in Afghanistan

Radio Prague |
9 June 2010

Christian Falvey returns to the NATO base at Kabul International Airport to visit the most celebrated Czech army unit of past and present, the Radiological, Chemical and Biological Protection Brigade.

Upcoming Prague concerts

Prague TV |
8 June 2010

Guide to the coming months' biggest and best gigs.

Comedy creator Ladislav Smoljak dies aged 78

Radio Prague |
8 June 2010

One of the greats of Czech film and theatre, Ladislav Smoljak, died at the age of 78 at the weekend.

Alchemy Reading at Globe

Prague TV |
7 June 2010

Reading followed by open mic music, prose, poetry and mayhem.

Rock legend Vladimír Mišík releases new album Lost Autumn

Radio Prague |
7 June 2010

The legend among Czech rock musicians, singer and songwriter Vladimír Mišík, is back.

There's something about sunshine on new leaves

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
4 June 2010

For a weird little town-that-time-forgot, Kralupy nad Vltavou has a very progressive pedestrian and cyclists' bridge over the river.

Czechs in Afghanistan, Pt. X: What the future holds

Radio Prague |
3 June 2010

As Radio Prague's series on Czechs in Afghanistan winds down, Christian Falvey reports on the feelings about the future among the people working there, Czech and Afghan alike.

Cypress Hill: We still tell it like it is

Prague Post |
2 June 2010

Hip-hoppers in a new state of mind, but mind-altering substances still play a role.

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