Thursday, 2 July 2020

Life

Baby got bike, or back to the Bakerloo

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
12 April 2011

I loaded my bike up in the back of my car and headed into the city. I was intent on riding the Bakerloo Run again.

The history and mysteries of Zbiroh Chateau

Radio Prague |
12 April 2011

Zbiroh Chateau has stood on its hill between the Křivoklátské and Brdy Forests since the 12th century, a beautiful thing, wistfully recalled in the famous melody by Václav Vačkář, "A Memory of Zbiroh".

AI specialist developing ways of improving aviation and protecting ships from pirates

Radio Prague |
12 April 2011

Though still only in his late 30s, Professor Michal Pěchouček is an internationally recognised expert in the field of artificial intelligence.

From Karel Čapek to Graham Greene: a Scottish poet's memories of Prague

Radio Prague |
11 April 2011

Edwin Muir is one of Scotland's best loved poets and along with his wife Willa he is also remembered as the translator who first introduced Franz Kafka to English readers.

Black Mountain plays Lucerna

Prague TV |
8 April 2011

Black Mountain brings their psych-rock to Lucerna Music Bar on Friday, 8 April.

Does It Offend You, Yeah?

Prague Post |
8 April 2011

British four-piece burns bridges and turns heads.

Czech Dance Platform

Prague Post |
8 April 2011

Annual festival returns with most extensive program yet.

The real McCoy (Tyner)

Prague Post |
8 April 2011

Jazz royalty convenes at Prague Castle.

Nonprofit helps Jewish families trace their ancestry

Prague Post |
8 April 2011

Toledot's genealogical database compiles historical records for searches.

A journey into the world of darkness

Prague Post |
8 April 2011

Exhibit allows visitors to experience daily struggle of the blind.

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