Monday, 18 February 2019

Life

28th anniversary of Rock Café

Prague TV |
11 January 2019

Bands Pio Squad, Timudej, and Ptakustik will play on the occasion of the 28th anniversary of Rock Café. Come to enjoy a long night in the oldest club in Prague!

Balkan Bashavel back in Rock Café

Prague TV |
11 January 2019

Hands up, Balkan Bashavel party is back! Be prepared for balkan beats, gypsy madness, cumbia, reggae and other world music genres.

Radio Wave's 13th birthday

Prague TV |
11 January 2019

Radio Wave will celebrate it's 13th birthday traditionally in cooperation with Stimul festival and Lunchmeat studio. The event takes place at MeetFactory.

Thirsty Thursday

Prague TV |
10 January 2019

It's Thursday and you're what?! Thirsty! La Loca will make your thirst vanish.

Karaoke night & bottle Thursday

Prague TV |
10 January 2019

Every Thursday we have our Karaoke night & bottle night where you can dance and sing to the beats of the DJ while enjoying a nice bottle at a discounted price.

Brno zoo reports record number of visitors in 2018

Brno Daily |
9 January 2019

One of biggest attractions at the Brno zoo last year were the lion cubs born at the end of 2017. New exhibitions completed in recent years also played a significant role in the number of visitors.

Letná ice rink more popular this year

Prague TV |
9 January 2019

The Letná public ice rink is becoming increasingly popular. The rink on Prague 7 can be used until Feb. 24 for free.

La Loca Karaoke Championship

Prague TV |
9 January 2019

Get ready for La Loca's regular Karaoke Championship supported by an amazing sound system Meyersound.

Czech Eurovision songs unveiled

Prague TV |
9 January 2019

Eight songs are competing to represent the Czech Republic in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. The winning song will be selected by the public using a phone app. Voting is possible up until Jan. 21, and the winner will be announced Jan. 28.

Jaroslav Peprník - Learning English the hard way in wartime and beyond

Radio Prague |
9 January 2019

Today, nine out of 10 Czech children are learning English at school. It seems strange that for decades English was considered the language of the enemy – first by Nazi Germany, which occupied present-day Czechia; and later by the communist totalitarian regime. This is the story of an extraordinary man for whom English was a lifelong passion no matter who was in power.

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