Saturday, 22 September 2018

Life

Michelle Obama petitions Rabbi Loew during Prague visit

Radio Prague |
7 April 2009

While her husband spent the day in talks with EU leaders, Mrs Obama went on a tour of Prague's old Jewish ghetto.

You could be of any nationality and still feel Czechoslovak

Radio Prague |
7 April 2009

Author Peter Demetz talks about his life in pre-war Prague.

Czech author Kundera turns 80

Radio Prague |
2 April 2009

Perhaps the best known Czech author in the world today, Milan Kundera, turned 80 on Wednesday.

Czech researchers map crew's behaviour on simulated Mars flight

Radio Prague |
2 April 2009

Czech researchers are monitoring relationships and communication among the crew as well as potential points of conflict during a 105-day simulated trip to Mars.

Sounds of the season

Prague Post |
3 April 2009

A great lineup for Prague's inaugural Easter music festival.

Musher Jana Henychová on dog sledding

Radio Prague |
3 April 2009

Last month Czech dog sled racer Jana Henychová made history by becoming the first female foreign national to take part in Norway’s Finnmarkslopet, the world’s northern-most race.

'Hooligans and swindlers': the communist regime and the Plastic People

Radio Prague |
3 April 2009

In the 1970s the communist authorities tolerated popular music as long as it was insipid, colourless and unoriginal – everything that the Czech psychedelic rock band The Plastic People of the Universe most definitely was not.

Easter in Prague

Expats.cz |
1 April 2009

The Easter holiday is full of fun traditions in the Czech Republic.

It felt like a secret

Gusto |
31 March 2009

Koliba, a chalet-style restaurant in the forest near Roztoky, burned to the ground 22 March.

Pavel Šporcl - Not your everyday violin virtuoso

Radio Prague |
30 March 2009

In the Czech Republic and increasingly even abroad, violinist Pavel Šporcl enjoys the kind of name recognition that aspiring rock stars dream of.

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