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Tradition, prestige and classic merrymaking

4 February 2010

The chilly days of February will be warmed with the smell of good food, the sound of lively music and the sight of vibrant color as businesses and individuals throughout the country take part in carnival season celebrations.

Singer Eva Pilarová marks 50 years in music with tour of ČR

Radio Prague |
4 February 2010

Eva Pilarová, one of the country’s best known jazz singers, is currently celebrating a remarkable 50 years on the stage.

Prague Castle's Golden Lane to close for renovation

Radio Prague |
3 February 2010

One of the Czech capital's most famous attractions, the picturesque Golden Lane up at Prague Castle, is set to be closed to the public for at least a year.

Czech VAT under reconstruction |
2 February 2010

Lucia Ráblová of Baker Tilly Czech Republic looks at the 2010 Tax Changes.

Weekly roundup

By Ivan Lamper | Respekt |
1 Feb 2010

Frost blanketed the Czech Republic. Temperatures dropped to minus 30 degrees Celsius, and railroad tracks cracked in many parts of the country. The charity People in Need organized a concert on Old Town Square in Prague for the earthquake-affected Haiti.

Indoor sports in Prague |
1 February 2010

Ping-pong, pool and more in Prague.

Alchemy Reading

Prague TV |
1 February 2010

Reading followed by open mic music, poetry, and more. This month's feature: Elizabeth Baines.

All kinds of historical monuments under threat in ČR

Radio Prague |
1 February 2010

Many historical monuments in the country are under threat and action needs to be taken to save them. So says the state-funded National Monuments Institute, which has just launched a campaign to draw attention to the subject.

"We were criminally naïve": former PM looks back to the Velvet Revolution

Radio Prague |
1 February 2010

Since the fall of communism, Petr Pithart has been a central Czech political figure.

Siberian snap thrills Czech frost hunter

Radio Prague |
28 January 2010

While most people are keeping indoors to avoid catching a cold or slipping on an icy pavement, there are some who hope temperatures will drop as low as possible.

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