Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Life

Lukáš Houdek, a photographer, writer and curator tackling prejudices head-on

Radio Prague |
9 September 2014

Lukáš Houdek is a man of varied interests.

The Shell Corporation come to Prague

Prague TV |
8 September 2014

This Burbank quartet has only been around since 2011, but they wasted no time making an imprint in punk circles with a heavy touring schedule and the releases of their Force Majeure LP and Time & Pressure EP via Solidarity Recordings, and are playing Rock Cafe on Wednesday.

Concert: Kid Ink at Roxy

The Prague Post |
8 September 2014

Kid Ink is slated to release a new single the same day as his Prague show

Oscar-winning art director Karel Černý dies at 92

Radio Prague |
8 September 2014

Czech production designer and art director Karel Černý – who won the Academy Award for Best Art Direction for Amadeus in 1984 – has died at the age of 92.

Hundreds of Czech monuments open to public during European Heritage Days

Radio Prague |
8 September 2014

Hundreds of historic buildings, churches, technical monuments and other landmarks across the Czech Republic that are not usually open to the public will welcome visitors free of charge during European Heritage Days.

Thousands attend open-air opera in Prague

Radio Prague |
8 September 2014

Some 17,000 people saw an open-air performance of the opera The Devil and Kate by Antonín Dvořák’s in Prague on Saturday.

Artistic project seeks to revive debate on Battle of White Mountain

Radio Prague |
8 September 2014

An artistic project exploring the impact of the 1620 Battle of White Mountain will begin with an ecumenical service in Prague on Sunday.

More Czech and international cities to unveil Havel’s Place memorials

Radio Prague |
8 September 2014

Several cities in the Czech Republic and abroad including Brussels, Oxford, Plzeň and Hradec Králové are looking to unveil Havel’s Place memorials dedicated to the late Czech president Václav Havel, the news website lidovky.cz reported on Sunday.

Urban gardening takes root in Prague

Radio Prague |
8 September 2014

Three years after the opening of the first community garden in Prague, the idea of growing plants in the city seems to have put down firm roots and is quickly spreading all over the country, with an increasing number of Czechs taking to urban gardening.

Shanti's Zuzana Paseková: The poorest villagers in Pancha Kochi taught us the secret to happiness

Radio Prague |
5 September 2014

In 2011 three young women from Moravia met up to share a dream – to visit India and Nepal. It was a journey of discovery that made the three strangers fast friends and radically changed their lives.

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