Sunday, 22 April 2018
Prague | Prague TV

A long-delayed hotel project at Old Town Square that seemed to be canceled now looks like it is going to happen. Prague City Hall in December 2017 said it was terminating the contract with a company that plans to join eight buildings near Old Town Square, but it is now set to reverse its decision. The planned five-star hotel with approximately 100 rooms will be called U Sixtů.

Life | Radio Prague

The south Bohemian town of Slavonice, which is known mainly for its uniquely preserved Gothic and Renaissance town houses, has been named Czech Historical Town of the year for 2017.



Politics | ČTK

Czech secret services and security bodies do not have any information that any foreign companies influenced the recent election to the Chamber of Deputies, Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) told journalists on Thursday.

National | Radio Prague

News agency Bloomberg has said that the Czech capital Prague could be a location for the meeting between US president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Business | Radio Prague

Personal data protection is a hot issue these days, not just among Facebook users. Czech beekeepers are up in arms over information released by the Czech agriculture ministry, arguing that it violates their privacy and puts their business at risk.

National | ČTK

Czech bishops have distanced themselves from the performance "Our Violence and Your Violence," in which Jesus Christ rapes a Muslim woman, in the programme of the May theatre festival in Brno, in a letter they sent to Brno Mayor Petr Vokřál.

National | ČTK

The remains of Cardinal and Prague Archbishop Josef Beran (1888-1969) were taken from the Vatican St Peter's Basilica on Thursday. Today they will be flown to Prague and then interred in St Vitus Cathedral.

Life | Prague TV

MINT Prague Fashion Market is back! Come to the shopping center Kotva this weekend to buy products from local designers and enjoy a great view of the city from the top floor.

Arts | Prague TV

The Dead Daisies will be back in Prague at Lucerna Music Bar on July 22. The band has a new studio album called Burn It Down and a new drummer, Deen Castronovo.

Arts | Prague TV

The Prague Shakespeare Company (PSC) is presenting a double bill of plays about the Trojan War. A new, modern translation of Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida and Euripides' The Trojan Women will be performed at the Estates Theatre on April 30.

Cinema | Prague TV

The independent studio Blumhouse, led by producer Jason Blum, has made several successful low-budget horror flicks, but stumbles badly with Truth or Dare.