Thursday, 23 October 2014
National | Radio Prague

Screening was introduced at the Czech Republic’s five international airports on Tuesday morning to counter the growing threat from Ebola. The checks, ordered by the country’s chief hygiene officer, range from filling in a form to undergoing a medical check-up at the airport.

Prague | Radio Prague

Prague is to ban people from offering guided tours of the city from the area beneath the astronomical clock at the Old Town Hall.



National | Radio Prague

Thirty percent of children's playgrounds and sports grounds tested every year by the Czech Trade Inspectorate are faulty in some way, the head of the Czech Consumer Association, Libor Dupal, said at a news conference on Tuesday.

Politics | Radio Prague

President Miloš Zeman has again not invited university rectors with whom he has had disputes in the past to a ceremony on October 28 at which state honours will be presented.

Business | Radio Prague

Car production in the Czech Republic looks set to reach a record 1.2 million in 2014 the president of the country's Automotive Industry Association, Martin Jahn, said at a regional gathering of carmakers on Tuesday.

Life | Radio Prague

For the first time in history, a concert by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra will reach an audience of thousands in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Life | Radio Prague

Great Britain's Sir Nicholas Winton will receive the Order of the White Lion in Prague on October 28th, in a special ceremony, the president’s spokesman revealed on Monday.

Cinema | The Prague Post

The 18th edition of the annual international documentary film festival kicks off Thursday, Oct. 23

Life | Opus Osm

You’ll wish November had 60 days instead of just 30 when you see how many great performances await you this month.