Sunday, 19 February 2017
Business | Prague TV

The two largest Czech companies, carmaker Škoda Auto and energy giant ČEZ, plan to work together to develop electric cars and infrastructure. Škoda will make electric cars while ČEZ will develop and build charging stations. The lack of charging stations has often been a stumbling block in the proliferation of electric cars. The two firms will work together to ensure the cars and stations are compatible and that the number of stations can meet the demand from the volume of cars produced.

Business | Radio Prague

160 years ago Ludwig Moser opened a glass-workshop and store in the West Bohemian town of Karlovy Vary. Today the Moser Glassworks is a world leader in glass making. It is celebrating its 160th anniversary with a grand exhibition at Prague's Municipal House.



National | ČTK

Czech doctors will have to only issue electronic prescriptions as of next year, due to which 4,000 of them may end their careers, Mladá fronta Dnes wrote on Thursday.

National | ČTK

The Russian non-governmental Committee for the Prevention of Torture will receive the annual prize Homo Homini for human rights activists from the Czech People in Need NGO.

Prague | Prague TV

Prague tied for 26th place on a 2017 ranking of best student cities by UK-based education analyst QS Quacquarelli Symonds. Some 100 cities were ranked, so Prague just missed the top quarter.

National | Radio Prague

Dancing is fun, but the latest research suggests it could be far more beneficial for your health than previously thought.

National | Coda Story

Pro-Kremlin media have found fertile ground for Islamophobia in a country where most people have no personal experience with Islam.

Cinema | ČTK

Renowned Czech-born film director Milos Forman, living in the United States, who has won two Oscars and three Golden Globe awards, will turn 85 on Saturday.

Cinema | Prague TV

The slightly exotic world of health spas gets even stranger in A Cure for Wellness, a psychological thriller that creates its own alternative reality.

Sport | Prague TV

The 18 time Grand Slam champion will be arriving in the capital on Monday to promote the Laver Cup and meet fans at Old Town Square. Federer will return to Prague again later in the year for the event, which will take place at the O2 arena on September 22 to 24.