Saturday, 24 August 2019

Prague TV

Antonín Dovořák - Stabat Mater

Prague TV |
2 May 2019

Chamber choir Labyrint performs a concert to celebrate its 30 years anniversary. You can hear an oratorio _Stabat Mater_ from Antonin Dvorak.

Shoes Off: Jonny Nash, St. Jakob, Eva Porating

Prague TV |
2 May 2019

On Thursday May 2nd Ankali will turn again into a cozy room impeccably set up for a deep listening experience, with the _Melody As Truth_ label boss Jonny Nash for an ambient treatment session.

Czechs mark 15 years in EU

Prague TV |
2 May 2019

The Czech Republic joined the European Union 15 years ago on May 1, 2004, as part of the largest single expansion of the bloc. In total, 10 new countries were added to the 15 members at the time.

High Life

Prague TV |
2 May 2019

Films about space travel are usually action-packed affairs with aliens and laser battles. French art film director Claire Denis, working in English, offers something quite different in High Life.

Libeňský most to be restored

Prague TV |
2 May 2019

The Prague City Council has decided on a renovation plan for the bridge Libeňský most and has canceled a CZK 2 billion contract for the bridge's demolition and the construction of a new expanded one, which had been planned by the previous City Hall coalition.

The Best of Desperate Comedians

Prague TV |
30 April 2019

A two-hour monthly stand-up comedy in English.

Proton!!!

Prague TV |
30 April 2019

Stage radio report about the discovery of a crazy Czech band Proton, which was silenced just before it became famous.

All Them Witches

Prague TV |
30 April 2019

All Them Witches are coming to Prague with their most intimate and human-sounding fifth record ATW. Their music laying somewhere between stoner rock and psychedelia will cast a spell on the Walpurgis Night.

Ozzy coming back to Prague in 2020

Prague TV |
30 April 2019

Ozzy Osbourne is coming back to Prague's O2 Arena on Feb. 29, 2020, as part of No More Tours 2, celebrating five decades of the Prince of Darkness live. The opening act is Judas Priest.

Czech agriculture ministry seeks dual quality ban

Prague TV |
30 April 2019

Foods that are sold under the same label in different European Union countries but differ in their composition will no longer be allowed in the Czech Republic, if a Czech Agriculture Ministry proposal becomes law. The ministry is proposing an amendment to the Food Act that will make it possible for the Czech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority (SZPI) to impose a fine of up to CZK 50 million for violating the ban.

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