Sunday, 22 April 2018

Prague TV

Dual quality food could end by 2020

Prague TV |
16 April 2018

New European rules prohibiting dual quality food withing the European Union's internal market could take effect as of January 2020.

Free Mondays w/ Leyya

Prague TV |
16 April 2018

Leyya and Break Falls part of Roxy Music Club's Free Mondays

Black Foxxes

Prague TV |
16 April 2018

British band Black Foxxes are coming to the Czech Republic for the first time!

Imagine Dragons

Prague TV |
16 April 2018

The multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning band Imagine Dragons is visiting arenas across Europe these days. Their Prague show at O2 arena is set for today.

What's Up Prague - Mozzarellart

Prague TV |
16 April 2018

Mozzarella is a traditional southern Italian cheese made from Italian buffalo's milk. But Mozzarella is also available made in Prague. Join Anna on her visit to Mozzarellart, a little shop and production in the heard of Prague.

Movie review: Rampage

Prague TV |
16 April 2018

With a giant gorilla and a fierce reptile attacking skyscrapers, Rampage doesn't qualify as particularly original. But a winning performance by Dwayne Johnson and a ridiculous story that doesn't even try to be deep surprisingly makes Rampage one of the better of a bad bunch of recent monster films.

Director Miloš Forman has died

Prague TV |
16 April 2018

Film director Miloš Forman died April 13 at the age of 86, following a brief illness at his home in Warren, Connecticut. His wife, Martina, informed the press and his manager, Dennis Aspland, confirmed the news.

Prague Illusion at M1 Lounge

Prague TV |
13 April 2018

Jonathan David Bass will present a mind boggling interactive experience with illusions and mind reading presented in an intimate lounge setting.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

Prague TV |
13 April 2018

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds soar into the slipstream of exhilarating new album Who Built The Moon? to play Velky sal Lucerna on April 14.

Prague to expand electric buses

Prague TV |
13 April 2018

Prague Public Transit Company (DPP) continues to develop ecological electric bus transport. Prague is expanding its use of electric buses after a successful trial phase. The entire route of bus line 140 will be electrified by 2021 at the latest.

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