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Prague TV

New cinema releases in English

Prague TV |
15 April 2010

Sam Worthington repels the Kraken in the epic fantasy Clash of the Titans and Oscar-nominated Carey Mulligan is part of an ensemble cast in the British drama An Education.

Five vitals to execute a maximum-value resale in ČR

Prague TV |
15 April 2010

Nathan Brown offers sellers five tips on getting the most for their properties.

Football association to rule on Bohemians game on Thursday

Prague TV |
14 April 2010

The relevant bodies of the Football Association of the Czech Republic will meet on Thursday to deal with Saturday's abandoned game Bohemians 1905 and Bohemians Praha (Střížkov), both of whom lay claim to the Bohemians name and legacy.

Zebrahead play Lucerna

Prague TV |
14 April 2010

American punk-rap group Zebrahead show their stripes at Lucerna Music Bar on Thursday, 15 April.

Bohemians-Strížkov game abandoned

Prague TV |
13 April 2010

The dispute over the rights to the Bohemians name, badge and legacy reached a bizarre new level when Saturday's Bohemians 1905-Bohemians Praha (Střížkov) game was abandoned after Střížkov ordered their players not to take the field.

Prague cinema release dates

Prague TV |
13 April 2010

Find out when upcoming films hit Czech movie theatres over the next six months.

Money From Hitler at Švandovo divadlo

Prague TV |
12 April 2010

As part of its repertoire, Švandovo divadlo stages an adaptation of Radka Denemarková's Peníze od Hitlera (Money From Hitler) with English surtitles.

One Night 3rd anniversary with Tom Middleton

Prague TV |
8 April 2010

The British DJ and producer returns to Roxy to help the One Night party celebrate its third birthday on Friday.

Farmers' Market at Kulaťák

Prague TV |
7 April 2010

Prague 6 stages another Farmers' Market at Kulaťák on Saturday. After an extremely popular first outing in March, the Prague 6 authorities are promising a bigger market this time around to cope with demand.

President Obama's Prague schedule

Prague TV |
7 April 2010

Unlike his April 2009 visit, US President Barack Obama will be making no public appearances this time around.

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