Sunday, 19 November 2017

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EMH says willing to talk with Czech government over lithium plans

Radio Prague |
25 October 2017

The head of Australian-based mining company, European Metals Holdings (EMH) has re-stated its intent to push ahead and exploit some of Europe's biggest known lithium reserves sited in the Czech Republic.

Martina Formanová book spotlights dramatic Czechoslovak escape

Radio Prague |
25 October 2017

Martina Formanová, the wife of the famous Czech director Miloš Forman, was recently in Prague to launch an audio version of her novel, called Případ Pavlína, or Case Pavlína.

Czechs bet more than CZK 100 million on election

Radio Prague |
24 October 2017

Betting agencies in the Czech Republic took a record number of bets on the legislative election at the weekend worth more than 100 million crowns. The number eclipsed that of bets on the presidential election in 2013, the Czech News Agency learned.

Fink: I pondered buying flat in early '90s Prague

Radio Prague |
24 October 2017

UK musician Fink has been coming to Prague for 25 years. He discusses his ties to the city – and why his band tours the former Eastern Bloc so much.

Czech crown seen resistant to political uncertainty

Radio Prague |
24 October 2017

Czechs are still waiting to see what government will result from elections to the lower house of parliament won by billionaire businessman Andrej Babiš. But some conclusions for business and the economy can already be drawn if Babiš converts his win into a stable government.

Political scientist: President's reaction may be decisive factor in post-election talks

Radio Prague |
24 October 2017

As election winner Andrej Babiš tentatively tests the waters with respect to possible coalition partners it is becoming increasingly clear that forming a stable government will not be an easy task.

Kubišová - gifted singer and symbol of communist dissent

Radio Prague |
23 October 2017

Marta Kubišová, one of the most popular Czechoslovak singers of the 1960s and a symbol of resistance against the communist regime is bowing out with a final goodbye tour that started in the Slovak city of Kosice at the end of September and will take her to Lucerna Palace where the singer started her career.

Used car market still booming

Radio Prague |
23 October 2017

Used cars are still selling exceptional well in the Czech Republic with 820 thousand of them on offer around the country. The price of used cars has also gone up by around 15, 000 crowns year-on-year, with vehicles now selling at 205, 000 crowns on average.

SCS Software's CEO on the success of flagship title Euro Truck Simulator

Radio Prague |
23 October 2017

Twenty years ago, SCS Software was a small company just starting out, founded by three friends with programming backgrounds. In those days, one of the founders admits, the company was more or less invisible, with IPs going to the client. That is not the case anymore.

ANO begin meeting other parties but way forward unclear

Radio Prague |
23 October 2017

ANO have begun speaking to other groupings, but with so many parties cool on cooperating with Andrej Babiš a way forward seems elusive.

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