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Italia '90 a World Cup to remember for Czechoslovak fans

Radio Prague |
9 June 2010

With just days remaining until the World Cup kicks off in South Africa, football fever is beginning to grip fans around the globe.

Comedy creator Ladislav Smoljak dies aged 78

Radio Prague |
8 June 2010

One of the greats of Czech film and theatre, Ladislav Smoljak, died at the age of 78 at the weekend.

Czechs brace for hard times

Radio Prague |
8 June 2010

As the country's centre-right parties hammer out an agreement on a future government one message is coming across loud and clear – whatever the deal - it will involve severe cost-cutting measures in the months and years to come.

Rock legend Vladimír Mišík releases new album Lost Autumn

Radio Prague |
7 June 2010

The legend among Czech rock musicians, singer and songwriter Vladimír Mišík, is back.

Children take their issues to Parliament

Radio Prague |
7 June 2010

Friday was the big day for the group of youngsters selected to present their issue-oriented projects to the Czech Senate.

Beatlemania back in Prague

Radio Prague |
4 June 2010

A new exhibition at the Czech Museum of Music has opened featuring the music and the men – the museum's even borrowed George Harrison's banjo, one of John Lennon's shoes, and lots more Beatles memorabilia.

Eyewitness account by Czech reporter aboard raided "Freedom Fleet"

Radio Prague |
3 June 2010

One of the people aboard the so-called Freedom Fleet, which was trying to deliver humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip, was Czech TV cameraman Jan Línek.

A Couple of Poor Polish-Speaking Romanians opens at Na Zábradlí

Radio Prague |
3 June 2010

Prague's Divadlo na Zábradlí is known mainly for staging former President Havel's plays but in the last couple of years, it has also focused on producing English-language plays.

Czechs in Afghanistan, Pt. X: What the future holds

Radio Prague |
3 June 2010

As Radio Prague's series on Czechs in Afghanistan winds down, Christian Falvey reports on the feelings about the future among the people working there, Czech and Afghan alike.

Centre-right coalition talks proving far from easy

Radio Prague |
2 June 2010

Following the weekend general elections, Czech right-wing parties are scrambling to capitalise on their gains and reach agreement on a coalition government of fiscal responsibility. Although there is general agreement on the direction the country should take, Monday's talks indicated that creating a centre-right coalition will be far from easy.

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