Thursday, 23 May 2019
Life | Radio Prague

The eleventh edition of the Night of Open Churches gets underway across the Czech Republic on Friday. This year, more than 1,600 churches and other religious sites will be open to the public until the late night hours. Visitors will be also able to attend concerts, exhibitions, workshops and other programmes.

Life | Radio Prague

Translator, literary scholar and historical sociologist Martin Tharp's current research focuses on the working-class counterculture of post-1968 Czechoslovakia. He finds that – dissident groups such as Charter 77 aside – the "underground" social movement comprised a diffuse and generalised sentiment of an "emotive-artistic resistance to state cultural control" and censorship.

Arts | Prague TV

Popular station Radio Wave will take over auspices of the covered New Wave Stage at the Křížík Pavilions. This location will allow the stage to continue holding performances much longer than the open-air stages.

Life | Prague TV

The US-born performing artist and the founder of the English stand-up community in Wroclaw, is coming to Prague to talk about his life in Poland, his new home.

Arts | Prague TV

Lovers of traditional jazz can enjoy today's concert of Old Timers Jazz Band at Reduta Jazz Club.

Life | Prague TV

When one thinks of an outdoor amusement park, one thinks of long lines of people, walking around big asphalt parking lots, concrete walkways, looking at steel rides and waiting for a chance to participate. Is there a chance to do some ridiculous things, have fun, burn some stress and avoid the uncomfortable masses? The answer is Action Park, Prague.

Life | Brno Daily

A new exhibition dedicated to the senior citizens and services suitable for the older population in the city entitled "Brno Takes Care of Its Seniors" was opened yesterday in Galerie Vaňkovka.

Life | FAO.org

Disappearing pollinators can mean losing some of the nutritious food we need for a healthy diet.

Arts | Prague TV

The theatre adaptation of the third novel by Jáchym Topol, "Night Job", evokes the gloomy atmosphere in a Czech border village at the time of the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Warsaw Pact armies – a turning point in our history.

Arts | Prague TV

Experience an extraordinary theatrical show in Prague and watch the "Phantom" come to life in dance and pantomime. See the best scenes of black light theater by the Hilt company, and watch contemporary stage effects.

Life | Radio Prague

A plaque was recently unveiled in Prague honouring one of the modest heroes who were instrumental in organising the evacuations of hundreds of Jewish women and children out of Czechoslovakia before the onset of World War II. The name of the heroine is Doreen Warriner and her story is one of extraordinary resourcefulness and moral virtue.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

On June 1st, the Velká Chuchle horserace track is hosting a children's day at the races. There are a broad range of activities planned, including free pony rides, an outdoor children's playground and competitions with prizes.

Life | Honest Guide

Discover different parts of Prague, not just the city centre! We will show you some cool places in Nusle district.

Arts | Radio Prague

Singer, actor and dancer Jiří Korn was born in Prague seventy years ago this May. The consummate marquee performer began his professional musical career back in the swinging sixties as a member of Rebels.

Arts | Prague TV

Contemporary circus grotesque, poem, painting as well as dark fury.