Friday, 18 January 2019
Arts | Prague TV

A series of videos and images by American artist Arthur Jafa and others called A Series of Utterly Improbable, Yet Extraordinary Renditions will be at the Rudolfinum until March 31, and admission is free.

Arts | Prague TV

Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher is going to perform in Prague for the first time. He is joining the lineup at the Metronome Festival Prague, to be held June 21–22 at Výstaviště Holešovice.

Cinema | Prague TV

A Russian submarine disaster film tries to mix suspense with melodrama

Life | Radio Prague

A great many events were held in the Czech Republic on Wednesday commemorating the 50th anniversary of the self-immolation of Jan Palach. At the launch of an exhibition about the student martyr at the top of Prague's Wenceslas Square, one of the organisers discussed Palach's legacy – and the high level of interest in him today.

Arts | Prague TV

Aurora is a Norwegian star who enthralled the world by her purity, honesty and beautiful voice. She's arriving to Prague for the first time.

Arts | Prague TV

The popular Romanian brass band is back to entertain the audience at Palac Akropolis.

Life | Prague TV

California Republic Bar brings you gentle covers of your favorite songs.

Life | Radio Prague

The British ambassador to the Czech Republic, Nick Archer, has had a painting by a UK artist – created right after Palach's death – installed at his country's historic embassy building in Prague. He explains the background to the acquisition.

Life | Brno Daily

The event "Bruslím, Bruslíš, Bruslíme" ["I skate, you skate, we skate"] will take place in Luzanky Park on 17 January, marking exactly 150 years since the first public ice rink was opened in Brno.

Arts | Prague TV

Pussy Riot Theatre is a new Pussy Riot's project, lead by Maria Alyokhina. The Russian art collective brings Riot Days, a play based on Alyokhina's book "Riot Days", to Prague's Palác Akropolis.

Arts | Prague TV

Fanfare Ciocărlia's energy and ingenuity have won them fans from Melbourne to Memphis, Tokyo to Toulouse. The band is returning to Prague with their new album Onwards To Mars.

Life | Lancaster Guardian

A new short film exploring how Lancaster is perceived by "foreigners" is being launched in the city next week. Lancaster International is the work of photographer and software engineer Petr Vopenka, who moved to the city in 2015, a year before the EU Referendum.

Life | Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

On January 16, 1969, Jan Palach set himself on fire in Prague in protest against the August 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia by Warsaw Pact troops. He died of his burns three days later. Palach's funeral turned into a mass demonstration of opposition against the Soviet Union's crushing of the liberal reforms of the Prague Spring.

Life | Prague TV

It is 50 years since Czech student Jan Palach set himself on fire to protest the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia. Commemorative events are planned across the Czech Republic. In Prague, people can meet Jan 16 at 6 pm at Wenceslas Square for a quiet march with candles and flowers.

Cinema | Prague TV

The eighth edition of the Iranian film festival Írán:Ci starts Jan. 15 at Lucerna and runs till Jan. 20 with films at Lucerna, Oko, Světozor and Kino Pilotů, and then it goes to Brno and Bratislava.