Saturday, 20 April 2019
Life | Brno Daily

Brno Daily sat down with councillor Marek Fišer (Piráti), to discuss culture in Brno, what ex-pats can bring to the town, and Brno's bid to become European Capital of Culture.

Life | Global Voices

Obonete Ubam is a Czech-Nigerian former activist and author who recently released a new book, "Sedm let v Africe," or "Seven Years in Africa," which recounts the years he spent in Nigeria.

Arts | Prague TV

Hoe weird it is, that the history repeats again and again... if man just waits long enough.

Arts | Prague TV

The British singer-songwriter and busker Passenger, who broke through thanks to his international number one single Let Her Go returns to Prague for his intimate tour.

Arts | Prague TV

Alfa Mist, one of the most exciting jazz artists of the day, will be performing at the _Mladí jazdí jazz_ festival on April 16.

Cinema | Radio Prague

Sixty years after first being shown in cinemas, Karel Zeman's time-travel adventure movie Journey to the Beginning of Time is set to grace cinema screens again. The film, along with a number of other of the director's iconic works, has been fully restored through a collaborative effort.

Cinema | Prague TV

The reboot of Hellboy misses out on the cleverness than made the originals worth watching, instead offering a jumbled plot and uncharismatic characters.

Arts | Radio Prague

Following Radical Karaoke (2015) and Flesh Cadillac (2016), Lazer Viking have just released their wonderful third LP, Drag, on which Kaifosz is now backed by a band.

Arts | Prague TV

The funny, tremendous and ultimately useless story of thirty-one-year-old Tom and his colleague Amy, who come together in an unlucky relationship bound by misunderstandings, their emotional experiences from the past, and a shared reluctance or inability to be alone.

Dining | Prague TV

Visit Manifesto Market near Masarykovo nadrazi for Easter celebrations

Arts | Prague TV

The production is the fruit of the collaboration between the National Theatre Drama company and the first-class Czech dance ensemble 420PEOPLE, who have been permanent guests of the New Stage.

Cinema | Prague TV

Hollywood continues its remake trend with Pet Sematary, based on a Stephen King novel. It was previously filmed in 1989.

Life | Brno Daily

The international project aims to promote the development and better integration of cycling into other modes of transport. The main goal is to reduce emissions from the transport of people and goods in cities, without reducing the quality of life of the population.

Arts | Radio Prague

Thomas Zaruba, author of the best-selling jazz album Slow Down, is a pianist of Australian-Canadian-Czech origin living in France. It was a tragic incident that made him turn his life around and devote himself exclusively to music.

Arts | Brno Daily

John McLaughlin, the artist who plays classical music, blues, Indian music, flamenco and jazz comes to Brno's Janacek Theatre on April 14.