Saturday, 20 January 2018

Life

Unusual guide highlights 500 Prague 'hidden secrets'

Radio Prague |
10 January 2018

Where are the most unusual places to have a drink in Prague? What are the city's five best small breweries? And which five river islands are worth discovering? A new book called '500 Hidden Secrets of Prague' gives answers to all these questions and more and invites both tourists and locals to discover places off the beaten track.

Rock Café Freezone

Prague TV |
9 January 2018

MEOW!, Mad Rabbits and Anthems will play Rock Café on January 9th

Hugo Marom, 'Winston's child' and Israeli pilot died at the age of 89

Brno Daily |
9 January 2018

Hugo Marom, a Holocaust survivor and one of the founders of the Israel Air Force (IAF), died on Sunday morning in Tel Aviv at the age of 89. Brno native Marom was among the children who got onto Sir Nicholas Winton's last 'Kindertransport' in 1939.

Czechoslovakia to celebrate 100th anniversary

Prague TV |
9 January 2018

Exhibitions are planned at several museums and locations including Prague Castle, the National Museum and the plinth of the former statue of Stalin.

Motol Hospital turns 75

Prague TV |
9 January 2018

Motol University Hospital, the largest in the Czech Republic, celebrates 75 years. This hospital currently has 2,410 beds. Some 900,000 patients are treated annually as out patients and 70,000 treated per year as in patients.

La Loca Quiz Night

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Test your knowledge against your fellow pub mates at La Loca QUIZ Night. Get your friends or come by yourself and team up when you get here.

Winter Wonderland 2018

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Young performers from all around Europe will sing, dance and evoke the impression of a winter wonderland at Divadlo Hybernia on January 8th.

Honest Guide: Most expensive Coke in the world?

Prague TV |
8 January 2018

Another Prague tourist trap uncovered. Prague is a city that is home to the most expensive can of Coke in the world.

Fifty years since Alexander Dubček took over at top of Czechoslovak communist party

Radio Prague |
8 January 2018

Fifty years ago on January 5, 1968, the news came out of the ongoing central committee party meeting of the Czechoslovak communist party that Slovak, Alexander Dubček, had been chosen as the new party boss.

Hyde Park Civilisation's Daniel Stach on why popularizing science is so important

Radio Prague |
8 January 2018

Daniel Stach is the charismatic host of Hyde Park Civilisation, a weekly program which runs every Saturday evening on public broadcaster Czech TV. Daniel has interviewed numerous acclaimed scientists, award-winning and groundbreaking researchers, Nobel Prize laureates about everything from quantum mechanics to the latest research in DNA.

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