Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Life

Cooking is evolving constantly - Matteo

Prague TV |
23 April 2019

Matteo de Carli has worked as a chef in Switzerland, Ireland, Dubai and the US, where he extended his knowledge and experience.

Honest Guide: Support locals, shop with locals

Prague TV |
23 April 2019

We want to help our honest friends and their small local business so we made this special episode where we want to introduce our friends Marek, Lenka & David to you.

Colours of Prague - Erik

Prague TV |
24 April 2019

Colours of Prague, a new interview series lets you meet interesting people in the Czech capital.

Church and social historian Tomáš Petráček on Czech secularism, Slavic paganism, and Easter as a celebration of life

Radio Prague |
23 April 2019

In a wide-ranging interview the Roman Catholic priest Tomáš Petráček – a leading church and social historian – talks about the pagan, Slavic, communist and Hapsburg influences on the position of the church in Czech society over the centuries.

Eddie Izzard

Prague TV |
18 April 2019

Eddie Izzard has performed sell out shows across the world from Shanghai to Mumbai including nights at Madison Square Garden and The Hollywood Bowl and he now returns to Prague.

Cyclo-bus Brno-Vienna to operate soon again

Brno Daily |
18 April 2019

A special cyclobus from Brno to Austrian border will start its operation again this spring. People can use this mode of transportation every Saturday, starting from April 27th.

The World According to LARP

CU Media |
18 April 2019

David František Wagner on the popularity of the live action hobby and (occasional) art form

April marks100 years of "Greater Brno"

Brno Daily |
17 April 2019

100 years ago, Greater Brno was established by the city incorporating 23 surrounding villages and towns.

'I invented the term Afroczech': An interview with Czech-Nigerian author Obonete Ubam

Global Voices |
16 April 2019

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.

Interview with Brno councillor Marek Fišer

Brno Daily |
16 April 2019

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.

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