Thursday, 19 July 2018

Life

Science in exile

Prague Post |
10 June 2011

Czech scientists reflect on years abroad.

Český Rozhlas Open Day

Prague TV |
9 June 2011

As part of its annual open day, Czech Radio will be offering an English-language tour of its headquarters buildings on Saturday, June 11.

My stamp collection

Prague Post |
8 June 2011

Prague Post reporter explores the bowels of the Česká Posta, feeling a bit like Alice in Wonderland.

The beautiful and damned actress Lída Baarová

Radio Prague |
8 June 2011

Lída Baarová was one of the most famous and successful Czech actresses to have ever lived.

Blank Dogs

Prague Post |
7 June 2011

Brooklyn's dark pop solo project.

Robots go for the Juggler

Daily Mail |
6 June 2011

Students at the Czech Technical University (ČTU) in Prague have invented a robot that can juggle five balls at once, a feat the average human has great difficulty mastering.

New literary award in honour of a Czech who became a true world citizen

Radio Prague |
6 June 2011

One of the highpoints of last month's Bookworld international book fair in Prague was the presentation of the first George – or Jiří – Theiner Award.

Fans of codes and secret ciphers attend special conference in Prague

Radio Prague |
6 June 2011

Amateur code-breakers and decipherers met at Prague College last week for a special conference entitled the Secret of Ciphers.

The best little wine bar in a place you've probably never heard of

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
3 June 2011

U Lasiku is a funky little wine bar housed in an old wheelsmiths in the village of Únětice.

Mozart's birthday

Leaders Magazine |
3 June 2011

Mozart's birthday

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