Saturday, 17 November 2018

Life

Cafe 80s special offer

Prague TV |
17 October 2018

Every week – Tuesday through Thursday – Cafe 80s has a special offer on a randomly selected shot, get it for only 49 CZK!

Brno's tourist campaign centres around authentic experiences

Brno Daily |
17 October 2018

Since the spring of this year, Brno has been promoting the city with a tourist campaign named "#brnotruestory". As its name suggests, the campaign attempts to attract visitors to Brno with the authentic experiences of local people.

Sitting presidents on postage stamps - an unusual Czech tradition

Radio Prague |
17 October 2018

The Czech Republic is one of the few countries in Europe whose incumbent presidents appear on postage stamps. A first such stamp was issued in 1920, featuring the first Czechoslovak president, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk. Since then, almost every Czech head of state has been pictured on a stamp.

Interview with Ventolin

By Jan Velinger | CU Media |
18 October 2018

The inimitable performer talks about the electronic music scene and the success of Disco Science

Wine gala tasting at Mangustino

Prague TV |
16 October 2018

Come to Prague's Mangustino for wine gala tasting

Registration opens for JobSpin Job Fair 2018

Jobspin.cz |
16 October 2018

The next JobSpin Job Fair takes place November 3 at Anglo-American University in Prague.

Frusack - Czech alternative to plastic bags

Brno Daily |
16 October 2018

Two eco-oriented Czech students suggested - already two years ago - an alternative to plastic bags: Frusack – a bio-recyclable bag for fruits and vegetables made of corn cellulose.

Farmers' markets having a series of festivals

Prague TV |
16 October 2018

Most of Prague's farmers markets will operate into the late fall and winter, except the ones at Tylovo náměstí and Anděl.

Caffeinated beverages in 16th century Bohemia

By Jan Velinger | CU Media |
16 October 2018

Anyone interested in the history of hot chocolate, tea and coffee would be thrilled to sit down with Karel Černý - the head of Prague's Institute of Medicine and Foreign Languages at Charles University's First Faculty of Medicine - as we did.

Alan Hollinghurst's Booker prize winning novel sparks free speech controversy

The Independent |
15 October 2018

Excerpt condemned as 'pornographic' after being broadcast on radio – but liberals say press rights are being attacked.

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