Thursday, 23 November 2017

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The Rožnov Easter festival

Captain Oddsocks |
7 April 2009

The Czech lands have some wonderfully colourful traditions connected with Easter, but unless you know where to look, they can be easy to miss.

Michelle Obama petitions Rabbi Loew during Prague visit

Radio Prague |
7 April 2009

While her husband spent the day in talks with EU leaders, Mrs Obama went on a tour of Prague's old Jewish ghetto.

You could be of any nationality and still feel Czechoslovak

Radio Prague |
7 April 2009

Author Peter Demetz talks about his life in pre-war Prague.

Czech author Kundera turns 80

Radio Prague |
2 April 2009

Perhaps the best known Czech author in the world today, Milan Kundera, turned 80 on Wednesday.

Czech researchers map crew's behaviour on simulated Mars flight

Radio Prague |
2 April 2009

Czech researchers are monitoring relationships and communication among the crew as well as potential points of conflict during a 105-day simulated trip to Mars.

Sounds of the season

Prague Post |
3 April 2009

A great lineup for Prague's inaugural Easter music festival.

Musher Jana Henychová on dog sledding

Radio Prague |
3 April 2009

Last month Czech dog sled racer Jana Henychová made history by becoming the first female foreign national to take part in Norway’s Finnmarkslopet, the world’s northern-most race.

'Hooligans and swindlers': the communist regime and the Plastic People

Radio Prague |
3 April 2009

In the 1970s the communist authorities tolerated popular music as long as it was insipid, colourless and unoriginal – everything that the Czech psychedelic rock band The Plastic People of the Universe most definitely was not.

Easter in Prague

Expats.cz |
1 April 2009

The Easter holiday is full of fun traditions in the Czech Republic.

It felt like a secret

Gusto |
31 March 2009

Koliba, a chalet-style restaurant in the forest near Roztoky, burned to the ground 22 March.

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