Thursday, 19 July 2018


Czechs in Afghanistan: Teach a man to farm and you feed him for a lifetime

Radio Prague |
12 May 2010

Christian Falvey reports from the north of the war-stricken country on the educational programmes of the Czech charity foundation People in Need.

Czech Beer Festival 2010

Prague TV |
11 May 2010

The Czech Beer Festival returns to the PVA Letnaňy exhibition center, Friday, 14 May through Sunday, 30 May.

Czechs rebrand communist holidays

BBC News |
11 May 2010

A Czech travel agency is offering package holidays for people nostalgic for the trade union perks of communist Czechoslovakia, when factory workers were bussed off to recuperate from the daily grind.

Tomáš Škrdlant: giving a voice to the marginalised

Radio Prague |
11 May 2010

Tomáš Škrdlant is one of the Czech Republic's foremost documentary film makers. Much of his work has focused on the lives of people living on the margins of society: sometimes because of disability, sometimes old age, or simply because they are different.

Václav Havel to attend US premiere of his latest play "Leaving"

Radio Prague |
11 May 2010

Former Czech president and playwright Václav Havel, will attend the premiere of his latest play, Leaving, in the United States at the end of the month. The 73-year-old author is also preparing for a new role – in July, he will direct a film version of the play.

Markets in Prague and beyond |
10 May 2010 goes shopping for fresh food and old curios.

Prague Spring Music Festival set to launch 65th year

Radio Prague |
10 May 2010

Just a week to go and the 65th International Prague Spring Music Festival takes to the many stages of the Czech capital.

Historians compiling database of Czechs and Slovaks fought abroad in WWII

Radio Prague |
7 May 2010

They are the country's unsung war heroes: thousands of men and women who fled Nazi-occupation to serve in foreign armies during the Second World War.

Czechs in Afghanistan Pt. IV: When in Afghanistan, do as the Afghans do

Radio Prague |
7 May 2010

Day-to-day lives of Czech aid workers in both the urban centres and remote mountain communities of Afghanistan.

Tears for gears

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
6 May 2010

It's a ride from which – three days later – I'm still recovering.

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