Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Life

Radka Denemarková and the importance of digging up skulls

Radio Prague |
18 January 2010

The novel "Peníze od Hitlera" (Money from Hitler), is one of the best Czech books I’ve read for a long time, and luckily for English-speaking readers, it has just been published in an excellent English translation by Women's Press in Toronto.

Travelling across Africa in a Trabant

Radio Prague |
14 January 2010

In late 2009 a group of travellers, including a journalist and filmmaker, conquered Africa in a Trabant - travelling all the way from Tunisia to Cape Town.

Mike Ostler: the Baťa reminiscence and resource centre in East Tilbury

Radio Prague |
12 January 2010

East Tilbury on the Thames estuary in Essex is a piece of the old Czechoslovakia planted in England. It was here in 1933 that the Zlín-based shoe empire Baťa opened its first English plant.

Harder, better, faster, stronger: A new you in 2010

Prague TV |
11 January 2010

Functional Fitness and a Paleo Diet could be the keys to a healthier, happier new year.

Events guide for 2010

Expats.cz |
11 January 2010

Food, festivals, photography or Pharoahs? There's something happening in 2010 for you.

Vítkov National Memorial – Prague's "new" top class attraction

Radio Prague |
11 January 2010

Prague has a new top class attraction. Well, it's not actually new new, but it is a mere two months since the Vítkov National Memorial was opened to the public for the first time after a major renovation job.

Bikram Yoga is becoming more and more popular in Prague

Radio Prague |
8 January 2010

Bikram Yoga, practised in a room heated to 42 degrees Celsius, is one of the most intensive forms of exercise.

Funky President Klaus

Prague TV |
7 January 2010

Current Czech President Václav Klaus struts his stuff in a photo from first lady Livia Klausová's book Smutkem neobtěžuju ("I Won't Bother You With Sadness".

11 memorable moments (or nicest photos) from 2009

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
7 January 2010

A look back at some of the highlights and lowlights of Grant's cycling year.

Czech mission in the Antarctic does valuable research

Radio Prague |
6 January 2010

Last Saturday, Czech scientists from a number of institutions set out on their latest research trip to the Czech base in the Antarctic- located on James Ross Island. Zdeněk Venera is the director of the Czech Geological Survey in Prague, who was a member of the 2008 and 2009 Antarctic research team, talks about his time in the Antarctic and the logistics of getting there.

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