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News; Brussels to host Zátopek themed charity run marking start of Czech EU presidency; Prague’s underground tunnels being mapped by robot dogs; New project aims to get Czechs with differing views talking – offline
News; works of Alfons Mucha digitised in new exhibition; Czech dog breeds series - the Bohemian Mountain Dog; Czech Tiger King
News; Czechs mull over who should be next president; new museum dedicated to Alice Masaryk opens; interview with award-winning translator Julia Sherwood
News; What now for Mayors party after major scandal?; Czech glass artists produce designer wine glasses to celebrate 27 EU member states; Landscape photographer builds refugee shelter in ex-corner shop
Debate on upcoming Czech EU presidency.
News: 80 years since Ležáky atrocity; new day recalls departure of Soviet troops; notable grave uncovered; classic Tatra cars.
News; PM addresses nation; Prague's plans to celebrate upcoming Czech EU presidency; Eva Jiřičná to receive lifetime achievement award; the only Czech designer at LEGO
News; Czech foreign minister unveils priorities for EU presidency; Prague’s Metronome festival returns; Dog breeds: Bohemian Wire-Haired Pointing Griffon; Julius von Payer.
News; Study finds that less than half of Czech children are satisfied with their looks; Diaries of a Lidice woman discovered; Ships passing on the Vltava.
News; second-largest government coalition party rocked by major corruption scandal; interview with political analyst on scandal's impact; pottery market in Beroun
Inteview with Czech Minister for European Affairs Mikuláš Bek about upcoming Czech Presidency of EU Council
News, revolutionary treatment for advanced prostate cancer, danger of nicotine pouches for children, Czech painter who uses boxing gloves instead of paint brushes
News; Ukraine and energy in focus of upcoming EU presidency; EP president in Prague: We must not close the door on Ukraine; Rock for People kicks off; Newts! Audio drama
News; Ukrainian president addresses Czech Parliament; space security conference in Prague; Czech dog breed the Bohemian Shepherd.
News; Survey: Companies preparing for massive hiring spree this summer, New production of The Bartered Bride divides audiences; Milan Reindl: Only Czech designer for LEGO.
News; “Together” forever? What next for electoral alliances?; “ New bell cast commemorating thousands stolen by Nazis; interview with pianist Ivo Kahánek
Galaxy Le Corbusier: New book tells fascinating story of Czech architect František Sammer; Umělecká zahrada in Nusle: one of Prague’s hidden gems
News, 80 years since Lidice massacre, Czech experts restore valuable artefacts from Syria, UK adventurer Benedict Allen
News; US town of Crest Hill commemorates Lidice massacre; Prague Castle to host 10th edition of annual Minibrewery Festival; Jordi Savall brings early music back to stage.
News; Nuclear security at forefront of attention of Fiala-Macron talks in Paris; Public Sector unions threaten to strike as inflation cuts into real wages across the board; Czech-British couple cleaning Cornish coastline
News; Legendary TGV train arrives in Czechia to promote high-speed rail project; Czech School in Chicago celebrates 100th anniversary; The story of Becherovka.
News; Pundit: “Several factors” behind Babiš presidential announcement delay; End of Covid-era hotel programme could put homeless back on street; ‘Noráci’ project.
Interview with Martin Klíma, a 1989 student leader of the revolution who brought role-playing games to Czechoslovakia and has had global success with Warhorse Studios.
News; 100 days since start of Russian invasion: how much has Czechia helped Ukraine?; Tombstone fragments from Prague pedestrian zone to be used in new Jewish monument; Interview with head of Czech Centre kyiv
News; regional governors outraged over Prague’s decision to close refugee centre; Švanda Theatre to show play written by robot; audio drama inspired by Čapek novel
News; Czech Centres' culture season for upcoming EU presidency; botched reconstruction of Prague’s astronomical clock; exhibition of Bohemia crown jewels; Czech archaeology
News; Czechs gets exemption as EU agrees new Russia sanctions; 1968 drama competing at Karlovy Vary; 5 years since Czech smoking ban; Ukrainian circus artists in Prague.
Czechs take “bronze that feels like gold” in ice hockey; Highest ever price tag for painting sold at Czech auction; Brno scientists digitize Dyje river for better environmental protection
Last days: The heroes of Operation Anthropoid at Prague’s Cyril and Methodius Church; Passion for Operation Anthropoid has led me to every corner of Prague, says author and tour organiser John Martin
News: Sokol's role in Anthropoid; new chief of Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra; influential Czech in New York Joseph Balaz.
News; Prague to dim streetlights; Slew of events marking Anthropoid anniversary; Zlín Film Festival; Anthropoid: Czechoslovakia’s greatest resistance story.
News; NGO boss: Only Roma refugees are subjected to long procedures; 1960s “documentary style” take on Anthropoid set to screen in new digitised version; Czech archaeology
News; Real estate used by Russian Embassy being reviewed; Massive stained glass windows of Výstaviště undergoing renovation; Milan Reindl: the only Czech designer for LEGO.
News; Expert: PM’s goal of 2 percent defence spending by 2024 “not realistic”; Events marking Operation Anthropoid 80th anniversary start this week; My Prague – Helena Koutná
Interview with Barbara Winton about father Sir Nicholas Winton; report on Doreen Warriner, who also helped organise kinderstransports from Prague to UK.
News; new Prague museum brings back 1970s to ‘80s Czechoslovakia; Czech Effective Altruism movement holds second global conference; 111 places in Ostrava you shouldn’t miss
News; Change in approach aims to deter Roma refugees; Thirty years later, was voucher privatisation a good decision?Exhibition brings Czech animation to life
News; futuristic new building planned for Prague’s Philharmonic; Czech-African Health Forum; Czech archaeology series: burial rites
News; Actor Josef Abrhám recalled; Prague exhibition showcases work of Chinese dissident artist; The Czech Tiger King.
News; Vatican announces new Prague archbishop; TV miniseries about Czech border guard who helped smuggle people to the West; Dana Huňátová discusses her diplomatic career
What are the current priorities in Czech humanitarian aid and development cooperation? Czech Radio’s fundraising project to pay for musical instruments for Ukranian child refugees.
News; expert's opinion on tent city erected to house Ukrainian Roma refugees; world's longest bridge opens in Czechia; UNESCO-listed tradition of "modrotisk"
News; Viktoria Plzeň win Czech football league; Dominika Hašková to represent Czechia at Eurovision ; Establishment of Czech-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce; On family trees.
News; Czech Republic replaces Russia on UN Human Rights Council; 77th edition of Prague Spring Festival opens on Thursday; Czech archaeology: Bronze Age Bohemia
News: Soviet era "heroes" losing honours; Brno startup promising lab produced pork.
News; Economist on possible cut in Czechia’s credit rating; Czech firm to provide Ukraine with 3D printed anti-tank barriers; Czech video game set in post-war Sudetenland
Jan Patočka is regarded as perhaps the greatest Czech philosopher of the 20th century. A new book makes several of his writings available in English for the first time.
News; Economist on further interest rate rise; New monument to honour girl who helped Heydrich assassins; Carlsbad gets fountain revamp; Czech culture during EU presidency.
News, Czech government seeks exemption from Russian oil ban; shop with classic Czech designs opens in historic building; the debate over whether a second foreign language should be voluntary for Czech primary school students
News, treason case against Czechoslovakia’s Munich-era prime minister reopened, musical instruments for Ukrainian child refugees, Czech Wikipeadia celebrates 20 years, discovery of unique Celtic head in Czechia.