Radio Prague International has selected 10 Czech museums that you may not necessarily find in your guidebooks.
Kafka, Čapek, Kundera and Havel, these are all world renowned names, but what about all the others? How well are Czech authors actually known abroad?
The Czech political landscape has been shaken up by the weekend’s elections, with ANO finishing behind Together, who can lead a coaltion government. What happens now?
For the first time since the foundation of the Czech Republic, neither the Social Democrats nor the Communist Party havegot into the lower house. What happened?
Czech President Miloš Zeman is the centre of focus one day after the election into the Chamber of Deputies.
Until it went bust, Bohemia Energy was the largest alternative energy supplier in Czechia, with nearly 1 million customers. “Suppliers of last resort” now must step up.
More than 2,000 children in the Czech Republic are still threatened with a distraint order over unpaid debts.
Prague has launched a pilot project which enables residents to use shared bikes for free. All they need is an electronic prepaid fare for the Prague public transport.
A growing number of first graders in the Czech Republic may have to repeat the school year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jaroslav Drobný was part of the Czechoslovak ice hockey team that won the World Championships in 1947. He would go on to win Wimbledon in 1954 – as a citizen of Egypt.
Prague’s Signal festival of light, which begins Thursday, is promising something novel: “non-existent” installations that can be viewed via the display of a mobile phone.
The Czech Republic is this year’s main guest country at the annual Lakes International Comic Art Festival, which gets underway on Friday in the English town of Kendal.
The Painter and the Thief is a documentary about how an artist befriends the troubled man who stole her paintings. The female protagonist, Barbora Kysilková, is Czech.
The St. Maurus reliquary is among the nation’s greatest treasures. The recent discovery on the shrine of an inlaid magical “toadstone” makes it all the more priceless.
Prague City Tourism has unveiled a new marketing concept with which it wants to present the Czech capital to domestic and foreign tourists.
Dozens of Czechs resident overseas gathered in Prague on Thursday for the annual Conference for Czechs Living Abroad, organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Scientists from Brno’s Masaryk University are set to carry out research into the DNA of the “father of genetics”, Augustinian friar Gregor Mendel.
The Velká Pardubická steeplechase is one of the oldest sporting events in Europe, dating back to 1874. This year it was won by Talent, ridden by Pavel Složil Jr.
'The Miracles of Evolution'|Photo: Zoé Samin, Radio Prague International
Štěpán Hulík shot to attention almost a decade ago when, still in his 20s, he wrote Burning Bush, a big-budget mini-series helmed by the great director Agnieszka Holland.
Ida, Rudolf and Martin Wels are deported to the Terezín ghetto. Nearly eighty years later, Colin Wels reads through their last correspondence.