What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the words “Czech Republic”?
Czech classical music is not only a part of the national culture and history, but also of its very soul.
As of Thursday new facemasks rules go into effect, while parliament rushes to adopt a Pandemic Law. The government also plans on the partial return of children to schools.
The Czech Republic has lost the battle with the British mutation of the coronavirus, says BISOP mathematician René Levínský.
At the height of the coronavirus crisis the Czech government faces a huge dilemma -whether to reopen shops and send children back to school as promised.
The Czech Republic will sue Poland over the expansion of the Turów brown coal mine located in the close proximity to the Czech border.
While hotels owners are fighting for survival, boat rentals and caravan salespeople have seen a huge upsurge in business in recent months.
The last models of the Tatra KT4 will serve on the streets of Berlin for a little longer.
A new podcast expores the uses and value of cultural diplomacy.
Clown Doctors deliver joy to children and seniors at Czech health care facilities. With Covid they are having to meet fresh challenges – and doing valuable work online.
A group of EU-watchdogs has launched a European Citizens' Initiative calling for a ban on biometric mass surveillance.
In recent days simple pink sleds have been grabbing attention in parks in Prague and elsewhere in the country. They can be accessed via a mobile app created by Rekola.
The great Czech illustrator and animator Zdeněk Miler was born 100 years ago, on February 21. 1921.
Radka Denemarková is one of the most celebrated Czech contemporary writers. Her books have been translated into more than twenty languages, winning numerous awards.
To mark the centenary of the premiere of Karel Čapek’s famous play R.U.R., which first used the word “robot”, Prague’s Švanda Theatre is rehearsing a play written by AI.
At the start of March, Czech Edita Kudláčová will assume one of the most important jobs in her field: Head of Radio and Audio at the European Broadcasting Union in Geneva.
Czech scientists have discovered growing concentrations of ground-level ozone around the Czech Republic. The phenomenon, typical for the summer, now occurs even in winter.
The heavy blanket of snow, which is a rare occurrence in Prague, was a welcome diversion for people hankering for action in the coronavirus lockdown.
Photo: Thibaut Maillet
Kateřina Tučková is a leading young Czech novelist. Her novel Gerta, focused on the post-war mistreatment of ethnic Germans, has just been published in English.
How a family rediscovered its past in defiance of those who tried to wipe out memory.