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 news that President Miloš Zeman is unable to perform his duties has sparked intensive debate on a possible transfer of the president’s powers.
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?
Fears of rising prices and a shortage of goods caused by the global shipping crisis have prompted some Czechs to start shopping for Christmas earlier than usual.
Following the sudden collapse of the biggest Czech alternative energy supplier, the national Energy Regulatory Office is seeking assurances others can meet peoples’ needs.
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.
The first ever film screening in Prague took place at the hotel U černého koně 125 years ago, on 18 October 1896.
In today’s edition of Sunday Music we pay tribute to the late singer and actress Hana Hegerová,, who would celebrate her 90th birthday on Wednesday.
The National Technical Museum – one of the oldest museums of its type – was founded to document technological advancement both in the Czech lands and the wider world.
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.
A new project called Noráci, carried out by a group of Czech and Norwegian scholars, traces the fate of Czech men sent to forced labour to Norway.
Czech legislators are discussing whether to declare May 27 – the day of the assassination of the Nazi governor Reinhard Heydrich, in 1942 – a “significant day”.
The Czech Republic has among the world’s largest collection of testimonies by people who experienced totalitarianism - thanks to the Memory of the Nation project.
Prague City Tourism has unveiled a new marketing concept with which it wants to present the Czech capital to domestic and foreign tourists.
A new Czech Honorary Consulate in Scotland was officially declared open on Wednesday with Veronika MacLeod becoming its new representative.
A major new study into the origins of Hepatitis B drew on samples of pre-historic human remains collected by the Czech Academy of Sciences.
The second edition of Comic-Con Prague took place in the Czech capital at the weekend, drawing lots of fans of graphic novels, sci-fi and fantasy movies, series and books.
'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.