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?
As Covid numbers continue to rise steeply, Health Minister Adam Vojtěch on Tuesday made an urgent appeal for more people to get vaccinated against the infection.
The Czech Security Council has accepted a new 15 point action plan on how to counter hybrid threats.
There have been many headlines involving President Zeman’s team since the Senate speaker made public a doctors’ statement that the he is unable to perform his duties.
Farmers are happily announcing that 2021 has seen the largest harvest of hops in a quarter-century.
In addition to the rising cost of fuel, Czech road hauliers are also becoming concerned about a growing shortage of the AdBlue diesel fuel additive.
The ongoing crisis in the automobile sector will hit small suppliers who don’t have international backing especially hard, the chairman of KOVO.
What Afghans miss the most is freedom, says Zakia, an Afghan woman with Czech residency who managed to leave the country.
A recent survey of 2,000 Czechs on attitudes towards ethnic, racial, religious and sexual minorities shows a shift in perceptions of “problematic” groups.
Czechia has seen a big rise in tinnitus cases since 2019. Among them are people who had Covid-19, but also many young adults who did not contract the virus.
Accelerating Covid figures have led to new Czech government measures, including mandatory respirators at workplaces and Covid certificate checks at spots like bars.
On October 24th 1941 members of the 11th Czechoslovak infantry battalion assisted the defenders of Tobruk in North Africa.
The jubilee 25th edition of the Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival gets underway in the small Czech city on Tuesday. Its founder discusses likely highlights.
After an era spanning six decades, the oldest Czechoslovak folk band Spirituál kvintet held a goodbye concert to a sold-out audience in Prague’s Lucerna.
The Brewery Museum in Pilsen celebrates the birth of the country's most famous export article.
Czech scientists have made a unique discovery suggesting that the oldest herbal millet beer could have been brewed in Bohemia.
Hundreds of thousands of among the world’s most iconic pieces of furniture, Chair No. 14, literally took shape at the TON factory in Bystřice pod Hostýnem, built in 1861.
Czech Radio has mapped out how information about the president’s health was provided to the public since the founding of Czechoslovakia.
Hrishabh Sandilya helps run an NGO that aims to boost migrants’ chances of finding success in their new countries. But prior to that Sandilya lived for in Prague for years.
The aerial robots in the Czech pavilion at the EXPO 2020 commemorate one hundred years since Karel Čapek coined the word "robot", now used worldwide.
Brewery Museum in Pilsen|Photo: Ondřej Tomšů, Radio Prague International
Brewery Museum in Pilsen|Photo: Kateřina Dobrovolná, Czech Radio
Opera star Adam Plachetka is the only Czech to have sung at the Met in New York before the age of 30 and has appeared at many of the globe’s other great venues.
Ida, Rudolf and Martin Wels are deported to the Terezín ghetto. Nearly eighty years later, Colin Wels reads through their last correspondence.