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 Health Ministry is pushing for mandatory Covid vaccination for selected professions and people over 60, to be introduced as of next March.
President Zeman has appointed Petr Fiala PM and now says he will spent a fortnight meeting cabinet nominees – with a clash likely over the candidate for foreign affairs.
President Miloš Zeman appointed Civic Democrat leader Petr Fiala to the post of prime minister at Lany chateau on Sunday.
Startup Posedla has received a boost in the form of an investment from 3D printing ace Josef Průša. Posedla plans to produce made-to-measure, 3D printed bicycle saddles.
Despite Covid the Czech Republic is attracting big Hollywood projects. Months after shoot of The Gray Man in Prague, Extraction 2 is currently being filmed in the country.
On the occasion of the 32nd anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, 32 leading representatives of Czech business called for a “second economic transformation” in Czechia.
English teacher Steve Watts is currently Czechia’s most popular YouTuber, with more than 12 million subscribers of his education channel Steve and Maggie.
Petr Uhl, a co-founder of the Charter 77 movement along with Václav Havel and among the longest-imprisoned dissidents under Communism, has died at the age of 80.
The Bookfeeding Project is an association aimed at establishing educational hubs and libraries in disadvantaged communities worldwide.
On November 28, 1931 construction work started on the Barrandov Film Studios which were to become one of the biggest and most modern studio facilities in Europe.
The first built in Czechoslovakia after the country’s founding in 1918, in Prague’s Kbely district, today houses a unique aviation museum.
A new exhibition focusing on the indigo blue-dyeing tradition in the Czech Republic and Japan is currently underway at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague.
Theatre director, stage designer and composer Jiří Srnec, founder of the legendary Black Light Theatre, has died in Prague at the age of 90.
This Saturday marks the centenary of the birth of Alexander Dubček, one of the most charismatic leaders of 20th century Czechoslovakia.
Czech Romani social worker Petr Torák has received the prestigious Silver Pearson National Teaching Award, handed out by UK’s Teaching Award Trust.
Like many young arrivals, Alysa Yamada first landed work in Prague teaching English. Czech Deck highlights some favourite aspects of the culture, and her love for trivia.
Brno University of Technology researchers are testing a thermal switch to regulate heat in electronics for deep space probes, satellites and vehicles on Mars and the Moon.
Pictured is a snow-covered Baroque statue in front of the Basilica of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary at Svatý Kopeček, a pilgrimage spot near Olomouc.
Photo: Barbora Němcová, Radio Prague International
Photo: Magdalena Kašubová, Radio Prague International
Photo: Markéta Kachlíková, Radio Prague International
Photo: Martina Schneibergová, Radio Prague International
Duo Herrmann & Coufal, who like to involve the customer in the manufacture of their products, are the most recent winners of the Czech Grand Designer of the Year award.
Ida, Rudolf and Martin Wels are deported to the Terezín ghetto. Nearly eighty years later, Colin Wels reads through their last correspondence.