Broadcast in English - 07/25/2021
This Sunday Music Show is dedicated to František Nedvěd, a pioneer of Czech country, folk and “tramp” songs – best sung around a campfire in the great outdoors.
The Petřín funicular transports roughly 2 million people every year. It was built on the occasion of the General Land Exhibition in 1891, which took place in Prague.
Broadcast in English - 07/24/2021
News, Czech team at Tokyo Olympics, 20th century exhibition at National Museum, Jesenik spa -the cradle of hydrotherapy
The Olympic Games began in Tokyo on Friday without a single fan in attendance. Also missing were heartbroken Czech athletes had tested positive for Covid-19 upon arrival.
The history of the Czech nation during the tumultuous twentieth century is the subject of a new major exhibition opening up this Friday in the National Museum.
Holiday home prices have risen by a third over the past year. Realtors think this is partly due to people looking for a country retreat amid fears of return to quarantine.
The town of Jeseník might not be a destination very high on the list of most tourists to Czechia, but the mountain town is a cradle of hydrotherapy.
News; EC Vice-President Věra Jourová on Rule of Law; ‘A Journey to Prehistory’ via Zdeněk Burian’s art; Prague student essay winner Štěpánka Klečanská on climate change