Two months before it kicks off, the organisers of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival have just revealed the first details of this year’s programme.
Palacký University in Olomouc is a multicultural hub for students from countries the world over. Of the university’s 23,000 students, over 4,500 are foreign nationals.
News, Czechia inches closer to a legal cannabis market, conductor Jakub Hrůša to perform with Czech Philharmonic, interview with textile designer Anna Šebestová
Czech conductor Jakub Hrůša, who currently serves as the acting director of the Royal Opera House in London, returns for a special concert with the Czech Philharmonic.
The Czech cabinet recently approved drug policies that include introducing a regulated cannabis market. Details are being fine-tuned but there already obstacles in sight.
News; Suicide themed calls from Czech seniors doubled last year; Czech-led archaeological team discover “mini-Stonehenge” in Oman; Interview with Pavel Trojan
Mysterious ritual sites, ancient burial tombs, and rock carvings. These are some of the exciting discoveries made by an expedition in Oman led by Czech archaeologists.
Suicide themed phone calls among seniors rose twofold between the years 2021 and 2022, according to Czechia’s helpline for old age people Linka seniorů.
The 78th Prague Spring International Music Festival, will kick off, as every year, on May 12. But this time out it will have a new director: 38-year-old Pavel Trojan.
In this edition of Sunday Music Show we will listen to songs by the late Miro Žbirka and other winners of this year’s Anděl Awards.