Broadcast in English - 08/17/2023
The Krkonoše Mountains are a beloved spot in Czechia, but recently, they have become the focal point of growing concern as Dr. Jan Tumajer, explained to us.
The 20th annual festival of new circus and theatre Letní Letná opened in Prague on Wednesday night with a breathtaking water show.
The head of the prestigious Prague-based Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine (IKEM) Michal Stiborek is suspected of having made millions from usury.
Jan Herget, head of CzechTourism, talks swapping stag parties for symposiums, how Michelin stars could lure tourists out of Prague, and why inflation might be a good thing.
News; Prague for cancellation of concert by opera star linked to Putin; Sparta falls short of qualifying for Champions League but what about Europa?; Prague Gardens: Petřín
Sparta Praha lost in penalty kicks to FC Copenhagen last night, a devastating loss to the league’s reigning champions. We spoke to Jiří Hošek about last night’s match.
UK linguist Danny Bate, who moves between Prague and Edinburgh, discusses some of the joys of life in Czechia, learning the language, "annoying" aspects of Czech and more.
The Prague authorities said this week they were opposed to a planned performance in the city by Russian opera star Anna Netrebko, citing her ties to the Putin regime.
Petrin is one of the most popular parks in the city of Prague, attracting both locals and tourists.