US historian Timothy Snyder, a leading specialist in the history of Central and Eastern Europe and World War II, discusses various Czech-related matters in this interview.
Broadcast in English - 07/25/2021
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.
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.
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.