News; Sex helpline to cover sexual orientation and gender identity; Book World Prague to honor Franz Kafka; Mykola and Mariia: Young Ukrainians in Czechia open up
This year's international book fair and literary festival Book World Prague will honour the centenary of Franz Kafka. We discuss the event with its director, Radovan Auer.
A sex help line which initially focused on sexual behavior and dysfunctions, now also covers sexual orientation and gender identity issues. Adam Schreier explains:
Russia's full invasion of Ukraine started two years ago. And to find out something about young Ukrainian refugees' lives in Czechia we invited two into our studios.
Anna Hájková is the author of the critically acclaimed book "The Last Ghetto: An Everyday History of Theresienstadt", published in English by Oxford University Press.
News; Majority of Ukrainian refugees employed below their skill level; Lost and found 1935 passion play music score; Pilot flies vintage Aero 145 from Australia to Czechia
Although the majority of Ukrainian refugees in Czechia have found employment, over 60 percent are working in often precarious jobs well below their qualification level.
The town of Hořice has a long tradition of passion plays maintained by the local inhabitants. One such family helped save and preserve a valuable music score from 1935.
The second part of our video series on Czech Music Greats looks at a lesser-known name in Czech classical music - Jan Václav Hugo Voříšek.
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