News; Jan Blatný replaced as Health Minister; young school kids to return to class; stigma of depression disappearing; Marie Tumlířová, a pioneering feminist agronomist
Social isolation and loneliness are features of living in lockdown, but they can lead to depression and anxiety.
With the intensity of the coronavirus epidemic slowing down in the Czech Republic, the government has approved easing some of the restrictions, starting next Monday.
Health Minister Jan Blatný was dismissed from his post on Wednesday, in what is the third change-of-guard in the post since the start of the pandemic a year ago.
Broadcast in English - 04/06/2021
Tuesday marks 100 years since the birth of sculptor František Bělský who made a bust of Queen Elizabeth II and several other members of the British royal family.
The Covid-19 pandemic has amplified problems in public finance management, but it cannot be entirely blamed for last year’s economic result.
A new pavilion has opened to the public at Mary’s Viewpoint in Jetřichovice, offering stunning views of the Bohemian Switzerland National Park.
Czechs abroad calling for the introduction of postal voting in their native country have launched a novel campaign.
The life of the brave mayor, who saved Roosvelt and was not afraid of Al Capone, is the story of the American dream