News; Czechia's new First Lady to focus on single mothers and divorce; National Theatre using visitors’ body heat to save energy costs; Czech financial support in Zambia.
On Thursday, Czechia will welcome a new First Lady to Prague Castle – Eva Pavlová. But who is she? And what role does the First Lady play in Czech politics and public life?
The National Theatre in Prague has recently installed innovative new heat recovery technology – using the body heat emitted by audience members.
High rates of unemployment and malnourishment, poor infrastructure and a lack of skilled labour make Zambia one of the least developed countries in the world.
News; “Moravian Amazon” to enjoy protected status; documentary takes Czech investigator back to scenes of Yugoslav war crimes; Czech pianist revives microtonal harmonium
The confluence of the Morava and Dyje rivers in South Moravia is set to be declared a protected landscape area, the Ministry of Environment has just announced.
Miroslav Beinhauer is a pianist and player of the sixth-tone harmonium, an instrument conceived by the Czech pioneer of microtonal music Alois Hába in the 1930s.
In ex-Yugoslavia in 1997, Vladimir Dzuro delivered the first European war crimes indictment from an international tribunal since WWII. A new film takes him back there.
News; Expert on president Zeman's legacy; Il Boemo cleans up at Czech Lion awards; Diana Šmídová on how Czechia is helping its Ukrainian child refugees
Petr Václav’s Il Boemo triumphed in no fewer than six categories, including Best Film and Best Director, at the Czech Lion awards on Saturday.