Prague’s D21 theatre will be hosting a special event on Wednesday: three original radio plays, performed live on stage with actors accompanied by music and sound effects.
EU countries will have to implement a directive that requires firms to disclose salaries to improve gender equity. Anna Kotková of the Gender Studies Centre told me more.
The Czech soccer squad qualified for Euro 2024 on Monday, but the celebrations were dampened when coach Jaroslav Šilhavý announced live on TV that he was stepping down.
Czechia has become home to hockey players from abroad, who come to play in the nation’s top leagues. Among those players are Canadians, and I met three of them in Kladno.
News; Charter 77 signatory stages hunger strike over low pensions for ex-dissidents; experts sound alarm bells for children’s mental health; UK historian Timothy Garton Ash
Former dissident and Charter 77 signatory Jiří Gruntorád is on the fourth day of his hunger strike outside the seat of the Czech government in Prague.
Timothy Garton Ash, who spent time in this region when communism was collapsing, spoke last week to Czech Radio about those dramatic times and where Europe is going today.
The number of children who require mental health help is on the rise here in Czechia. Jana Karasová, a reporter who has covered this story, explained the situation to me.
A Christmas market has already started on the Olomouc square Horní náměstí. A 14-metre high tree towers above the stands and other attractions.
The New Stage of the Czech National Theatre opened to the public on November 20, 1983 with a performance of Josef Kajetán Tyl’s The Strakonice Bagpiper.