Welcome to Part Four of No Night So Dark. Trapped in wartime Prague, the architect Rudolf Wels takes us back to his happy childhood in Osek at the end of the 19th century.
News; 200 children in the Czechia diagnosed with a rare post-Covid condition; Brno’ biggest architectural competition ever; game ‘Svoboda 1945: Liberation’
More than 200 children in the Czech Republic have been diagnosed with a rare condition that can occur several weeks after Covid-19, known as PIMS-TS.
The biggest architectural competition in modern Czech history has advanced to the final stage. Brno this week picked four teams to vie to design its new main train station.
In the fourth episode of our series Masters of Czech Animated Film we present Jan Švankmajer, a Czech Surrealist artist, puppeteer, animator, and filmmaker.
The Food Act amendment would have set quotas on Czech food products in large retail stores. The EU said the proposal was clearly discriminatory.
News, Czechs submit joint UNESCO bid for timber-rafting tradition , Musicians play from rooftop to spread good cheer, Surrealist film director Jan Švankmajer
The Remoska oven has been a household name in this country for over sixty years now, braving competition from ever more sophisticated kitchen appliances.
Artists have been looking for various ways to boost the public morale and spread some good cheer -like giving a live concert from a roooftop.
Czechia, along with other EU countries, has submitted a joint nomination for the timber rafting tradition to be put on the UNESCO world intangible cultural heritage list.