In Sports News: the Czech Republic's Under 21 football team begin their campaign at the European Championships in the Netherlands; Czech motorcyclist Lukas Pesek is having a bad month - he has lost top spot in the 125 cc world championships after two falls in two races; pole vaulter Adam Ptacek sets a record - and then seriously injures his arm; and international footballer Marek Matejovsky gets hitched on the pitch.
Under 21s face England in first game at European Championships
The Czech Republic's opening game against England takes place, unfortunately, after the recording of this programme. But we will be bringing you the team's results in our news.
The Lvicata, or Lion Cubs, as the Czech Under 21s are called, will be without injured captain Martin Latka for the tournament in Holland. Fingers crossed, though, they can emulate their predecessors of five years ago; in 2002 a team including present full internationals Milan Baros, David Rozehnal and Zdenek Grygera won the tournament after a dramatic penalty shootout in which Petr Cech was the hero, saving two.
Former leader Pesek down to third after two falls in two 125cc races
The Czech motorcyclist Lukas Pesek has been making life difficult for himself in the 125 cc world championships. After leading the competition, he has fallen off the pace after falling off his bike in the last two races. Pesek's latest tumble came in Barcelona on Sunday, when he caused a crash four laps from the finishing line. The Czech rider, who blamed a brake failure for Sunday's setback, eventually managed to finish 13th, and is now third in the standings.
Ptacek sets pole vault record - then comes a cropper
Czech international Matejovsky gets married on Mlada Boleslav pitch
It's not so unusual for fans to get married at sports stadiums, but it is certainly out of the ordinary for a professional footballer to get hitched on the turf at his home ground. But that's just what Czech international Marek Matejovsky did last week, when he and his partner Simona tied the knot on the pitch at Mlada Boleslav.