I was born into a Czech-English family in Yorkshire, but grew up in Prague and joined Radio Prague International after finishing my Master’s degree. It is a fun job which allows you to cover various topics of which my favourite is history. In my free time I like to read and play floorball.
articles by the author
Lipno: South Bohemia’s “sea” surrounded by forests
If you ask a Czech for a good summer getaway, it is quite likely they will mention the Lipno reservoir.
Expert: Smoking “definitely biggest problem” among addictions in Czechia
On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day, we asked Dr Eva Králíková, an expert on tacking nicotine addiction, about the smoking situation in Czechia.
Czech-Mexican sensors could help developing countries minimise earthquake casualties
A new cheap sensor that is being tested by Czech scientists in Nepal could serve as a useful earthquake warning system in developing countries.
“Not such a stupid move”: Populist right parties announce electoral alliance plan
Tomio Okamura’s Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) is preparing to form an electoral alliance with fellow populist right party Tricolour.
New project seeks to show how Czech graphic design helped shape national identity
A largescale project is currently in the works that seeks to present the history and current forms of Czech graphic design.
11:16The five best universities
The perks of student life at Czechia’s leading universities
We asked foreign students studying at Czechia's leading universities what they like about the country and the student lifestyle it offers.
“Cheers” – Prince Edward meets with Czech president in Prague
Less than three weeks after the coronation of Charles III, Czechia has received its first visitor from the British royal family, H.R.H. Prince Edward.
Czech National Bank issues special coin to commemorate 100 years of Czech Radio
A special CZK 200 silver coin has been issued by the Czech National Bank to mark the 100th anniversary of Czech Radio.
Prague’s Ponrepo to screen "Arsenal" as part of series exploring Ukrainian filmmaking
Arsenal, a revolutionary epic that depicts the January uprising in Kyiv in 1918, is considered to be the most prominent expressionist film in Ukrainian cinematography.
Fighting despite peace: Exhibition documents clash between German, US and Soviet forces in May 1945
One of the last battles to take place in World War Two Europe occurred south-west of Prague around the town of Milín, several days after Germany had officially capitulated.
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