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.
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Il Boemo cleans up at Czech Lion awards
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.
Diana Šmídová on how Czechia is helping its 130,000 Ukrainian child refugees
We spoke to Diana Šmídová, the secretary of the Committee on the Rights of the Child at the Office of Government, about how Czechia is helping its Ukrainian child refugees.
Hulk in Avengers inspires first smart Czech baby cradle
A new, never seen before product has hit the Czech market – a smart cradle. The company CEO , Adam Rumler, says that he got the idea while watching Hulk in the Avengers.
Moravian Jews’ “fluidity of identity” in focus at newly opened Brno museum
This week saw the opening of the temporary Moravian Jewish Museum in Brno which offers an exhibition focused on the stories of local Moravian Jews.
“Radio Free Russia” project could help establish hub for Russian journalists in Prague
A new project being set up by Czech Vice President of the European Commission Věra Jourová could help independent Russian reporters in Europe.
War in Ukraine seen as “unjustifiable Russian aggression” by three quarters of Czechs
Three quarters of Czechs see the war in Ukraine as a case of “unjustifiable Russian aggression”, according to a survey conducted by the Median agency for Czech Radio.
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One year of helping Ukraine: The Czech story
On the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, we look at how the event activated both the Czech state and society towards providing help for Ukraine.
“They helped us so much” – Visiting Ukrainian youth centre that received Czech aid
The Zaporizhzhia Regional Youth Centre in Ukraine is one of the largest youth centres in Europe. It received support from the Czech NGO People in Need.
Michal Pitoňák: Understanding diversity makes society more robust
We spoke to Michal Pitoňák, one of the authors of a new National Institute of Mental Health study showing that harrasment against the LGBTQ+ community is rising.
Czech music icon Naďa Urbánková’s greatest hits
Naďa Urbánková, one of Czechia’s most famous pop and country signers, died this month at the age of 83. She was also known for starring in several iconic Czechoslovak films
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