Sunday, 24 September 2017

Radio Prague

Czech ambassador: The best things about living in London? Oysters and football

Radio Prague |
31 August 2017

Libor Sečka is a seasoned Czech diplomat who has served as ambassador in countries such as Italy, Spain, Malta and China. At the start of 2016 he took office as Czech ambassador to the UK.

Bakeries not charging enough for rolls, says association head

Radio Prague |
30 August 2017

Wholesale prices paid by chain supermarkets for by Czech bakery rolls have long been too low, the chairman of the Association of Bakers and Pastry Chefs Jaromír Dřízal has said.

Prague outlines stricter stand on booming Airbnb offers

Radio Prague |
28 August 2017

Prague City Hall has sent a clear message to those offering rooms and flats on Airbnb and other providers that it will more strictly enforce their responsibilities in the future.

Confidence in economy hits record high in 2017

Radio Prague |
25 August 2017

Confidence in the Czech economy in August was the highest since the start of the year, according to data released by the Czech Statistics Office.

Thousands of hens being destroyed following salmonella outbreak

Radio Prague |
25 August 2017

The Czech veterinary authorities have started destroying thousands of laying hens at a farm in Pohořelice, southern Moravia, following a salmonella outbreak.

Constitutional Court overturns "inhumane" verdict

Radio Prague |
25 August 2017

The Constitutional Court has overturned the verdict of a lower instance court which sent a man to four years in prison for killing his wife and six-year old son in a drink-driving accident.

Ledecká preparing for Olympic fight on two fronts

Radio Prague |
25 August 2017

Ester Ledecká is preparing to compete in not one but two sports at the 2018 Winter Olympics: snowboarding and skiing.

Muchow: It's all about the film - not the music

Radio Prague |
25 August 2017

Soundtrack composer Jan P. Muchow has a new compilation of his film work and is about to play a special one-off concert.

Flat building up but demand still outstrips supply

Radio Prague |
25 August 2017

The number of new apartments under construction in the Czech Republic grew markedly year-on-year in the first half of 2017. However, demand is still outstripping supply and prices in des res locales in particular are growing fast, iHned.cz reported on Thursday. In the first six months of this year, developers began constructing just over 3,500 new apartments in the Czech Republic. This is almost 50 percent more than in the same period in 2016.

Shapely Czech Venus reveals secrets

Radio Prague |
24 August 2017

First results from a scan of the famous Venus of Dolní Věstonice show it was made from one piece of clay from the local site.

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