Thursday, 27 July 2017
Cinema | Prague TV

The historical Křivoklát Castle will be home to the Film Noir Festival 2017 on Aug. 17 to 20. The festival is in its fifth year, and is at this castle for the fourth time.

Life | Prague TV

Play a photo thief or detective, animate figures, make illustrations inspired by the Gulliver airship, or customize a watch. DOX's Children's Day will be held on Saturday.

Dining | Prague TV

The sixth annual Burgerfest will take place Sept. 9 and 10 in Výstaviště in Prague's Holešovice district. Tickets are already on sale, and the event promises to be bigger than the one last year.

Arts | Prague TV

One of the headliners of this year's Colours of Ostrava alt-J will return to Prague to introduce their latest album Relaxer.

Life | Radio Prague

Around one hundred historical trains, including a mid-19th century steam locomotive, have been placed on display to the public at a locomotive depot in the northern Czech town of Chomutov. It is the first time the collection has been open to the public for an extended season.

Life | Prague TV

It's time to put those "who's a better singer" questions away. Come show your singing skills at La Loca and let the audience decide who performs the best.

Cinema | Prague TV

Hackneyed debates, monologue without the punch-line, grotesque situation - the debut movie by famous director Miloš Forman about young man who is on the edge of the childhood and adulthood.

Arts | Radio Prague

Since becoming director of the Czech National Gallery three years ago this month, Jiří Fajt has secured exhibitions by major international artists and helped make its numerous buildings in the capital more accessible to the public.

Life | Foreign Policy

On a balmy spring evening, the Czech Embassy was packed with men in suits and women in cocktail dresses. All were gathered to celebrate Korbelová's 80th birthday — or, as she's better known to the rest of the world, Madeleine Albright.

Life | Prague TV

Cassic reggae hits will be featured during Cafe 80's party on July 25.

Cinema | Prague TV

Hackneyed debates, monologue without the punch-line, grotesque situation - the debut movie by famous director Miloš Forman about young man who is on the edge of the childhood and adulthood.

Life | ČTK

Teachers and students at Prague's Teaching Faculty promote Czech convents and monasteries as tourist destinations and places offering history knowledge as well as calm relax on a new website, Klášterní stezky.

Life | Radio Prague

Just one year ago, a photographer snapped the first-ever photo of a golden jackal on Czech soil. This week, a camera trap in the Milovice area in central Bohemia documented the fact that the species has settled down and started breeding in the Czech Republic.

Life | Radio Prague

Just over 75 years after their deaths, Sunday saw the unveiling of a monument to the Operation Anthropoid heroes Jan Kubiš and Jozef Gabčík in the small English village of Ightfield, where they spent a lot of time prior to their historic mission.

Life | Radio Prague

Fidget spinners may be all the rage right now but if your hands are free maybe it's time for a bigger challenge, something requiring skill and dedication. The yoyo. The pastime has grown significantly in popularity in the Czech Republic.