Friday, 24 March 2017
Cinema | Radio Prague

Febiofest, Prague's biggest film festival, gets rolling on Thursday night. Now in its 24th year, the event is bringing a number of noteworthy movie names to the Czech capital and, with several new sections this year, aims to satisfy both serious cineastes and mainstream viewers.

Arts | Prague TV

An Asian fast food restaurant, served by a non-Asian middle-aged woman. She is withdrawn. Why does she work here?

Life | Prague TV

Are you deciding what university might be right for you and are you considering AAU? Our Open House events are an ideal way to talk directly with AAU's students and academic and administrative staff about the University.

Arts | Prague TV

After doing all of Shakespeare's plays last year, Prague Shakespeare Company is branching out a bit to other authors, and also partnering more with other local companies. Their next production is All In The Timing – An Evening of Mini-Plays by David Ives.

Dining | Prague TV

Those are the worst rated restaurants in Prague according to TripAdvisor users. We went into the restaurants to read the reviews.. And yeah, it's mean.

Arts | Radio Prague

Czech organist and jazz musician Ondřej Pivec features on this year's Grammy Award-winning album Take Me to the Alley by Gregory Porter.

Life | Radio Prague

The Old New Synagogue in Prague has acquired two new Torah scrolls, the first such acquisition since the 1930s. The scrolls, containing the entire text of the Five Books of Moses, were hand-written in Israel and funded by donations to the Prague Jewish community.

Arts | ČTK

A total of 131 young musicians will participate in the 69th Prague Spring international competition, held in the harpsichord and violin categories this year, the organisers told reporters on Tuesday.

Life | ČTK

Dance and theatre performances, exhibitions, football tournaments and food festivals are part of the Czech-German Cultural Spring 2017 prepared by Czech and German institutions, Culture Minister Daniel Herman (Christian Democrats, KDU-CSL) told journalists on Tuesday.

Cinema | ČTK

The 57th International Film Festival for Children and Youth to be held in Zlín from May 26 to June 3 will focus on Swedish cinematography.

Life | Kids in Prague

At Imaginatorium your kids disappear somewhere behind a wall, get locked in a room and have to use the elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles and escape within a set time limit.

Life | Prague TV

Today is your opportunity to find out where the Prague College is and what they do every day; and to make contact with their friendly admissions team.

Arts | Prague TV

Bohuslav Martinů's opera Juliette (The Key to Dreams) is closely linked to the National Theatre in Prague, which gave its premiere on 16 March 1938, conducted by Václav Talich and directed by Jindřich Honzl, both major Czech artists of the first half of the 20th century.

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!

Life | Prague TV

The Straka Academy, which is now the seat of the Czech Government, opened 120 years ago as a school dormitory for poor children from noble families.