Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Life

Grandeur and grittiness collide in Prague

Globe Life |
5 May 2010

There's much more to explore just beyond Prague's popular tourist zones.

Professor Lubomír Doležel – now retired doyen of Czech Studies in Toronto

Radio Prague |
4 May 2010

Professor Lubomír Doležel, who was born in the Moravian village of Lesnice in 1922, is an internationally respected academic best known for his pioneering work in literary theory and linguistics.

The long wait at Pankrác prison

Radio Prague |
3 May 2010

I recently came back from a visit to Prague's Pankrác prison. Such were the preliminaries and security checks that it was harder to get in than out.

Dadaism you can dance to

Prague Post |
30 April 2010

At Archa, a double dose of innovative industrial music.

Songs for a spring night

Prague Post |
30 April 2010

Violeta Urmana softens her stage persona for Prague.

Old guard to open new bars

Prague Post |
30 April 2010

Three expat entrepreneurs go against trends during economic crisis.

Anthology tracks prose and poetry of past 20 years

Prague Post |
30 April 2010

New literary collection is a mix of Czech and expat writing.

Czechs in Afghanistan: You have to ask the women where the water is, but how?

Radio Prague |
30 April 2010

Say Afghanistan, and a whole range of difficult issues comes to mind, at the forefront of which is the position of women.

Acclaimed boat theatre returns for 10th year

Radio Prague |
30 April 2010

It is hard to believe that it has been ten years since the Forman brothers' Loď Tajemství (Mystery Boat), an avant garde theatre with performances held on an 84-metre long barge, first set out on the Vltava River.

Egon Erwin Kisch – the Raging Reporter

Radio Prague |
29 April 2010

One of Prague's best known German-language authors was Egon Erwin Kisch, who was born in the Czech capital 125 years ago this Thursday.

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