Monday, 20 November 2017

Life

Oldřich Škácha – photographer of Havel and others

Radio Prague |
13 August 2010

In his basement studio in the Šelmberkovský Palace in Prague's Malá Strana, Oldřich Škácha is visibly amused as he points out a shot he took in 1991. It features then finance minister Václav Klaus, grinning broadly, flanked by two bunny girls at a Playboy ball. Škácha says he likes to exhibit the picture today as a little jab at the president.

Out of the ashes

Prague Post |
13 August 2010

For GB Theatre Company, the show must go on.

Bigger than Balkan

Prague Post |
13 August 2010

Beirut expands their brass-based sound by going south of the border.

Sacred sights and sounds

Prague Post |
13 August 2010

A 14th-century church transforms into a premier club.

Going rogue

Prague Post |
13 August 2010

There is guerrilla war, guerrilla marketing and then there are the Guerrilla Knitters.

A walk across Prague's Charles Bridge

Radio Prague |
12 August 2010

In this edition of Spotlight, we walk across the bridge with architect Martin Krise from a preservationists' association called the Club for Ancient Prague.

A band called Airfare

Radio Prague |
11 August 2010

Founded by Czech-American frontman Thomas Lichtag, now 23, the four-member band plays catchy, sometimes harder alternative rock, with all songs sung in English.

New school in Prague center to offer Irish dancing classes

Radio Prague |
11 August 2010

A new school devoted solely to Irish dancing will soon open its doors in Prague. Lessons at Luas, Irish for speed, are due to start next month.

The Cult play Archa

Prague TV |
10 August 2010

The Cult blaze into Divadlo Archa on Tuesday, 10 August, to play the classic Love album in its entirety.

Highland Games at Sychrov Castle

Expats.cz |
9 August 2010

Expats.cz looks at the annual celebration of Scottish culture.

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