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  • Radio Prague - Chris Johnstone
    in economics to back up the pretensions of special knowledge In fact most of the degree was in politics and history which comes in handy for the monthly feature Czech History Back Articles by the author Current Affairs Czech cyber security preparedness still lacking 12 02 2016 13 56 Marketplace Czech trade agency shares plaudits for booming export figures 10 02 2016 13 38 Business Flawed safety checks at Czech nuclear plants lasted for around a decade 08 02 2016 13 37 Current Affairs Czech steelmakers fear flood of Chinese imports 05 02 2016 13 41 Current Affairs Tsunami of VAT proposals flood Czech political scene 03 02 2016 13 52 Marketplace Czech euro enthusiasts fear delay will make adoption a lot more difficult 03 02 2016 13 53 Business Euro adoption comes off the sidelines but star billing still uncertain 01 02 2016 13 08 Current Affairs Czech Republic seen in top 20 of most competitive global manufacturing locations 28 01 2016 13 41 Marketplace Medical cannabis market shows growing pains 27 01 2016 13 32 Czech History Czech film world focuses on traumatic life of Lída Baarová 23 01 2016 Page 1 85 1 10 Final Česky Deutsch English Español Français Pусский Featured 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Latest programme in English Latest programme in English AAC 63kbps Archive RSS RSS and Podcasting Take your pick from our new RSS channels Facebook Facebook Become a fan of Radio Prague Twitter Twitter Follow us on Twitter More from Radio Prague Friends of Czech Heritage the UK volunteers Christian Gjørret on robot performance Karel Weirich the courageous journalist Court undermines mandatory Czech vaccination Thor Garcia Do what scares you the most Not having own space helps London Czech Centre Topics Domestic affairs Army Citizen Political parties Politics Regional

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  • Radio Prague
    eastward 12 525 GHz select CRo Radio Praha You can find the Astra 3A broadcast schedule in the Broadcasting Chart Radio Prague s English broadcast can be picked up in Europe on the WRN English channel Eutelsat Hotbird 6 13 degrees eastward and on Sky Digital Eurobird 1 28 5 degrees eastward channel 0122 in North America on the channel WRN English Galaxy 19 97 degrees westward in Asia and the Pacific on WRN English Intelsat 10 originally PAS 10 on 68 5 degrees eastward and in Africa on WRN English Intelsat 10 originally PAS 10 68 5 degrees eastward Radio Prague s Russian broadcast can be picked up in Europe on the WRN Russian channel Eutelsat Hotbird 6 13 degrees eastward You can find an updated broadcasting schedule on the website of WRN MOBILE Radio Prague now offers listeners a mobile phone version of its website at www radio cz allowing you to access individual sound files news current affairs reports features our daily half hour programmes as well as Radio Prague broadcasts in stream mode In some cases you may have to install the respective application into your mobile phone iPhone users can download CRo iRadio application from AppStore for free Android users can download Český rozhlas application from Android Market REBROADCASTING The following radio stations are rebroadcasting Radio Prague s programme Slovakia Czech broadcast of Slovak Radio Czech Ukraine Radio Žitomir Czech Serbia Radio Bela Crkva Czech Croatia Radio Daruvar Czech Romania Radio Timisoara Czech Radio Resita Czech Australia SBS Sydney Czech 6EBA Perth Czech 4EB Brisbane Czech USA WCEV Chicago Czech Russia Radio WRN Moskva 738 kHz Russian for broadcast schedule see WRN Georgia Radio Positive Russian Spain Radio Exterior de Espaňa Russian France Czech Republic Radio France Internationale French Austria Radio Ypsilon German Freies Radio Freistadt German Argentina Radio R Patagonia Spanish Chile Radio El Verbo Spanish Bolivia Radio Laser Libertad Spanish Venezuela Radio Ayre Venezuela Spanish Ecuador Radio la Vida Spanish Mexico Radio Universidad Benito Juaréz Oaxaca Spanish Radio Mexico Internacional Spanish USA Caribbean Radio Miami International Spanish see shortwave Radio Miami International English see shortwave BROADCASTING WITHIN THE CZECH REPUBLIC You can tune in to Radio Prague s news and current affairs broadcasts in English from Monday to Friday on Czech Radio s channel Regina at 92 6 FM from 8 04pm to 8 15 pm CET Radio Prague listeners can tune in to our cultural magazine in French Une semaine à Prague from 4 10 pm to 4 30 pm on Wednesdays and 11 10 am to 11 30 am on Saturdays on 99 3 FM Česky Deutsch English Español Français Pусский Featured 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Related articles 22 01 2016 12 33 Anti virus multinational opens new office centre in Prague 02 12 2015 12 08 Czech government backs more women on company boards 06 11 2015 16 02 One of three Syrian families taken in for medical reasons has departed for Germany 22 10 2015 12

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  • Radio Prague - Radio Prague - English Broadcast Programme
    Sport News Radio Prague brings you the latest news in Czech sports TUESDAY In Focus Events and issues shaping contemporary Czech society WEDNESDAY Marketplace news reports and interviews from the world of Czech business and beyond THURSDAY Panorama our weekly foray into all things Czech from cultural and artistic trends to social phenomena FRIDAY Business News a weekly round up of business and technology news from the Czech Republic The Arts reports on the rich cultural life of a country in the heart of Europe SATURDAY Czech Books a feature looking at Czech writing today Czech History remarkable people and events in Czech history Czech Life our series where you learn about different aspects of day to day life in the Czech Republic Mailbox we reply to your letters e mails and phone calls and answer your questions Magazine The show that starts where the news ends we bring you the stories you might otherwise have missed My Prague In My Prague an interesting resident of the Czech capital takes us to places in the city to which they have a particular connection Letter from Prague a personal view of life in and around the Czech capital SoundCzech learn useful Czech phrases through song lyrics SUNDAY Sunday Music Show a weekly half hour music programme featuring all manner of different styles and genres from classical to alternative rock to hip hop each time with a different host Česky Deutsch English Español Français Pусский Featured 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Latest programme in English Latest programme in English AAC 63kbps Archive RSS RSS and Podcasting Take your pick from our new RSS channels Facebook Facebook Become a fan of Radio Prague Twitter Twitter Follow us on Twitter More from Radio Prague Friends of Czech Heritage the UK volunteers Christian

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  • Radio Prague - Radio Prague reception report
    Change your account details already registered users If you are a registered subscriber enter your e mail address and password and click OK On the following page you will be able to change your preferences for receiving news from Radio Prague Your e mail address Password Forgotten your password If you have forgotten your password provide us with the e mail address where you receive news bulletins We will send you your password Your e mail address Česky Deutsch English Español Français Pусский Featured 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Latest programme in English Latest programme in English AAC 63kbps Archive RSS RSS and Podcasting Take your pick from our new RSS channels Facebook Facebook Become a fan of Radio Prague Twitter Twitter Follow us on Twitter More from Radio Prague Friends of Czech Heritage the UK volunteers Christian Gjørret on robot performance Karel Weirich the courageous journalist Court undermines mandatory Czech vaccination Thor Garcia Do what scares you the most Not having own space helps London Czech Centre Topics Domestic affairs Army Citizen Political parties Politics Regional politics Foreign policy Czech American relations Czech British relations Diplomacy NATO Visegrad Four Business Agriculture Business Employment Finance Industry Transport European

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  • Radio Prague - Radio Prague's QSL Cards
    which they broadcast In the era of shortwave broadcasts Radio Prague sent out QSL cards for reception reports received After curtailing our shortwave transmissions as of February 1 2011 we will continue issuing QSL cards for reception via the Internet QSL 2016 Special QSL cards 90th anniversary of Czech Radio 75th anniversary of Radio Prague 85th anniversary of Czech Radio 70th anniversary of Radio Prague 65th anniversary of Radio Prague Here you can look through our current and past series of QSL cards QSL 2016 Czech religious monuments QSL 2015 Czech industrial monuments QSL 2014 Czech landscapes QSL 2013 Czechoslovak airplanes QSL 2012 Czech painters QSL 2011 Czech castles and chateaus QSL 2010 Czech writers QSL 2009 Czech locomotives QSL 2008 Czech sportsmen QSL 2007 Lookout towers in the Czech Republic QSL 2006 Czech scientists and inventors QSL 2005 Spas in the Czech Republic QSL 2004 The Year of Czech Music 2004 QSL 2003 Czechoslovak motor cycles QSL 2002 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Czech Republic QSL 2001 Historical Radio Technology QSL 2000 Past and Present of Czech Radio QSL 1999 Historical Radios QSL 1998 Historical Czech Automobiles QSL 1997 Czech Cities Historical QSL Cards We are sorry but these QSL cards are no longer available Preserving old QSL cards We have received a letter from a listener in the United States Mr Jerry Berg who has written a book about the history of shortwave radio and the DX hobby He is the chairperson of a special committee of the Association of North American Radio Clubs aimed at preserving old QSL cards that would otherwise be thrown away If youd like to know more about the committees work and Jerrys book have a look at his website http www ontheshortwaves com Česky Deutsch English Español Français Pусский Featured 1

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  • Radio Prague - English service staff
    Hrozínková Alex Rosenzweig Internet Service Staff Lenka Žižková Štěpánka Budková Barbora Kmentová Kristýna Maková Jiří Němec Miloš Turek Eva Turečková Petr Bláha Igor Lobovský German Service Staff Till Janzer Lothar Martin Martina Schneibergová Markéta Kachlíková Annette Kraus Jitka Mládková Russian Service Staff Anton Kaimakov Loreta Vašková Olga Vasinkevich Spanish Service Staff Freddy Valverde Roman Casado Ivana Vonderková Carlos Ferrer Dominika Bernáthová Sound Engineering Pavel Kahoun Dagmar Tylová Irena Věrnochová Libuše Vondrová Aleš Krupka Zuzana Vlčková Jiří Matějček Secretariat Marie Pittnerová Magdalena Kašubová Česky Deutsch English Español Français Pусский Featured 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Related articles 22 01 2016 12 33 Anti virus multinational opens new office centre in Prague 02 12 2015 12 08 Czech government backs more women on company boards 06 11 2015 16 02 One of three Syrian families taken in for medical reasons has departed for Germany 22 10 2015 12 28 High level Czech delegation detained at Moscow airport 19 06 2015 18 29 Twelve foreigners detained during police raid at Prague s Main Train Station 21 05 2015 14 58 Bookmakers say Czechs have no chance at Eurovision More Latest programme in English Latest programme in English AAC 63kbps Archive RSS RSS and Podcasting Take your pick from our new RSS channels Facebook Facebook Become a fan of Radio Prague Twitter Twitter Follow us on Twitter More from Radio Prague Friends of Czech Heritage the UK volunteers Christian Gjørret on robot performance Karel Weirich the courageous journalist Court undermines mandatory Czech vaccination Thor Garcia Do what scares you the most Not having own space helps London Czech Centre Topics Domestic affairs Army Citizen Political parties Politics Regional politics Foreign policy Czech American relations Czech British relations Diplomacy NATO Visegrad Four Business Agriculture Business Employment Finance Industry Transport European Union Euro European

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  • Radio Prague - History of Radio Prague
    who lives in Prague Helena Kronska Stepanova who lives in Germany and Ivan Jelinek who lives in the United Kingdom and who provided us with some rare memories I d also like to take this opportunity to thank current and former colleagues both from Radio Prague and Czech Radio who contributed to recreating many lost moments in the station s history People say that one has to understand the past in order to predict the future Radio Prague s past suggests that the station is strong enough to overcome just about any obstacle history can throw at it and will continue to survive the test of time Radio Prague does not aspire to become a global source of information about everything and for everybody It will remain a small station providing the world with the latest information about political economic and cultural affairs in the Czech Republic It will remain the Voice of the Czech Republic around the world and that is important It is useful to know that you can hear the latest news from Prague even in some of the most distant corners of the globe And all you need is a radio The technology of listening is certainly changing but the radio as a medium will always find new listeners I m firmly convinced that Radio Prague will continue to find listeners in the future Česky Deutsch English Español Français Pусский Featured 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Related articles 22 01 2016 12 33 Anti virus multinational opens new office centre in Prague 02 12 2015 12 08 Czech government backs more women on company boards 06 11 2015 16 02 One of three Syrian families taken in for medical reasons has departed for Germany 22 10 2015 12 28 High level Czech delegation detained

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  • Radio Prague - Czech Radio history
    radio was subject to the protectorate authorities and all employees of Jewish origin were forced to leave The short wave international service was limited to a two hour broadcast in the Czech language During the Second World War programmes were broadcast to Bohemia from Moscow Washington and London which was the seat of the Czechoslovak exile government Listening to those broadcasts in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia was a crime punishable by severe sentences QSL card On May 5 1945 a call to arms broadcast on the radio started the Prague Uprising The following battles in the surroundings of the radio building claimed many lives and the building itself was severely damaged After the war the international service broadcasting on short wave resumed The news was not written by the Czechoslovak Press Agency like before the war but the news bulletins were produced by Czechoslovak Radio itself After the communist takeover in 1948 Czechoslovak Radio was nationalised For the next forty years the media in Czechoslovakia were to serve the people and the Communist Party In 1948 the international MEVRO radio exhibition took place in Prague where the first Czechoslovak television set was displayed The 1950s reflect the escalating war of ideologies and also technical progress Czechoslovak Radio broadcast on two nationwide stations Prague and Bratislava new transmitters were built new regional stations opened In 1952 Czechoslovak Radio started jamming the broadcasts of Radio Free Europe An authority called the Main Board of Press Supervision was established to play the role of a censor In 1953 Czech Television started its broadcasts Until 1957 television broadcasting was part of Czechoslovak Radio At the beginning of the 1960s Czechoslovak Radio started FM broadcasting in the 60 80 MHz band New studio building In the 1960s the political climate became more liberal a situation in which Czechoslovak media could thrive This liberal period was forcibly ended by the invasion of the Warsaw Pact armies on the 21st of August 1968 There was another battle of Czechoslovak Radio similar to the one at the end of the Second World War Fifteen Prague citizens and radio employees lost their lives in a battle with Soviet armed forces who eventually seized the building but radio broadcasting continued from other locations Regular broadcasting from the Czechoslovak Radio building resumed on September 9 1968 In the following period also known as the normalisation hundreds of employees were forced to leave the radio because of their political views In 1970 a nationwide station called Hvezda or Star was established bringing news 24 hours a day The same year saw a continuing proliferation of stereo technology in FM broadcasts In 1972 a nationwide station Vltava was launched focusing on classical music and radio drama At the same time a five hour music and news programme in five languages called Interprogramme Radio Prague was introduced It was intended for foreigners living in Czechoslovakia and neighbouring countries The 1970s saw a boom of short wave broadcasts by Radio Prague Programmes in

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