Former Czech Radio director general Peter Duhan has died at the age of 71. The Slovak-born Duhan headed the public broadcaster for over four years and stood down in 2015 for health reasons. While he was in charge Czech Radio introduced the new stations Plus, Jazz and Rádio Junior.
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