The best of Radio Prague International’s interviews
Every year we at Radio Prague International interview scores of fascinating people either from the Czech Republic or with a
connection to the country.
With Prague Talk you get the best of those interviews as a regularly updated podcast, delivered as a download to your device or
available via streaming services.
YouTube star Bald and Bankrupt now lives here in the Czech Republic. In this interview the Englishman discusses his fascination with everything Soviet, the future of Belarus, his Covid experiences and much more.
Krištof Kintera is known for thought-provoking, witty sculptures that frequently have a kinetic energy. Here he talks about his methods, the "adventure" of discovering beauty in unexpected places – and almost having a heart attack the first time he visited Prague's paradise of electronic junk.
UK travel writer and Trigger Happy TV creator Dom Joly discusses a "magical" year in Prague in the early 1990s, when he didn't apply himself much as a diplomat with the European Commission but did develop a deep and abiding love of the city.
The European Commission’s vice-president for transparency and values discusses whether Facebook et al should regulate political content, disinformation targeted at EU states by Russia and China and a host of other issues.
Adéla Horáková quit a top law job to devote all of her energies to campaigning for marriage equality. This wide-ranging conversation takes in everything from her own experiences of coming out to the possibility of the mistreatment of the LGBT community seen in other CEE states also appearing in the Czech Republic.
Lukáš Houdek runs Hate Free Culture, a state agency combatting hate speech, and is also a photographer, artist and radio documentary maker. Here he discusses his own path to human rights and much more.
Top Czech movie star Anna Geislerová has won plaudits for her role as Václav Havel’s wife Olga in the biopic Havel. Here she discusses playing Olga Havlová, her own encounters with the Havels – and way more.
Under the name Las Saboritas, Ana Hernandez Blackstad and Alison Maciejewski have done over 300 Twitter reviews of Prague restaurants in recent years. Here the former discusses how the city's dining scene is being impacted by the coronavirus crisis.
Sound designer Juraj Mravec moved to London to find out why UK and US films sounded better than Czech ones. He has since worked on the likes of The Crown, Black Mirror, Peaky Blinders and other top TV shows.
Czech missionary Petr Jašek was subjected to humiliation and violence when placed in a cell with prisoners from ISIS in Sudan, where he was caught carrying out covert missionary work.