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  1. Rozhovor Britských listů 165. Byl jsem v uprchlickém táboře v Kurdistánu [Britské listy Interview 165. I have been to a refugee camp in Kurdistan]

    Čulik, Jan; Vesely, Daniel
    Jan Čulík interviews Daniel Veselý, a foreign affairs analyst working for Czech public service radio and for Britské listy, about his recent stay in Kurdistan in Turkey and in Iraq.

  2. Mantrāṅkam: Excerpts from the Puṟappāṭә (Malayalam and Sanskrit, with English subtitles)

    Gamliel, Ophira; Amin, Edo
    Creating English captions for a dance performance seems like a mere technical detail – but can get complicated when the translated language is a highly formalised gesture language, when the video accompanies an academic project by renowned scholars and translation needs to be scientifically robust, and when the syntax of the dance movement itself has little in common with English syntax. Is it possible to preserve the delight and suspense in the original narration while respecting those limitations? You be the judge – after watching minute 27:00 and on. This video presents the sequence of performative events that constitute the first...

  3. Best Snack Ever (with English subtitles)

    Gamliel, Ophira; Amin, Edo
    Video excerpts from the first day of the Mantrāṅkam, the third act of the drama The Ministers' Vow (pratijñāyaugandharāyaṇam) performed by Kalamandalam Rama Chakyar in Kerala in September, 2013, under the auspices of Tübingen University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. David Shulman (Hebrew University) and Heike Moser (Tuebingen University) collaborated in the documentation and study of Koodiyattam theater since 2009. The 2013-2013 project involving students and artists from Kerala, Germany and Israel, was funded by the German Israeli Fund. Ophira Gamliel (Hebrew University) conducts her research on Kerala culture and Malayalam language since 2003. Camera: Aviv Nave Translation and selection: Ophira Gamliel Animation Art...

  4. Rozhovor Britských listů 164. Ničí sociální sítě demokracii? [Britské listy interview 164. Are the social networks destroying democracy?]

    Čulik, Jan; Pehe, Jiri
    Has the existence of social networks contributed to the fact that politics in many countries of the world has been taken over by populists? And what can be done against this? Jan Čulík talks to Jiří Pehe, the director of the Prague branch of New York University and a well-known international political commentator about these themes.

  5. Rozhovor Britských listů 163. Vládnou nám nekvalitní politikové [Britské listy interview 163. We are being governed by low quality politicians]

    Čulík, Jan; Kartous, Bohumil
    "If we’re very lucky we’ll soon wake up to discover the past two years has been like the series finale of Dallas in which everything that had happened in previous episodes had merely been a bad dream. But until then we have to assume that the political leaders we have are real and treat them as such. Something that is getting harder by the day as they find new ways of redefining mediocrity. Each week the bar seems to get lower and still Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are unable to clear it," wrote John Crace in the Guardian on...

  6. Rozhovor Britských listů 162. Povede ožebračení v důsledku automatizace znovu k pokusům zavést komunismus? [Britské listy Interview 162. Will the impoverishment of society due to AI lead to renewed attempts to introduce communism?]

    Culik, Jan; Kartous, Bohumil
    In a recent lecture in Canada, Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, has warned that cataclysmic economic development caused by the introduction of AI will lead to renewed attempts to introduce communism. Are Central European countries, including the Czech Republic, making any preparations for the fact that according to OECD estimates some 50 per cent of jobs will disappear in these countries over the next few years? Due to all this, the Czech Republic should be heavily investing into innovative educational structures. It is doing no such thing. These issues are discussed by Jan Čulík and Bohumil...

  7. Rozhovor Britských listů 161. Kdy bude mít konečně ČR vládu s mandátem parlamentu? [Britské listy interview 161. When will the Czech Republic finally have a government which has been approved by Parliament?]

    Čulík, Jan; Pehe, Jiri
    It has been impossible, since the Czech general election which took place in October 2017, to create a government which would have been approved by Parliament. Should not the country be still governed by the government of the Social Democratic PM Bohuslav Sobotka, as before the election? At the moment, the Czech Republic has a government of oligarch Andrej Babiš, which is making major decisions, although it has not been approved by Parliament, Jan Čulík is debating this and other issues of contemporary Czech politics with Jiří Pehe, a globally recognised political commentator and head of the Prague branch of New...

  8. Good English [video]

    Sithole, Tawona
    No abstract available.

  9. A Guide to the Traveller [video]

    Sithole, Tawona
    No abstract available.

  10. Rozhovor Britských listů 159. Na Západě je daleko větší konkurence [Britské listy interview 159. There is much stronger competition in the West]

    Culik, Jan; Raska, Francis
    Czechoslovak emigrants who left their country for the West after the 1948 communist takeover mostly failed in their careers there, while Czechoslovak emigrants who left their country for the West after the Soviet invasion of 1968 were mostly spectacularly successful in their careers there, ending up with top university jobs, not only in Europe but also in the US and particularly in Canada. In this TV interview, broadcast by the Czech cable TV from 6th April, 2018, Jan Čulík talks to Francis Raška, a specialist in the history of Czechoslovak emigration to the West in the 20th century, discussing...

  11. Rozhovor Britských listů 158. "Indové mají daleko vyšší IQ než Češi" [Britské listy interview 158. "The IQ of the Indians is much higher than the IQ of the Czechs"]

    Culik, Jan; Jadav, Pria; Svecova, Dominika
    This is of course not true. Nevertheless, the interview reveals a series of interesting views about the Czech Republic held by a young Indian student Pria Jadav who has spent a year living in a Czech family and attending a Czech (Catholic, denominational) secondary school in the Moravian town of Zlín. In this Britské listy interview, Jan Culik interviews Pria Jadav about her views of the Czech Republic and the Czech documentary film maker Dominika Svecová about her views of India. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station from 30th March 2018.

  12. STV Scotland Tonight (broadcast 28 March 2018)

    Perez De Leon, Vicente
    No abstract available.

  13. STV Scotland Tonight (broadcast 26 March 2018)

    Perez De Leon, Vicente
    No abstract available.

  14. Rozhovor Britských listů 156. Proč lidi milují lživé zprávy? [Britské listy interview 156. Why do people love fake news?]

    Culik, Jan; Maca, Roman
    Jan Čulík talks to Roman Máca, from the Prague based think tank Evropské hodnoty (European Values) about why so many people so avidly follow and disseminate fake news and what to do about it.

  15. Rozhovor Britských listů 152. Čeho dosáhl Donald Trump za první rok svého prezidentství [Britské listy Interview 152. What has Donald Trump achieved during the first year of his presidency?]

    Čulík, Jan; Veselý, Daniel
    Jan Čulík and Britské listy foreign affairs analyst Daniel Veselý discuss the achievements of US President Donald Trump since his inauguration in January 2017. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station from 16th February 2018.

  16. Rozhovor Britských listů 151. Odchod ČR z EU by byla katastrofa [Britské listy interview 151. The departure of the Czech Republic from the EU would be a catastrophe]

    Čulik, Jan; Pehe, Jiri
    As a result of the general election in October 2017, the Czech Republic has moved towards authoritarian rule. As a result of the re-election of the populist extreme right wing president Miloš Zeman in January 2018, the Czech Republic has moved even further towards authoritarian rule. The Czech Republic is one of the most eurosceptic countries in the EU and since the October 2017 general election, right wing extremists in Czech parliament have demanded a referendum about Czexit from the EU. In this interview, Jan Čulík speaks to Jiří Pehe, Director of New York University (Prague) and a well-known global...

  17. Rozhovor Britských listů 150. Volba Miloše Zemana je voláním o pomoc [Britské listy interview 150. The re-election of President Miloš Zeman was a call for help]

    Čulik, Jan; Hlavenka, Jiří
    Jan Čulík interview journalist, entrepreneur and Czech regional authority elected representative Jiří Hlavenka about the reasons why the Czech voters have re-elected the populist extreme right wing President Miloš Zeman and what could be done to respond to this ""call for help". The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station from 6th February 2018.

  18. Rozhovor Britských listů 149. Společným jmenovatelem zemanovského tábora je strach [Britské listy interview 149. Fear is the common denominator of the camp of Zeman's supporters]

    Čulik, Jan; Pehe, Jiri
    Jan Čulík interviews Jiří Pehe, the well known global political scientist and director of New York University in Prague, about the reasons why the extreme right wing, populist president Miloš Zeman won the Czech Presidential election in January 2018, and about what impact his re-election might mean for Czech and Central European politics. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station from Friday 2nd February 2018.

  19. Rozhovor Britských listů 148. Zeman je šutr hozený do oken Pražáků [Britské listy interview 148. Zeman is a stone which has been thrown into the windows of the Prague people's apartments]

    Čulik, Jan; Kartous, Bohumil
    Jan Čulík and Bohumil Kartous debate the reasons why the extreme right wing, populist president Miloš Zeman won the Czech Presidential election in January 2018, and look at what impact his re-election might mean for Czech and Central European politics. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station from Thursday 1st February 2018.

  20. The Game is On! - Episode 1 – The Adventure of the Girl with the Light Blue Hair [video]

    Deazley, Ronan; Meletti, Bartolomeo
    In a fictional land called London, Sherlock Holmes and John Watson meet a curious client: the toymaker Joseph who has just recently signed a deal with some Hollywoodland producers to make a movie featuring Joseph’s most famous toy. However, soon after the deal was announced, a graffiti artist – a mysterious girl with light blue hair – started painting violent and bloody images all over London, images that Joseph finds disturbing. What does the mysterious girl want? Why is she painting her graffiti? Sherlock is intrigued. The Game is On!

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