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  1. Rozhovor Britských listů 134. Volby 2017: Nemáme peníze na jídlo. Tak já rozmlátím byt [Britské listy interview 134.] Czech election 2017: We don´t have money for food. So I shall smash our apartment.

    Culik, Jan; Kartous, Bohumil
    Jan Čulík and Bohumil Kartous discuss the results of the general election which took place in the Czech Republic on 20th and 21st October 2017. In the elections, traditional mainstream political parties lost out and voters primarily gave their support to authoritarian, populist and xenophobic parties which have no concrete political programmes and used the emotional appeal of frustration and xenophobia in the election campaign. Bohumil Kartous argues that it is a symptom of how undeveloped Czech civic society is that voters have been willing to vote for those political parties whose sole purpose is to make money for their...

  2. Rozhovor Britských listů 134. Volby 2017: Nemáme peníze na jídlo. Tak já rozmlátím byt [Britské listy interview 134. Czech election 2017: We don´t have money for food. So I shall smash our apartment.]

    Culik, Jan; Kartous, Bohumil
    Jan Čulík and Bohumil Kartous discuss the results of the general election which took place in the Czech Republic on 20th and 21st October 2017. In the elections, traditional mainstream political parties lost out and voters primarily gave their support to authoritarian, populist and xenophobic parties which have no concrete political programmes and used the emotional appeal of frustration and xenophobia in the election campaign. Bohumil Kartous argues that it is a symptom of how undeveloped Czech civic society is that voters have been willing to vote for those political parties whose sole purpose is to make money for their...

  3. Rozhovor Britských listů 132: I v šedesátých letech měli lidi na vesnici pořád strach [Britské listy Interview 132: Even in the liberal 1960s people living in the countryside in Czechoslovakia were still afraid of the communist regime]

    Culik, Jan; Unčovský, Zbyněk
    Jan Čulík continues his interview with Zbyněk Unčovský (87) from the small town of Bystré in the Czech-Moravian Highlands about life there in the 20th century. This is a part of the systematic effort of the Britské listy Interviews to map out life in Central Europe in the 20th century. In this part of the interview, Mr. Unčovský talks about collectivisation and life under communism in Czech villages from 1945 until 1968. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 20th October 2017.

  4. Rozhovor Britských listů 131: Maminka se chtěla topit, jak jsem byl škaredej [Britské listy interview 131. My mother wanted to drown herself when she saw how ugly I was]

    Culik, Jan; Unčovský, Zbyněk
    Jan Čulík interviews Zbyněk Unčovský (87) in the small town of Bystré in the Czech-Moravian Highlands about his experiences of life in the twentieth century. In this first part of the three-part interview, Mr. Unčovský talks about his childhood and his early teenage years under the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1939.-1945. The interview is a part of a systematic effort by Britské listy interviews to map out Central European history during the twentieth century. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable television station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 13th October 2017.

  5. Rozhovor Britských listů 130. Indie: Ohromující kulturní rozmanitost [Britské listy Interview 130. India: Stunning cultural diversity]

    Culik, Jan; Švecová, Dominika; Duchoňová, Kateřina
    Jan Čulík interviews Czech documentary film maker Dominika Švecová and Czech psychiatrist Kateřina Duchoňová about their experiences from their trip to India. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable television station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 6th October 2017.

  6. Rozhovor Britských listů 129. Prezident Novotný neuměl hovořit spatra [Britské listy Interview 129. Czech President Novotný was unable to speak in public without a piece of paper in front of him]

    Culik, Jan; Řezáč, František
    Jan Čulík interviews František Řezáč, a technologist who worked for many years for the Pilsen "Škoda" industrial enterprise, about his reminiscences of the gradual liberalisation in Czechoslovakia which started in the mid-1950s with Czechoslovakia´s participation at the EXPO 56 world exhibition in Brussels. This is a part of the systematic effort by Britské listy interviews to map out 20th century cultural and political history of Czechoslovakia The interview was broadcast by Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 27th September 2017.

  7. Rozhovor Britských listů 128. Sedmdesát let jsme nezažili válku. Nevážíme si toho [Britské listy interview 128. We have not experienced war for seventy years. Yet we do not value this]

    Culik, Jan; Havas, Michael
    Jan Čulík interviews Michael Havas, the world famous New Zealand documentary film maker and film producer of Czech origin, about his views, his life and his work. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 20th September 2017.

  8. Gedgem- Kuchurikuku – Resilience – the Documentary

    Tordzro, Gameli; Phipps, Alison

  9. Broken World, Broken Word - the making

    Tordzro, Gameli; Phipps, Alison

  10. Rozhovor Britských listů 127. Měl by být Julius Fučík v pantheonu Národního muzea? [Should Julius Fučík be in the Pantheon of the Czech National Museum?]

    Švec, Štefan; Culik, Jan
    Michal Lukeš, the director of the Czech National Museum in Prague, announced recently that instead of the bust of the communist hero Julius Fučík, he wants to place a bust of the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph into the Pantheon of the Czech National Museum. Fučík was an interwar communist journalist who was arrested by the Gestapo during the Second World War, was executed in 1943 and became internationally famous after the war with his Report from the Gallows, written in the Nazi prison and smuggled out. Fučík was a major icon of the post-war Czechoslovak Stalinist regime, yet later he...

  11. Rozhovor Britských listů 125: I stalinský režim se snažil lidem zavděčit, aby se nebouřili [Britské listy Interview 125: Even the Stalinist regime attemted to ingratiate itself with the population, making sure that people do not stage a revolution]

    Blaive, Muriel; Culik, Jan
    French historian Muriel Blaive, a well known expert specialising in the modern history of the Czech Republic, has recently horrified right-wing media commentators in the Czech Republic when she pointed out that it is very difficult to see the communist regime which ruled Czechoslovakia in 1948-1989 as "totalitarian" and that even the harshest version of this regime always aimed at a consensus with the Czechoslovak population. Blaive has been accused of being a "neoMarxist" and a "communist". In this Britské listy interview, Muriel Blaive explains her case to Jan Čulík. The interview was broadcast on the Czech cable TV station...

  12. Salt for Svanetia (newly commissioned score)

    Alexander, Philip; Lawson, Greg; Caribe, Mario; Garnett, Pete; Nicolson, Guy
    Moishe’s Bagel bring their exhilarating blend of jazz inflected Eastern European and klezmer music to create a new score for Mikhail Kalatozov’s remarkable 1930 Soviet propaganda silent film Salt for Svanetia which recently took centre stage at the Bo’Ness Hippfest. Kalatozov’s visually striking and at times disturbing film originally promoted Soviet measures to modernise the isolated Svan people of the Caucasus Mountains in north-west Georgia and is a dramatic combination of ethnographic history and socialist realism. The evening will feature a full set from the band followed by the film screening after the interval. Moishe’s Bagel are Phil Alexander (keyboards), Greg...

  13. Rozhovor Britských listů 124. Co je podstatou terorismu? [Britské listy Interview 124. What causes terrorism?]

    Culik, Jan; Vesely, Daniel
    Jan Culik and Daniel Vesely discuss the causes of terrorism in Europe and in the Middle East now and in the past fifty years.

  14. Rozhovor Britských listů 123. Je Evropa na hraně propasti? [Britské listy interview 123. Is Europe on the edge of a chasm?]

    Culik, Jan; Kartous, Bohumil
    Jan Culik and Bohumil Kartous discuss the recent developments concerning Brexit in the United Kingdom after the June 2017 UK general election. They also debate about how and why Brexit has led to the growth of support for the European Union in the countries of Western Europe, they talk about the role of the new French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron in these developments and about the current attitudes of the Czech Republic and the other Central and East European countries to the EU.

  15. Rozhovor Britských listů 122. Vytvoření tvrdého jádra EU bude mít na ČR drsný dopad [Britské listy interview 122. The creation of a hard core of the European Union will have a strongly negative impact on the Czech Republic]

    Culik, Jan; Pehe, Jiri
    Jan Čulík interviews Jiří Pehe, the well.-known Czech political scientist and Head of New York University in Prague about the current attitudes of the Czech Republic to the European Union.

  16. Rozhovor Britských listů 121. Mám velkou příchylnost k přirozenému životu [Britské listy Interview 121] I have great affinity to natural life

    Culik, Jan; Slama, Bohdan
    At the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Jan Culik interviews the celebrated Czech film director Bohdan Slama about his five feature films, especially his latest Bába z ledu (Ice Mother, 2017).

  17. Public service reform and participatory budgeting: How can Scotland learn from international evidence?

    Brunner, Richard; Pradeau, Gil
    This short documentary film explores how community planning partners from two of What Works Scotland's case sites learnt about implementing participatory budgeting on a study trip to Paris, a European leader in mainstreaming PB. One of the goals of What Works Scotland is to understand how public services in Scotland can learn from international evidence. One approach to this is fact-finding visits by public services to international partners working on comparable policy and practice issues. Find out more on the What Works Scotland website about: - the context for participatory budgeting - the study trip to Paris - how...

  18. Burns and the fiddle

    McGuinness, David; Mcgregor, Aaron; McGillivray, Alison
    Historically-informed performances of fiddle tunes which Robert Burns subsequently made into songs, played from contemporary and earlier sources.

  19. What News

    Roberts, Alasdair; McGuinness, David; Skuse, Amble
    A collection of Scottish traditional ballads arranged for voice, historical pianos and electronics.

  20. Johann Sebastian Bach - Christmas Oratorio, with Dunedin Consort

    Butt, John
    Following the huge success of 2015's Magnificat & Christmas Cantata, Dunedin Consort releases its eagerly awaited follow up, Bach's Christmas Oratorio.

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