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Celebrating Ten Years on the Air!

Unbelievable we have been at this since 2008. Our objectives remain valid and even more important for the internet’s citizens to protect FREE SPEECH. (Fuck you potus)

The Anonymous® Show is an internet radio programme that discusses a variety of weighty topics, including social issues. The Anonymity angle is also a way of poking fun at political correctness.

“I strongly believe there is NO acceptable form of censorship in a TRULY free society, only OPEN debate and discussion. That is true tolerance; the tolerance of another’s ideas. Too many people don’t express their feelings because they’re afraid of what other people might think. By helping them retain the internet’s cloak of anonymity, strangers can reveal what they would really like to say”

We’re on a planet in outer space!

We’re on a planet in outer space! Happy Earth Day 2018.

Let’s STOP Monsanto!

MAM

Join the Fight on Saturday May 21st 2016

Driven by nothing more than old men and their perennial Masters-of-the-Universe hard-on, Monsanto heads the list of the world’s most hated corporations.

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Synthetic drugs a threat again?

New or newly-reopened speciality shops are once again selling highly-dubious synthetic drugs in the Czech Republic. While legal for the time being, experts warn the substances, if used recreationally, can prove extremely hazardous to health. In April, Czech legislators passed a bill adding more than 30 similar drugs to a list of banned substances; but manufacturers and sellers have managed to work around the law by slightly changing the chemical formulas involved.

Česká Republika | the Art of Pen Stealing!?


Is the president of the Czech Republic a thief? You decide! Read the rest of this entry »

Welcoming 2010| World ready for a more hopeful New Year!


People all around the world gathered in groups large and small last night to usher out the previous year, and welcome the arrival of 2010. Under a rare New Year’s Eve Blue Moon, crowds watched fireworks, cheered, made resolutions, and counted down to midnight.

From fireworks over Sydney’s famous bridge to balloons sent aloft in Tokyo, revelers across the globe at least temporarily shelved worries about the future to bid farewell to “The Noughties” — a bitter-tinged nickname for the first decade of the 21st century playing on a term for “zero” and evoking the word naughty. Read the rest of this entry »

Radio Praha | Czech Bonnie and Clyde make headlines

Dagmar Tauchenová and Pavel Tauchen

Dagmar Tauchenová and Pavel Tauchen


It’s the kind of story that makes film scenarios – a husband and wife on the run after a daring escape from prison, just a few months after their wedding. But this story ended badly – within 24 hours of the man’s escape, the police had caught up with them. The man was dead, the woman critically injured.

Who are the Czech Bonnie and Clyde and what happened on their desperate flight to safety?
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For The Fallen | Laurence Binyon

Laurence BinyonLaurence Binyon (1869-1943), the poet and art critic, was born in Lancaster in 1869. He worked at the British Museum before going to war, having studied at Trinity College, Oxford where he won the Newdigate poetry prize. Whilst on the staff of the British Museum he developed an expertise in Chinese and Japanese art.

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CZECH it out | What hides behind the seven locks?

In contrast to the crown jewels of many other European empires or royalty, the Czech crown jewels cannot be found on public display in a museum. On the contrary, for much of the time they are kept in a carefully protected room deep in the bowels of Prague’s St. Vitus Cathedral. The remains of Czech kings are kept inside as well as valuable Christian relics, all stored in a treasury secured with seven locks. In fact, they only rarely see the light of day, and only for short periods of time.

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July 2009 | Holidaze Update!

Sooooooooooo… where and what the fuck is up for summer 2009?
Revolution

Well… as you already know, we are always off travelling from July 1st to September 1st. That means no LIVE! shows, but we will be checking in from time to time as we explore our audiences (think anal probe) and hopefully capture some intesresting content for our Fall Season.

Stay tuned and by all means Skype us and/or leave a message on Afterhourz®

We miss you !!

Sunday: Změny palestinského území 1946 – 2000

gaza

http://www.blisty.cz/

Today (September 21st) is the International Day of Peace

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The International Day of Peace is on September 21st of each year and calls for a full day of peace and ceasefire throughout the world.
In this event, the “Peace Bell” is rung at UN Headquarters. The bell is cast from coins donated by children on all continents, and considered a symbol of global solidarity. It was given as a gift by Japan, and is referred to as “a reminder of the human cost of war.” The inscription on its side reads: “Long live absolute world peace.”[1]
Observance of the annual International Day of Peace is widespread across the globe. Celebrations now take place in every country.

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