Czech Radio

Feel like listening to Czech radio? Below is an overview of Czech public radio stations. Český rozhlas is the Czech public radio broadcaster. It was founded in 1923, as the second oldest broadcaster in Europe.

Radio Prague (Český rozhlas 7 – Radio Praha) is a station for foreigners interested in Czechia. It broadcasts its programmes in six languages: Czech, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian.

The remaining stations broadcast in Czech. Radiožurnál‘s format is news and pop musik. Dvojka broadcasts talk and family programmes. Vltava focuses on culture and art. Radio Wave‘s target group are young people. Plus doesn’t broadcast music, its programmes are spoken only. D-dur is a station for classical music, from the Renaissance to the modern times. Jazz and Radio Junior are self-explanatory. Rádio Retro broadcasts archival programmes.

Each Czech administrative region has its own regional radio station. With a few exceptions, their names are self-explanatory, as they are named either after the region or its capital. The exceptions are: Sever (the North) for the Ústí nad Labem Region, Region for Prague and the Central Bohemian Region.

Rádio Praha

Vltava

Radiožurnál

Plus

Dvojka

Radio Wave

D-dur

Jazz

Rádio Junior

Rádio Retro

Brno

České Budějovice

Hradec Králové

Karlovy Vary

Liberec

Olomouc

Ostrava

Pardubice

Plzeň

Regina DAB Praha

Region

Sever

Vysočina

Zlín

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