Martin Benka became Slovakia’s national treasure for his artistic craft.
At the Bratislava True Stories event on September 20, “Odkiaľ si” became the Slovak version of “Once Upon a Time”.
“Why?” you may ask. Find out in the Spectacular Slovakia episode.
Khalid Albaih found freedom of expression on the internet because there was nowhere else.
Talley Sjoberg Varney is featured in this week's Spectacular Slovakia.
We voice what is hurting, says Karol Wilczyński, one of the founders of Islamista.
Slovakia marks the 75th anniversary of the uprising on August 29.
Peter & Anna also exchange views on US and Slovak breakfast.
American Talley Sjoberg Varney takes us into her ‘potions room’ to explain why aromatherapy matters.
Experimental poet Zuzana Husárová uses many tools to create nontraditional poems, but pen and paper is generally not one of them.
On a grassroots level, people tend to solve the problems that might look unsolvable on a macro level, says programme director Anna Hjälm.
In forum theatre, audience members, referred to as “spect-actors”, can stop the play at any time and intervene.
It has something to do with four articular Lutheran churches in Slovakia. Listen to the latest episode below to find out more.
With all of the prejudice and the anti-migration movement, it is very important that someone is saying the opposite, says organiser of Umbrella March.
2019 EU Prize for Literature winner Ivana Dobrakovová believes every good book finds a publisher.
American Jennifer Sturgeon shares her volunteering experience in Bratislava and explains why small acts of kindness always matter.
This year, 10,158 volunteers participated in Náše Mesto, the largest corporate volunteering event in central Europe.
Don’t go to Slovenský raj without a good pair of hiking boots and some nerve.
Slovaks were always warm towards us, despite our witches brooms, says former diplomat Jacqui Fay.
Anna and James have tried Bratislava’s yellow bikes. How do they work for tourists?