I talk with Jakub Csabay, a Slovak PhD student at Cambridge University, about his research on the impact that public institutions have on the lives of minorities, including in Slovakia, and his plans f ...
I speak with 58-year old Martin Hutchinson from Birmingham, England, who is cycling with his dog Starsky through all the countries of Europe, and now in Slovakia, in order to raise environmental awaren ...
75 years ago, in June of 1944, the Apollo refinery on the Danube's left bank in Bratislava was bombed by US Air Force.
80 years ago, a group of eight pilots decided to flee the pre-war fascist Slovak state and join the allied armies.
A new Christian congregation in Bratislava is aiming to use the best sort of modern art in its Sunday liturgy to communicate the gospel message.
Last year a project called Kapacity aiming at training local authorities to deal with foreigners' integration was launched by a group of non-governmental organisations.
On May 10, the United States and Slovakia stood against each other on the ice for the opening match of the 2019 Ice Hockey World Championship in Košice.
What was life like in Bratislava in the 1970s? Nepali journalist Kunda Dixit remembers his student days, and the many changes that have taken place here since then.
Last week the Supreme Court decided to reject the General Prosecutor Office's request to dissolve the far-right parliamentary party Kotleba-Our Slovakia.
Why has Good Friday and Easter - essentially a celebration of death and life - been so important to Christians for so long? We speak with a Bratislava author, poet and pastor Daniel Pastircak about the ...