At the beginning of 1960's there are 500 thousand of licensed radio listeners in the Slovak part of the Czechoslovak Republic. The history of media in Slovakia is changed on 3rd November 1956 when Bra ...
Články / So Slovak
After the first official international football match of the Slovak Republic in August 1939, the head of the Slovak football union, Štefan Jakubec, was happy.
In September 1938, the Munich agreement was signed by Germany, the United Kingdom, France and Italy. This act resulted in splitting Czechoslovakia.
It might seem ironic that one of the most popular radio show authors in the war-time Slovak State was of Jewish origin.
Radio broadcasting started in Slovakia 95 years ago, in October 1926. On this occasion, Radio Slovakia International is bringing you a series mapping the phenomenon of radio as well as television progr ...
The live program entitled "Radio Week" is considered to be the first broadcast with presenters speaking at microphones in the history of what is now the Slovak Republic.
The year 2021 marks two anniversaries for public radio and television broadcaster RTVS.
Dalma Holanová was only 16 years old, when the days of her teenage freedom ended earlier then she would have liked. With the war times seizing Europe, Jewish people especially in the fascist Slovak s ...
The Carpatho-Rusyn people observe a wide variety of traditions and customs associated with Christmas holidays.
For many, holidays are connected to food, the abundance of delicious food, to be more precise.