The bi-monthly BCS Review is sent to members as part of their annual subscription benefits.
Its coverage ranges from in-depth articles, film and book reviews, related events in the UK, coverage of recent developments in the Czech and Slovak Republics and their relations with Britain.
A selection of articles from previous issues is available to download here:
Historic Czech and Slovak films at 2018 Karlovy Vary Film Festival – Peter Hames
BCS Review 161 Aug-Sep 2018 5
John Tusa: the life and times of a Czech-born broadcaster – Angela Spindler-Brown
BCS Review 161 Aug-Sep 2018 8
Mala ale nase (small but ours) 80 years since the Sudetenland was signed over to Nazi Germany – Ivan Margolius
BCS Review 161 Aug-Sep 2018 10-11
University student exchanges with the UK – Prof. Tomas Zima, Rector of Charles University
BCS Review Winter 2017 10
Bohemian therapy: slow train through the hills to Marianske Lazne – Nicky Gardner
BCS Review 156 Autumn 2017 12
Remembering the Czech Refugee Trust 1939-1975 – Dr Jana Buresova
BCS Review 146 Aug-Sep 2015 6-7
Where beer is a national phenomenon – Roger Aitken
BCSA Review 151 Jun-July-Aug 2016
The Slovak discovery of Pluto – James Fairfoot
BCSA Review 149 Feb-Mar 2016 6-7
John Pawson and the Abbey of our Lady of Novy Dvur – Ivan Margolius
BCSA Review 154 Spring 2017 14-15
All change please – Maria Hughes outlines some changes to the Czech and Slovak transportation infrastructure
BCSA Review 154 Spring 2017 11
Neruda by Neruda – Susan Reynolds relates how Pablo Neruda, the Chilean poet, acquired his Czech name
BCSA Review 155 Summer 2017 4-5
Building a new life – Ivan Margolius pays tribute to the Czech engineer, Rene Wiesner, who rebuilt his life in Great Britain in 1939
BCSA Review 156 Autumn 2017 14-15
The pig, the cupboard and the Reichsprotektor – Jack Mullin
BCSA Review 154 Spring 2017 6-7
A selection of articles and book reviews by the late Michael Ivory, BCSA events co-ordinator 1998-2018
Turmoil and odsun: two films looking at the post Word War II expulsion of Germans from Czechoslovakia revisited painful memories.
BCSA Review 146 Aug-Sep 2015 4-5
The tipping point: two accounts of the lives and deaths of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Princess Sophie to mark the centenary of their assassination.
BCSA Review 138 Apr-May 2014 4-5
The many faces of Tiso: a defining book about the infamous Slovak priest and politician who stills stirs up controversy.
BCSA Review 136 Dec-Jan 2013-4 10
Slovakia through the eyes of Karol Plicka.
BCSA Review 134 Aug-Sep 2013 4-5
Great villas of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia.
BCSA Review 132 Apr-May 2013 11
Searching out ethnic riches in Bratislava and Budapest: two books that draw attention to the multicultural past of the cities.
BCSA Review 116 Aug-Sep 2010 10
The abandoned ones: the tragic story of Slovakia’s Spis and Orava regions 1919-1948.
BCSA Review 106 Dec-Jan 2008-9 11
Prague in danger: the years of Nazi occupation by Professor Peter Demetz.
BCSA Review 105 Oct-Nov 2008 11