The public broadcasting service Český rozhlas was there when the recently published autobiography of Hanuš Bader, one of the only Holocaust survivors from Pacov, was launched by his son Stefan. Available here (in Czech only).
American artist and teacher Karen Koblitz talks about her Czech roots
My name is Karen Koblitz and I am a native of Los Angeles, California. I am an artist that works mainly in ceramics and an Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Head of Ceramics in the Roski School of Art & Design at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. My family heritage is Eastern European; Russian, Bohemian and Austro-Hungarian. I am married, my husband, Alan Friedenberg is a retired Elementary School Principal and we have one daughter, Gina, who is a university student, a senior at the University of Southern California studying Spanish and Psychology.
Ms Guttmann’s recent discussion with local high-school students (photographs included) is also featured on the school’s website (Czech only).
On June 14, 2017, the public broadcasting service Český rozhlas covered Nelly Prezma’s recent visit to Pacov as part of their ongoing cycle Příběhy z Vysočiny (Highlands Stories). Available here (Czech only).
Nelly Prezma née Guttmannová talks about her childhood in Pacov in the interwar Czechoslovakia
Nelly Prezma née Guttmannová (90) recalls her childhood in Pacov before World War II, the transportation of the local Jewish residents to concentration camps, and her return to Czechoslovakia after the war. The interview was conducted by Eva Sobotka in Israel where Ms Prezmah lives since 1948.