28 August 201508/28/15
The government pledges to tighten its anti-terrorism laws. And hear about a team of transgendered models and photographers lighting up fashion runways in Stockholm. A new app is out to help scientist monitor the spread of invasive species in Swedish...
27th August 2015
The 4th installment of Stieg Larsson's Millenium his bookstores. Bright at the moment, but what about future energy production in Sweden? The rent tribunal blocks a woman from renting apartment to tourists.
26th August 2015
New jobs in the government's budget proposal. Another star at World Water Week is an 18-year-old who likes nanotechnology. Plain-clothes bus riders catch bus drivers who are texting on the job.
"25th August 2015"
Grades for sale in adult education classes. World Water Week visitor helps bring waste water back to the kitchen sink. Why Swedish ministers want Britain to stay in the EU.
21st August 2015
With budget negotiations kicking off today, tax hikes could be on the horizon. Then we travel back in time, because Swedish Radio celebrates its 90 year anniversary, and we hear about what it was like working here several decades ago... Hear about a...
20th August 2015
Emergency refugee centers working hard to keep up with growing volume of child migrants arriving in Malmö. Creative ways to try to convert commuters into bike enthusiasts. Why the method behind the Yougov poll, in which the anti-immigration Sweden...
19th August 2015
Another Swedish case of suspected meningitis linked to a scout trip to Japan. The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep - the best-selling bedtime book from a Swede, which sends children to sleep in minutes! We look into vertical farming and the new film...
18th August 2015
The shortage of nurses in Sweden means that many of the hospital beds that have been closed over the summer may have to remain empty in the fall. Sweden and Saudi Arabia hope to better their relations by opening a new trade council. We'll hear what...
17th August 2015
After a fire destroyed part of the old town of Eksjö this weekend, we find out that what makes the town so charming is also what puts it at risk. The Fall political season kicks off with two speeches by party leaders. Then, it may look like an...
14th August 2015
Misinformation and race hate after Ikea stabbings. How you can reduce stress going back to work after the summer holidays. Linguist lena Cousins is our Friday guest. Presenter Dave Russell.
13th August 2015
Swedish prosecutors drop Julian Assange sexual assault probe. Govt plans for an IS hotline for worried parents of would be IS fighters. The young game developers hoping to create the next Minecraft sized hit. Presenter: Dave Russell.
12th August 2015
Amnesty Sweden on the decriminalisation of all aspects of consensual sex work. Bullying at school, the five hundred years old monster raised from the sea bed and the UFO spotters going from door-to-door. Presented by Dave Russell.
11th August 2015
The latest on Monday's knife attack at an Ikea store that left a mother and son dead. We take a glimpse into what our future cities will look like and when push comes to shove, in northern Sweden, wild salmon are making a comeback.Presenter:Dave...
10th August 2015
Three stabbed inside Ikea store. The ready use of hand grenades by criminals in Malmö - we ask if the police still have control of Sweden's third largest city and Sweden makes waves at the World Swimming Championships. Producer: Brett Ascarelli....
7th August 2015
Swedish milk farmers facing worst crisis in decades. Foreign crab turns up in Swedish waters, but it's not exactly welcome. Why the media struggles to report adquately on global warming. The role of opinion ads in the public space is discussed....
06 August 2015
Swedish universities use local recruiting agents to attract foreign students. Attracted by Sweden's highly-skilled workforce, businesses are starting to insource labour. 1.5 billion crowns - that is what all the costs surrounding wildlife accidents...
05 August 2015
Protesters ripped down the Sweden Democrats' ad campaign in the subway last night, what does this mean for Swedish society? Hate crimes are on the rise in Sweden - why is this happening? British and Swedish labour unions have very opposing opinions...
04 August 2015
The Sweden Democrats provoke criticism with a new ad campaign apologising to tourists for beggars on Swedish streets. North American pines are invading Sweden. And an initiative combines sports and integration.
03 August 2015
LED lights could cause headaches for your eyes, research shows. We visit an LGBTQ-museum, as pride week ended on sunday. Over 1,200 km of aging railway in Sweden is starting to crack. And the Eurogames, one of the biggest sports events with an LGBTQ...
31 July 2015
ire fighters change their routines on the one year anniversary of the devastating forest fire in västmanland in central sweden Sweden was one of the first countries to censor films, and one of the last to ban film censorship BB a new study looks at...
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