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---BSK: Hundreds of flights have been cancelled due to strikes in Scandinavia's two biggest airlines - we look at what is behind the heated debate. Sweden deports Afghans whose asylum application here has failed. Now there is protest - from Afghan...
27th February 2015
About a thousand Muslims gathered around a synagogue in Oslo last week to form a Ring of Peace. Today, something similar is planned in Stockholm. Then, after cases of sexual abuse, student teachers in one city are being banned from changing the...
26th February 2015
Is the government heading towards a split, as the Green party takes a strong position against Sweden renewing its arms deal with Saudi Arabia? The first person to go on trial in Sweden for committing war crimes in Syria ends with a guilty verdict. We...
25th February 2015
Assyrians urge Sweden to help stop IS’ kidnappings…Whooping cough is on the rise - but many of us don't even know we have it…And the ancient city of Pompeii gets rebuilt in Stockholm. Music: 1904 by Tallest Man on Earth. Presenter: Nathalie...
24th February 2015
The National police commissioner outlines a plan aiming to protect the foundations of democracy. Then, you may have heard of Doctors Without Borders, but now, there are calls for Sweden to have a Design Without Borders. Today, the focus is on the 7%...
23rd February 2015
There were huge problems with Sweden's phone network today, we had the latest. What jobs will disappear because of new technology over the coming decades, and which jobs are future-proof? A hint: You might not want to plan on becoming a fashion model....
20 February 2015
Swedish police get the right to call in the military in case of a terrorist attack. A mother of three is suspected of having kept her daughters hidden away from the world for over a decade. The prince and the painter...find out about one of Sweden's...
19th February 2015
Being able to smoke outdoors at a cafe may soon be a thing of the past, if the health minister has his way. Then, should Sweden recognize marriages when one spouse is a child? The Swedish Armed Forces are getting trained about gender equality. We talk...
18th February 2015
In today's Radio Sweden, Jihadist "Adam" on becoming a martyr. The Nordic World Ski championships take place in Falun but at what cost?
17th February 2015
In Radio Sweden today w'll be sampling the delights of semlor wraps and semlor pizza and hear about a new crime writing festival in Sweden.
16th February 2015
Much of today's programme from Radio Sweden is of course dedicated to the deadly shootings in Copenhagen over the weekend. We speak to a Swedish terrorism expert, and a representative from the Jewish community in Stockholm. Also coming up, Sweden is...
13 February 2015
How do you square a feminist foreign policy with a Saudi arms deal; mixed emotions over the selling churches to property developers, and as Melodifestival fever grips the nation, we get the inside track from our very own Eurovision expert Kris Boswell...
12th February 2015
Sweden's central bank cuts its main interest rate below zero - and there's now talk of Sweden entering the "global currency wars"…Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia want Sweden to help them spot threats in the Baltic Sea…Pop star Robyn, opera singer Jussi...
11th Feb 2015
Foreign policy with a feminist perspective, find out what's in Margot Wallström's first foreign policy declaration in parliament.We'll be talking to one of our reporters in the frozen forests of Värmland about the world's one and only winter rally and...
10 February 2015
Criticism of how the police handled the case of a security guard in Malmö caught on camera apprehending a nine-year-old boy in a brusque manner. The nation's most famous footballer has got something new to brag about. We nip into the capital's Alcohol...
9th of February 2015
Hundreds of Swedes among those revealed with secret bank accounts in Switzerland The Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas is due to visit Sweden - what impact will it have? We also go skiing in central Stockholm... ..and take a look at "friendly week"...
6th February 2015
Sweden wants to educate school kids about the history of the Roma people.. A growing middle class in countries like China and India is boosting Sweden's economy…And a bit of glitz and glamour on Radio Sweden as we hear from the Swede who's picking up...
5th February 2015
Has the last government's housing market reforms backfired? The new government wants to find out. Swedish Princess Madeleine is not too keen on giving interviews, but is this a problem? A local Swedish Radio boss says yes. Gender stereotypes is a...
4th February 2015
In Radio Sweden today, Pervert Park, we hear from the director of a new documentary which challenges society's view on sex offenders. Also how immigration has Sweden's Liberal Party split down the middle.
3rd February 2015
In Radio Sweden today we discuss the outcome of a murder trial involving an 8 year old girl. We talk asylum politics with Margot Wallström and Morgan Johansson and why Sweden continues to lead the way in the streaming of music.
- Stockholm, Sweden