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Your best source of news from Sweden Ansvarig utgivare: Klas Wolf-Watz

Your best source of news from Sweden Ansvarig utgivare: Klas Wolf-Watz

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Stockholm, Sweden

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Your best source of news from Sweden Ansvarig utgivare: Klas Wolf-Watz

Language:

Swedish


Episodes

Classrooms to reopen this autumn, pro football kicks off June 14, findings on Palme killing to come in July

5/29/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 29th 2020. Presenter: Frank Radosevich Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:15

PM frustrated at lack of tests, stores of protective equipment scrapped, losses for SAS

5/28/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 28th 2020. Presenter: Loukas Christodoulou Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:26

Radio Sweden Weekly: the elderly and corona, summer camping season and why testing is still so low

5/28/2020
Hope from some more lenient guidelines for people over 70 years of age were dashed this week as the pandemic continues to hit Sweden's senior citizens hard. And 100,000 per week? More like less than 30,000. Testing for the coronavirus is still coming up well below the government's set target. Listen in to hear those in charge explain why. Also, the summer camping season is just around the corner but campsite owners say they are having a hard time preparing for their guests as they wait on...

Duration:00:24:22

Thousands reported flaws in health & elderly care, Säpo wants 'democracy criteria' for schools, no more all-male songwriter groups in Mello

5/27/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 27th 2020. Presenter: Ulla Engberg Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:25

Fewer Corona tests last week, no change to 70+ advice, long weekend travels were shorter, extra money for Covid-19-staff

5/26/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a round-up of the main news in Sweden on the 26th of May 2020. Producer: Kris Boswell Presenter: Ulla Engberg

Duration:00:02:23

Agency opens for possible exemptions to care home visiting ban, wildlife park manager fined, LAS study upsets Left Party, Zlatan hurt

5/25/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a round-up of the main news in Sweden on May 25th 2020. Presenter: Ulla Engberg Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:25

Over 50 new Covid-19 deaths, ward closures, untreated Danish sewage protests

5/22/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 22nd 2020. Presenter: Keith Foster Producer: Dave Russell

Duration:00:02:19

Radio Sweden Weekly: Should Sweden be learning lessons from its Nordic neighbours on handling Covid-19 spread?

5/21/2020
We speak to one of the leading experts at Norway's Public Health Institute as Sweden's neighbour emerges from lockdown. Also, 'He was a very loving man' - Mirrey mourns her father who died from Covid-19 and asks why stricter limits on public gatherings weren't introduced sooner. Presenter: Dave Russell Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:22:18

Inspectorate widens care home review, gov't to create vaccine strategy, trams keep running in G'burg, some unis to keep campuses closed

5/20/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 20th 2020. Presenter: Frank Radosevich Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:12

Infrastructure spending package unveiled, Covid-19 guidelines, alcohol consumption stable, union threats G'burg trams stop

5/19/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 19th 2020. Presenter: Frank Radosevich Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:07

Summer camps given green light, 15% of Karolinska staff have or had Covid-19, layoff notices still growing, earthquake hits Kiruna mine

5/18/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 18th 2020. Presenter: Frank Radosevich Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:30

R-value of virus down under one, new law coming for bars & cafés, healthcare staff face late vacations, soccer season still postponed

5/15/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 15th 2020. Presenter: Keith Foster Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:12

Travel ban into Sweden extended, corona costs mount, student floats outlawed, doping ban

5/14/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 14th 2020. Presenter:Dave Russell Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:17

Radio Sweden Weekly: Feeling like an outsider in Sweden, green re-start, cancelled student floats

5/14/2020
We hear from some listeners who feel out of place in Sweden due to the debate over corona measures. And about plans to end the crisis with a green plan; and how student floats are banned this year. Presenter: Loukas Christodoulou Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:24:54

PM says no easing of international travel recommendations, students call for tuition fees freeze, SAS face masks

5/13/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 13th 2020. Presenter: Dave Russell Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:36

New Covid-19 numbers update, new finance for elderly care and civic society, Sweden gets sedative help from Norway

5/12/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 12th 2020. Presenter: Dave Russell Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:36

Sweden "could've acted faster" over Covid-19, major cash injection for public transport, Swedes charged with terrorism

5/11/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 11th 2020. Presenter: Dave Russell Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:09

Government wants regions to increase corona tests, H&M job cuts, intensive care drops to month low and still no start for Allsvenskan

5/8/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 8th 2020. Presenter: Lee Roden Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:01:58

Over 3000 coronavirus deaths in Sweden, state financial support expanded, boys to get HPV vaccine, Ibrahimovic on his way back to Italy

5/7/2020
Radio Sweden brings you a roundup of the main news in Sweden on May 7th 2020. Presenter: Lee Roden Producer: Kris Boswell

Duration:00:02:14

Radio Sweden Weekly: no-shows at coronavirus test centres, volunteers rally to make up for PPE shortage, Swedes mark World Press Freedom Day

5/7/2020
Drive-through test centres have been set up as part of the government's plans to scale up testing for Covid-19. The problem is, hardly anyone is showing up. So far, Sweden has carried out roughly 120,000 tests for the coronavirus, but the government has vowed to scale up testing to 100,000 per week, primarily for frontline and critical workers. They need a referral from a doctor or nurse to get swabbed at a drive-through test centre, but Radio Sweden visited a facility where the staff have...

Duration:00:21:36