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Radio Sweden's programming is a window on the diverse perspectives and issues in Sweden today. We explore, debate, analyse and give insight into the way Swedish society and it's people are changing to meet today's challenges and opportunities.

Radio Sweden's programming is a window on the diverse perspectives and issues in Sweden today. We explore, debate, analyse and give insight into the way Swedish society and it's people are changing to meet today's challenges and opportunities.
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Stockholm, Sweden

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Radio Sweden's programming is a window on the diverse perspectives and issues in Sweden today. We explore, debate, analyse and give insight into the way Swedish society and it's people are changing to meet today's challenges and opportunities.

Language:

Swedish


Episodes

- Radio Sweden

10/19/2017
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Your best source of news from Sweden

Duration: 00:25:05


Scandal surgeon avoids prosecution, a Nobel 'Nudge' & golden spurtle triumph

10/12/2017
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Swedish prosecutors explain their decision why they have closed their investigation into the disgraced stem cell scientist Paolo Macchiarini. Shopkeepers in a Stockholm suburb tell us why they shut-up shop in protest Thursday lunchtime. Following Richard Thaler's Nobel Economics triumph, we speak to a Swede who is pushing for 'Nudge' policies here. We find out how Swedish film classics are helping immigrants learn the language and culture. There's a glimmer of hope for mew arrivals...

Duration: 00:28:09


- Radio Sweden

10/5/2017
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Your best source of news from Sweden

Duration: 00:23:45


Gothenburg braced for weekend violence, going undercover with the far right and Nobels curtain raiser

9/28/2017
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Gothenburg is braced for a weekend of violence as the neo-Nazi NRM is set to march through the city on the holiest day of the Jewish calendar.

Duration: 00:29:11


Budget billions, hacking trial and church elections

9/21/2017
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It's total spending bill is SEK 999 billion for 2018 but some say that amount is too much. And police say a 38-year-old man from Malmö is behind Sweden's biggest hacking investigation yet. Also, while the country's general election is still months away, another Swedish institution, the Church of Sweden, held a vote just this week and saw record turnout.

Duration: 00:25:08


Aurora 17, neo-Nazis mobilise in Gothenburg, and the death of a Swedish icon

9/14/2017
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Parliament re-opened on Tuesday after the summer recess and the government is off to a rocky start as the Sweden Democrats called for a no-confidence vote against the prime minister over his handling of the IT scandal at the Swedish Transport Agency. Aurora 17 kicked off on Monday. It is a military drill that involves a mock attack on Sweden and it is taking place in and around Sweden's two biggest cities and on the strategically important Baltic island of Gotland. What exactly are the...

Duration: 00:24:30


Sweden sends President Donald Trump a message, prison service opens cell doors to public & new Millennium

9/7/2017
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Police chief Dan Eliasson is under investigation, Sweden's prison service opens its cell doors to the public and the latest Lisbeth Salander hits the shelves, we talk to author David Lagercrantz. Produced and presented by Dave Russell

Duration: 00:24:57


The week in politics, a controversial flagpole, student nations, and 50 years since Sweden switched to right-hand side driving

8/31/2017
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A controversial bent flagpole art installation has received mix reactions. A man displeased with the display attempted to saw it down on Thursday. It is back-to-school time as Swedish universities held their first classes for the term this week. A central part of student life at two of Swedens oldest universities is student nations or "nationer" in Swedish, but what are they and can international students join? September 3rd will mark 50 years since Sweden started driving on right-hand...

Duration: 00:24:49


Submarine death mystery, AKB - should she stay or go? - Ruben Östlund on his prize-winning film, The Square.

8/24/2017
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What really happened on board the Danish private submarine which led to the discovery of the dead body of a Swedish female journalist?

Duration: 00:27:59


Margot Wallström on North Korea, Swedish Elvis fans, and the Afghan with the Amnesty tattoo (plus Newcomer Diaries)

8/17/2017
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This is the week Swedes, and their politicians, get back to work. We tell you what to expect from the ongoing IT scandal.

Duration: 00:23:40


Freed Swede talks about kidnapping by al-Qaeda, elderly drivers under scrutiny, and Newcomer Diaries with Weronika

8/10/2017
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Radio Sweden speaks to Johan Gustafsson – a Swede who was held in the Sahara desert by al-Qaeda for nearly six years.

Duration: 00:23:22


Stockholm Pride for LGBTQ newcomers, Festival-goers and protesters: Eritrean diaspora divided, and Newcomer Diaries with Naga Jyothi

8/3/2017
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The week is Stockholm Pride’s 20th anniversary - Radio Sweden talks to newcomers and asylum seekers from the LGBTQ community.

Duration: 00:25:15


Sweden's political crisis and Newcomer Diaries

7/27/2017
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The biggest crisis to rock the centre-left government broke today and we present the first part of our summer series - Newcomer Diaries.

Duration: 00:24:24


Swede arrested in Turkey, a classified data breach, and Sweden’s stinkiest snack

7/20/2017
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This week, we spoke to a Swedish Radio reporter in Istanbul about the arrest of six human rights activists including a Swedish citizen.

Duration: 00:21:23


False warning alarm, Stockholm terror response three months on, and underground art

7/13/2017
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In this Radio Sweden Weekly round-up hear about the new commuter rail stations and their underground art, and why Stockholm was shocked by emergency sirens.

Duration: 00:20:22


Neo-Nazi controversy at Almedalen, Volvo goes electric, and the comeback of “ni”

7/6/2017
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On this week’s program, Radio Sweden goes to Almedalen Week in Visby.

Duration: 00:23:09


Remembering Michael Nyqvist and advice for the Swede released in Mali after almost six years

6/29/2017
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In this week's round-up, we hear about the renowned Swedish actor Michael Nyqvist, who passed away from cancer this week.

Duration: 00:25:35


Midsummer madness, sleep deprivation, pension funds and climate change

6/22/2017
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Swedes decamp for Midsummer - we delve into the past and present of this very Swedish celebration.

Duration: 00:28:24


How politicians in crisis hope to connect with suburban Swedes

6/15/2017
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As Sweden's main political blocks battle with each other right now they're also battling to stay relevant for voters, and this week they all visit the suburb of Järva to get closer to the people.

Duration: 00:24:10


Sweden's newest citizens; studenten; a museum of failure & the rise of robots

6/8/2017
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This week's Radio Sweden Weekly is cause for celebration with traditions old and new. While Sweden's newest citizens took a bow on National Day, graduating high school students have their day in the sun.

Duration: 00:29:14

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