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SR International/Radio Sweden Broadcasts Live from Gothenburg

Published tisdag 20 oktober 2009 kl 10.58

If you live in Gothenburg, come and see us on Friday October 23rd as we broadcast live from Sweden's second city. We'll be at the Nils Ericsson Terminal, close to the city's Central Station, and broadcasting live to Sweden (on the P2 network) and the world between 14.30 and 15.00 local time.

We'll be talking to guests about how the recession has hit the city, why kids have been burning cars, why Gothenburg is better than Stockholm and finding out what exactly makes the Gothenburg sense of humour so special.

And it’s not just our English Service. Gothenburg and especially the suburb of Hjällbo will be in focus as well for our programs in Somali, Kurdish, Arabic, Romany, and Russian.

“Gothenburg and its suburbs are among the most interesting areas in Sweden to report on right now. That’s why SR International is devoting our biggest event of the year there,” says Gundula Adolfsson, Deputy Head of SR International, and responsible for the Gothenburg broadcasts.

After the live broadcasts on Swedish Radio’s P2 network in Somali, Kurdish, and Arabic, there will be meetings with listeners at the public library in Hjällbo. All of SR International’s listeners are welcome!

Schedule for the broadcasts from Hjällbo Centrum

Thursday October 22

14:30-15:00: Somali on P2
17:00-17:30: Kurdish on P2
17:30-18:00: Arabic on P2

Schedule for the broadcasts from the Nils Ericson Terminal

Frïday October 23

13:30-14:30: Romany on P2
14:30-15:00: English on P2
15:00-15:30: Russian on satellite and shortwave 

SR International meets the listeners

Thursday October  22

11:00-12:30: Romany service at the Romska folkhögskolan in Agnesberg
15:30-17:00: Somali service at Hjällbo Library
18:00-19:30: Kurdish service at Hjällbo Library
18:30-20:00: Arabic service at Hjällbo Library

Our journalism is based on credibility and impartiality. Swedish Radio is independent and not affiliated to any political, religious, financial, public or private interests.
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