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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 3 november 2006 kl 10.14
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The small but colourful niche of foreign language bookstores
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Booklover's playground
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Just one?

This week:

Tweeking the system - or destroying it? All Sweden is debating the goverment’s proposal for a new system of unemployment insurance this week. Both sides air their opinions on the programme.

Could it be the weather? One thing you notice about Swedes - is that they do like to curl up with a good book. But in this land of the Nobel Literature Prize, how’s the selection for those who would rather read in their own language? We investigate the small but colourful niche of foreign language bookstores...

Dark; milk; plain or with fruit and nuts. How do you like yours? From a banana shaded cocoa plantation on the Island of Tobago to Stockholm, Sweden. Today’s guest shares his love of chocolate.

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