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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 18 september 2007 kl 09.53
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Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria presents Sir David Attenborough with the Swedish National Encyclopaedia 2007 Knowledge Award
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Celebrate half a century of broadcasting with British wildlife film maker Sir David Attenborough.

Take a closer look at the lives of immigrants who’ve gone underground, but who act as one of the pillars of Sweden’s hidden economy.

And we bring you all the day’s top news stories from Sweden.

Closing music: Anna Ternheim, ”Today is a Good Day”

Sir David Attenborough is celebrating more than 50 years of broadcasting and Sweden has taken the opportunity to reward his half century of curiosity. Crown Princess Victoria presented the famous British wildlife film-maker with the first international honorary Knowledge Award last week. Gaby Katz talked to Sir David about his career:

Azariah Kiros takes a closer look at the lives of illegal immigrants who’ve gone underground, but who at the same time act as one of the pillars of the hidden economy:

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