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Radio Sweden Saturday

Published lördag 22 september 2007 kl 05.30
Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria presents Sir David Attenborough with the Swedish National Encyclopaedia 2007 Knowledge Award

We look back at some of the stories we’ve been covering over the past week:

After one year in the office, Sweden’s center-right government presents the first budget it can call all its own.

Death threats concerning a Swedish drawing depicting the Prophet Mohammed as a traffic circle dog lead to questions of where freedom of expression ends.

A completely different incident raises the issue of how far can the police go in fighting crime where freedom of the press is concerned?

As worries mount over climate change and carbon emissions, Scandinavian Airlines presents a new green approach.

Then we meet famed British natural history film-maker Sir David Attenborough.

Closing music: ”Money, Money, Money” by ABBA

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