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This Is Radio Sweden

Publicerat måndag 28 maj 2007 kl 17.02
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Radio Sweden’s weekday and weekend programming is a window on the diverse perspectives and issues in Sweden today.

Our daily editions offer a smorgasbord of news and current affairs, science and technology, lifestyle, and culture. We explore, debate, analyse and give insight into the way Swedish society and its people are changing to meet today’s challenges and opportunities.

Monday to Thursday: Radio Sweden Weekday
Radio Sweden is committed to its goal of being the best source of information about Sweden in English with relevant, interesting and thought-provoking programmes for Sweden’s culturally diverse society, its expatriate community, Swedes abroad and “Swedophiles” around the world. 

Radio Sweden is interactive. Tell us your stories and opinions. Ask us your questions about Sweden! What have you always been wanting to know about the Nordic Nation, but until now have been too afraid to ask? Send us your Swedish song requests. Mail to: info@radiosweden.org

Radio Sweden is available 24/7 online and on demand for one month after the programme has gone to air. Click on our thirty-day archive - or on the Inside Sweden archive to listen.

Friday: Inside Sweden, carried on the national P2 network Fridays at 14:30 hrs local times as well as on shortwave, connects Sweden to the world and new immigrants to Sweden. Listen to the programme to find out what is moving Sweden right now. What’s new and exciting on Sweden’s social, political and cultural scene? What role is Sweden playing in the world? Whether you live inside or outside the country, let Inside Sweden be your guide to Sweden today.

Radio Sweden Weekend:

Our review of the week.

Each Saturday and Sunday we bring you a round-up of the week’s main stories and talk to the people who shaped them - from government ministers to the Swede in the street. What’s happening in this country’s social, cultural, political and entertainment scenes? If you missed a programme during the week - catch up with Radio Sweden on Saturday or Sunday!

Grunden i vår journalistik är trovärdighet och opartiskhet. Sveriges Radio är oberoende i förhållande till politiska, religiösa, ekonomiska, offentliga och privata särintressen.
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