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In Our Review of the Week

Published fredag 24 september 2004 kl 12.45

It’s been a week of balancing the books in more ways than one as the government announces it’s budget and Sweden’s biggest bookfair gets underway in Gothenberg.

The Prime Minister addresses the UN General Assembly in New York..

Then good news if you have a mobile phone....Nordic radiation authorities say there’s no proof they cause a health risk.

Closing music: The Hives - ” Find another girl”

Coming up this weekend, in Saturday’s Studio 49, Azariah Kiros discusses youth and politics and the amount of interest shown in the subject, and he meets an organisation that helps young people cope with the pressures of modern life.

In Sunday’s edition of Sono, Gaby Katz meets one of the most famous of all the Bond women to appear on screen, and she’s joined by one of the most interesting men on the electronica scene. 

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