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In Today’s Programme

Published torsdag 21 oktober 2004 kl 12.43

In day two of Radio Sweden’s Special broadcasts direct from Sweden’s southern gateway, Malmö, we’ll be focusing on the region’s position in a ”borderless” Europe.

How has the local media adapted to reporting on life in the fast lane - With the capital hundreds of kilometres to the north - is there a different perspective on the new Europe?

Cross border co-operation is hailed as the foundation of the ”borderless” Öresund region - but what does that mean for the customs authorities?

At the centre of one of Europe’s most dynamic regions, Malmö prides itself on cultural diversity, but different perspectives can sometimes led to clashes. We speak to a field-researcher on a sensitive topic very few want to talk about honour killings among traditional cultures.

Then we’ll be taking a closer look at the vibrant cultural life in the Skåne region.

Closing music by The Ark ”Father of a son.”

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