Radio Sweden Monday
It’s the week of the winners - a huge event on Scandinavia’s calendar -as the names of this year’s Nobel prize winners are revealed.
Could Fossil Fuels become history in Sweden? The Government has announced ambitious plans declaring an end to its dependency upon oil by 2020.
And we turn the pages to Part 2 of Gothenburg’s International Book Fair with a review from Bill Schiller in today’s Spectrum.
Closing Music: ABBA, ”The Winner Takes It All”
Today the award for Medicine went to two Australians Barry Marshall and Robin Warren for their discovery of the role of a bacteria in gastritis and stomach ulcers. Swedish Radio contacted the winners who just happened to be at their annual get together dinner.
Radio Sweden’s Azariah Kiros is at the Karolinska Institute the venue of today’s Nobel Prize announcement:
The Swedish Government has announced ambitious plans declaring an end to its dependency upon oil by 2020. Radio Sweden’s Dave Russell asked Francis Johnson, research fellow at the Stockholm Environment Institute, if the plan was at all realistic:
A replica of a Swedish 18th century ship set sail for China Sunday on a two year international voyage. Mark Cummins has more:
In this month’s edition of Specturm, we take a second look at the giant International Book and Library Fair in the Swedish west coast city of Gothenburg, where we join Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller: