Radio Sweden Tuesday
Five years in a row, America takes the Top Nobel Physics Prize.
We’re off to meet a Dutch Master back at home in Stockholm.
And Greenscan concentrates on European efforts to fight city centre smog.
Closing Music; Anna Ternheim ”I’ll Follow You Tonight”
The 2005 Nobel Physics Prize has been between 2 Americans and a German..for the trio’s separate, yet similar work in advancing optic technology to make lasers more accurate and concise in their readings. Professor Eric Carlsson explained more to Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller:
The big news in Europe today concerns the official start of European Union Membership talks with Turkey, 40 years after it took its first step towards joining the union. The move has been welcomed by Sweden, if not by all all member states. George Wood has more:
Five years ago armed, masked robbers escaped by boat with a Rembrandt and two Renoirs stolen from Stockholm’s National Museum. The multinational recovery operation included co-operation between the Swedish and Danish police as well as the FBI. Now, the National Museum here welcomes Rembrandt back home. Gaby Katz reports:
Now it’s time to hand over to Azariah Kiros for this month’s edition of GreenScan which concentrates on European efforts to fight city smog: