Radio Sweden Tuesday
There’s a call for new, enlarged refugee centres to cope with demand.
Why what’s in your father’s genes could be good news for a long-lasting life.
And edge investigates how the great blue yonder is becoming a global Internet hot spot.
Closing Music: Sofia Loell ”War of Life”
The Swedish Integration Board is sounding the alarm that refugee centers here will have to expand capacity dramatically for a new flow of refugees. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller reports:
Swedish researchers say how long you live could depend on your father’s lifespan rather, than your mother’s. Professor Göran Roos, co-ordinator of the research team at Umeå University, explained what telemores are and why they’re considered important in the aging process, to our reporter Azariah Kiros:
Time now to hand over to Gaby Katz for edge – Radio Sweden’s monthly science and technology magazine:
This Sunday, as Western Europe switches back to standard time, we’ll be changing some of our shortwave schedule here on Radio Sweden. Here’s Mark Cummins with the details: