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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Publicerat tisdag 8 november 2005 kl 12.41
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British Rock band Led Zeppelin
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The growing band of rebel priests opposing same sex blessings

Stairway to Heaven , 70’s supergroup Led Zeppelin share Sweden’s top music prize

And Support, medical care and contact with the police. HeartBeat visits Stockholm’s new clinic for rape victims.

Closing Music: Led Zeppelin ”Bring it on home”

The Swedish Lutheran Church decided last month to guarantee same-sex partners the right to religious blessing of their civil union. The news was more than welcomed by the gay and lesbian community but has been condemned by a growing number of priests who are supposed to carry out the blessings. Azariah Kiros reports:

It was announced last week that London’s oldest and famous red double-decker buses are being taken out of service. But new Swedish double-deckers will soon be travelling the streets of the British capital, as George Wood reports:

Time now to join Gaby Katz for our monthly health and medical program. Heartbeat:

The Royal Music Academy in Stockholm has awarded the 2006 Polar Music prize to the British heavy metal group Led Zeppelin and Russian conductor Valery Gergiev, as we hear from Radio Sweden’s Cultural editor Bill Schiller:

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