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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 23 januari 2006 kl 12.35
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Ice Warnings
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Undercover reporting...when is lying worth the scoop?

On thin ice: a snowmobile tragedy highlights the danger of outdoor pursuits

Behind the Cultural Curtain: Bill Schiller is backstage again meeting with a veteran Swedish singer and songwriter well known for cheering the little man who has fallen off that ladder of success.

Closing Music: Bosson, ”One In a Million”

A reporter for the tabloid Expressen is in court for allegedly posing as a police officer while covering a high profile kidnapping case. Gaby Katz has more:

For many in Sweden, heavy snowfall meant an enjoyable weekend of typically Swedish outdoor pursuits such as skiing and sledging. But for a young family, out on a snow mobile , Sunday was a black day indeed. Dave Russell reports:

It was a mixed weekend for Swedish sports, as we hear from Juan Navas:

Now for another look at the Swedish cultural scene, here’s Bill Schiller:

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