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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 28 april 2006 kl 13.08
How much radiation from Chernobyl is left in the Swedish landscape?

In the programme:

The world marked 20 years since the Chernobyl Nuclear disaster this week. Sweden was one of the countries in Western Europe that was seriously effected. We have experts on the programme to tell us about the lingering effects on the Swedish environment.

A case of good intentions gone wrong? A report from Sweden’s integration board claims its Sweden’s well meaning bureaucracy that delaying immigrants getting a job!

And in the final part of our look on Swedish education - Dave Russell does a round of the closters and lets you in on what you need to know about the ivory tower of academia - the universities

Music: ”Nevermore”, Soundtrack of Our Lives

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