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Radio Sweden Thursday

Published torsdag 8 juni 2006 kl 12.56
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"Nordic Lights" in Thursday's edition of Radio Sweden
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A new medical study shows that some rehabilitation can actually do more harm than good.

Roma journalists from European public radio organisations are gathered here at Broadcasting House to excahnge ideas.

And later in the program it’s time for Nordic Lights. In this edition Bill Schiller reports on some political changes at the top in Iceland, unusual Finnish criticism of Moscow, Nordic repercussions to the Mohammed cartoon affair, and much more.

Closing Music: Snowstorm ”Sommarnatt”

Romani journalists from European public radio organisations have gathered here at Broadcasting House to discuss common issues. Azariah Kiros has more:

A medical study at the prestigious Karolinska Institute in Stockholm has produced some startling results: if those with severe back pains don’t get therapy within 2 months, such help is useless.  Speaking with Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller, Professor Irene Jensen describes her results:

In this month’s edition ”Nordic Lights” Bill Schiller reports on some political changes at the top in Iceland, unusual Finnish criticism of Moscow, Nordic repercussions to the Mohammed cartoon affair, and more:

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