Radio Sweden Tuesday
Military sales worldwide reach a record high.
A Dramatic change on the waters of the Baltic sea.
Many Swedes suffer from a problem not to be sniffed at.
Chlamydia and tuberculosis. HeartBeat looks at infectious diseases in Sweden as well as a new way to get the attention of blood donors.
Closing Music: Shout Out Louds, ”I Meant to Call”
The latest yearbook from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute estimates that military sales last year reached a record high. Our reporter Tom McAlinden has been looking at the report for us:
After recently opening a new route between Stockholm and Riga, Estonia is now purchasing the most prestigious shipping line linking Sweden and Finland. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller has the story:
According to new research here, many Swedes suffer from an allergy to strong smells. Judi Milar has more:
Time now for this month’s Heartbeat as Gaby Katz looks at infectious diseases in Sweden as well as a new way to get the attention of blood donors, and a colic survival guide: