Radio Sweden Thursday
Swedes’ confidence in their politcal party leaders plummets.
Car Mania! Classic cars of yester-year continue to captivate.
Then from food joints in Stockholm to Ancient Egyptian statues in Karnak: our reporter Gaby Katz meets one of Europe’s leading photographers, Åke E:son Lindman.
Closing Music: Nanne Grönvall ”Håll Om Mig”
Swedes’ confidence in the leaders of their political parties has plummeted according to a study carried out by the University of Gothenburg. This includes the leader of the ruling Social Democratic Party and Prime Minister Göran Persson. Radio Sweden’s Azariah Kiros talked to Professor Sören Holberg, Sweden’s leading analyst on voter trends:
Ministers from some 50 countries within the World Trade Organisation kicked off a meeting in Geneva, Switzerland today. The meeting is being described as one of the most important in 5 years of comprehensive trade talks. Sweden is also taking part - Mark Cummins has the details:
Whether he’s photographing a fast food joint in Stockholm or Ancient Egyptian statues in Karnak, Åke E:son Lindman is recognized as one of Europe’s leading photographers. Gaby Katz visited his Stockholm studio:
Sweden has the most American cars per inhabitant of any country in the world. And if you find that interesting, you might be interested to know that some of that car mania is focused not on today’s models but on the cars of yester-year. Judi Milar has more: