Radio Sweden Wednesday
From the annual Almedalen political week on Gotland, our reporter Azariah Kiros speaks to the Green Party about its proposals to help parents spend more time at home with their children.
There could be more trouble for the controversial file-sharing website The Pirate Bay, this time the police are looking into its finances.
In Sportscan, Dave Russell discusses Sweden’s World Cup woes and looks at the doping scandal rocking the sport of Trotting.
Closing Music: Patrik Isaksson, ”Hos Dig Är Jag Underbar”
At the annual Almedalen political week on the Baltic island of Gotland, Tuesday was the turn of the Green Party to canvass support for its election programme of action. Our reporter Azariah Kiros is also in Visby, the capital of Gotland:
With a look at what the Swedish newspapers are saying about Almedalen Day 3, here’s George Wood:
The Pirate Bay file-sharing website may be in for more problems, this time from the tax authorities. Mark Cummins has more:
Time to join Dave Russell for Sportscan, which this month looks back on Sweden’s unsuccessful world cup campaign and a doping scandal in the sport of trotting: