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Radio Sweden Monday

Published måndag 10 juli 2006 kl 12.03
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Spot what is wrong in this picture.....rotten-smelling poisonous algae blossoming now covers large areas of the Baltic every summer
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In the programme:

After an intense week on the island of Gotland, Sweden’s political centre of gravity moves back to Stockholm, but not before the shape of Sweden’s education system and how to save the Baltic sea from environmental collapse rise to the top of the election campaign agenda..

Then, how passion and desire can help you fix old tractors in the Ukraine and learn Swedish – even when banned by the regime in the former German Democratic Republic....

Closing Music: ”Zinedine Zidane” , Vier Brillen

On Saturday, a hectic week of political lobbying in Gotland’s Almedalen park came to a close. Our reporter Gaby Katz was there throughout the week and joins us in the studio now. Gaby what impressions are you left with?

Almedalen is wrapped up - but this was really only the first big volley of the election capmpaigns - Tom McAlinden has been reading the papers:

In today’s Spectrum Bill Schiller finds out how passion and desire can help you fix old tractors in the Ukraine and to learn Swedish – even when banned by the regime in the former German Democratic Republic:

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