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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 10 oktober 2006 kl 12.14
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Big and Little trouble in Heartbeat
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Fighting crime and survival in hostile environments, Baltic states join forces in Sweden.

Terrible tantrums. Some expert advice on how to run a harmonious household in HeartBeat.

And new Swedish research indicates that the penalties for athletes who use steroids may have to be significantly increased.

Closing Music: The Radio Department, ”We Made the Team”

Non-governmental organizations from the entire Baltic region and beyond have gathered just outside of Stockholm -to diiscuss issues such as cultural co-operation, fighting crime and survival in sometimes hostile environments:

New Swedish research indicates that the penalties for athletes who use steroids may have to be significantly increased:

HeartBeat turns to home life now. Are Swedish moms and dads making the grade when it comes to their parenting skills? Over to Gaby Katz:

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