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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 17 oktober 2006 kl 12.36
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The main gate to Filmstaden
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Christer Fuglesang

A mixed reaction to the government’s first budget.

After 14 years of waiting, Sweden’s first astronaut is due to go into space earlier than scheduled.

And in this month’s edition of Timeline we visit a special place just outside the Swedish capital - the home of Swedish film production for some 50 years: Filmstaden. We take a look at its past, and how the old film studio has blended with the modern demands of an urban problem: housing.

Closing Music; The Legends ”Hide Away”

Two ministerial resignations within 10 days of taking office. It’s been a rocky start for Sweden’s new center-right government. On Monday, the first government budget was presented by Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, no doubt hoping to draw a line under the controversy of the past fortnight, but as Azariah Kiros reports, the budget received a mixed reception:

After 14 years of waiting, Sweden’s first astronaut is due to go into space earlier than scheduled. Mark Cummins has more:

Now it’s over to Juan Navas for this month’s edition of Timeline:

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