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- Radio Sweden
Fre 05 jun 2015 kl 15:00
A new report examines how things went so wrong in one of Sweden's biggest miscarriages of justice. And findings underneath Stockholm's major intersection Slussen tell a new story about the area's history... Officials are warning hikers to wait for better weather in Sweden's mountains before hitting the trails. And our Friday guest talks about a short film that's making waves. It's about a kung-fu cop and his time travelling exploits to defeat Hilter. Producer: Edgar Mannheimer. Presenter: Frank Radosevich. Song: "True Survivor" by David Hasselhoff.
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