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- Radio Sweden
Ons 15 jul 2015 kl 15:00
The centuries old book store, famous for its nobel broadcasts, that could be forced to shut-up shop. We look at what's behind the popularity in Sweden of buying motorhomes. Our summer series looks back... on how Sweden ended up with one of the world's most liberal abortion acts and the techno - house music festival down an abandoned quarry. Presenter:Dave Russell

The centuries old book store, famous for its nobel broadcasts, that could be forced to shut-up shop. We look at what's behind the popularity in Sweden of buying motorhomes. Our summer series looks back on how Sweden ended up with one of the world's most liberal abortion acts and the techno - house music festival down an abandoned quarry. Presenter:Dave Russell

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