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People smuggling verdict, Hans Rosling and exploring the arts
Tor 09 feb kl 16:30
He advocated a "fact-based world view" and went on tour with his "bubbles". We look at the legacy of the Swedish professor Hans Rosling.

Also in the programme: a TV-team is found guilty of people smuggling after they brought a 15-year-old Syrian refugee to Sweden. The judge explains their reasoning.

The 2017 Polar Music Prize goes to two musical innovators, Wayne Shorter and Sting.

And a new museum where you can create your own tune by dancing - or why not mixing the sound of a 400 year old violin with more modern beats? A sample of what that may sound like in today's programme..

Producer and presenter: Ulla Engberg

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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Tor 12 okt kl 16:30(28 min)
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We hear about the Nobel prizes for the hard sciences, and Sweden's second-biggest party has a new leader.
Tor 05 okt kl 16:30(24 min)
We hear about the Nobel prizes for the hard sciences, and Sweden's second-biggest party has a new leader.
Gothenburg is braced for a weekend of violence as the neo-Nazi NRM is set to march through the city on the holiest day of the Jewish calendar.
Tor 28 sep kl 16:30(29 min)
Gothenburg is braced for a weekend of violence as the neo-Nazi NRM is set to march through the city on the holiest day of the Jewish calendar.
Sweden's centre-left government is adding an extra SEK 43 billion to the budget ahead of next year's election.
Tor 21 sep kl 16:30(25 min)
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This week, Sweden launched its biggest military drill in two decades and, across the Baltic Sea, Russia is also carrying out a major military exercise. What are the implications of this?
Tor 14 sep kl 16:30(24 min)
This week, Sweden launched its biggest military drill in two decades and, across the Baltic Sea, Russia is also carrying out a major military exercise. What are the implications of this?
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