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Midsummer madness, sleep deprivation, pension funds and climate change
Tor 22 jun kl 16:30
Swedes decamp for Midsummer - we delve into the past and present of this very Swedish celebration.

Also why some people in these gloriously long, light evenings prefer to spend their days and nights in total darkness. All that and more coming up in Radio Sweden Weekly. Produced and presented by Dave Russell.

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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We hear about how the main opposition parties are both seeking to limit people coming to Sweden. And we hear how the stories of World War II concentration camp survivors are being preserved in Sweden.
Tor 19 okt kl 16:30(25 min)
We hear about how the main opposition parties are both seeking to limit people coming to Sweden. And we hear how the stories of World War II concentration camp survivors are being preserved in Sweden.
Swedish prosecutors explain their decision why they have closed their investigation into the disgraced stem cell scientist Paolo Macchiarini.
Tor 12 okt kl 16:30(28 min)
Swedish prosecutors explain their decision why they have closed their investigation into the disgraced stem cell scientist Paolo Macchiarini.
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)
Sweden's centre-left government is adding an extra SEK 43 billion to the budget ahead of next year's election.
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