This summer marks 100 years since the birth of Swedish film star Ingrid Bergman and there is one place in America that has been swamped with calls from those wanting to mark the centenary celebrations.
- Swedish movie star.
- Conducts the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Daniel Harding is one of the world's top conductors and describes the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, which he has run for the past eight years, as "incredibly hard-working and talented".
- Århus model.
It has produced more foreign fighters per capita than anywhere else in the world, but Denmark is still ahead of Sweden when it comes to countering violent extremism on home soil, according to terror expert Magnus Ranstorp.
- Friday Guest:Guldbagge award show.
Transgender actress Saga Becker made headlines all over the world when she won the best actress award at the Swedish equivalent of the Oscars.
- Friday Guest.
Radio Sweden's Friday Guest is Abdellah Taia, one of Morocco's best-known authors, who's in town for the Stockholm International Poetry Festival. Here he talks about growing up as an effiminate boy in a country where homosexuality is outlawed, how he killed his real self to survive and how his debut film has fulfilled a lifelong ambition.
- Audience of hundreds of thousands.
One of the most successful podcasters in Sweden is Kristoffer Triumf, the man behind "Värvet", who has now made the leap into the English language.
- Started out in a rockabilly band with their dad.
Swedish sisters from Stockholm are in vogue in the music world right now. First Aid Kit have been getting rave reviews, and now a trio of sisters, Greta, Stella and Sunniva Bondesson, otherwise known as Baskery, have earned a record contract with Warner Bros.
- Friday Guest.
It began as a place where youngsters could play basketball, skateboard and listen to music. It's grown to become the world's largest youth centre, helping people from a variety of backgrounds and circumstances.
- "Turist" director Ruben Östlund.
Radio Sweden's Friday Guest is a director who has been making films for a decade and whose latest feature has been getting rave reviews since it came out here last week.
- English curse words used in Sweden.
Our Friday guest this week talks about foul language, specifically English swear words appearing in the Swedish language.