Radio Sweden's coverage of the arts in Sweden.
- Objections from National Property Board and more.
The British star architect has defended his Nobel Center as “a building with meaning”, but several appeals have been submitted against the City of Stockholm’s decision to greenlight the project.
- Based on real-life event.
Two Swedish films are competing for the Palm d'Or in the short films category at this year's Cannes festival. Radio Sweden spoke to Simon Vahlne, director of Fight on a Swedish beach!!.
Ukrainian singer Jamala took the top spot in this year's Eurovision Song Contest hosted in Stockholm, a victory that added a political tinge to a normally neutral event.
- Eurovision Song Contest 2016.
Swedes are involved in at least eleven of the 42 entries in the semifinals of this year's Eurovision Song Contest. The song put forth by the Czech Republic this year has been written by a duo from Stockholm.
- Language expert: Finnish is one of the few languages in Sweden that is actually decreasing(2:18 min)Immigration behind the trend.
Arabic is set to overtake Finnish as Sweden's second largest language spoken as a mother tongue, according to a new survey.
- 1 av 4Truck driver Patrik took this picture of his windshield after he hit a dromedary near Ulricehamn.2 av 4Helena Schicht, Circus Maximum's tour manager, says circuses would never let out animals on purpose. Photo: Niclas Odengård/Sveriges Radio3 av 4Accident involving dromedary and truck.
Circus Maximum denies suggestions that they let a flock of camels and dromedaries loose to draw attention to their new show.