Radio Sweden's coverage of the arts in Sweden.
- 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.
- Says 2016 his final tour.
Swedish DJ and music producer Avicii announced Tuesday that he will stop touring at the end of the summer to focus on other personal endeavors.
- "The Girl, the Mother and the Demons."
The Swedish Media Council has rated the latest film from director Suzanne Osten as only appropriate for teens age 15 or older, a rating rejected by the filmmaker as far too high.
- Aims to encourage active lifestyles.
In the small town of Mönsterås, 15 patients have received free culture passes to help them overcome mental illnesses, and Culture by Prescription projects are being launched around the country.
- Findings after bone analyses.
After opening the silver-gilt casket of the King Erik IX of Sweden, also known as Sankt Erik (Saint Erik), researchers have determined that his bones tell the story of a sturdily-built man who ate freshwater fish and who likely died in a medieval skirmish.