Radio Sweden's coverage of the arts in Sweden.
Sweden's foremost James Bond afficionado Anders Frejdh warmly remembers legendary 007 actor Roger Moore, who died Tuesday aged 89.
- More sport.
Education minister Gustav Fridolin announced on Tuesday that children in secondary schools will have 100 more hours of sports and health lessons in the future.
- Song contest.
Sweden's Robin Bengtsson is widely tipped for a top ten finish in Saturday's Eurovision Song Contest, being held this year in Kiev, Ukraine.
- Child’s murder case reopened, the impact of the French election, and a top Swedish baker talks fika(24 min) (24 min)The high-profile murder case of a four-year-old boy named Kevin has been reopened.
- Swedish pillar.
This week the leading restaurant and café guide for the Nordic countries, White Guide, announced Sweden's top cafes for 2017. The winner for best bakery was Bageri Petrus in Stockholm's Södermalm neighborhood.
- Closer than ever.
Swedish-speaking people from Finland have fought for decades to be recognised as a national minority in Sweden. On Wednesday, the Swedish parliament voted in favour of investigating the matter.
- Cultural historian: The Church was concerned about people shouting and drinking in the villages.(6:53 min) (6:53 min)Bonfires and drinking.
Sweden celebrates Valborg or Walpurgis Eve on the last day in April every year. Like many holidays in Sweden, this traditionally Christian celebration no longer has much to do with religion, but rather is a celebration of the arrival of spring.