Radio Sweden's coverage of the arts in Sweden.
- 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".
- The "Little Sweden" of Lindström.
An American town that risked losing its Swedish name has been granted a reprieve, says its City Administrator to Radio Sweden.
- Based on a novel.
Swedish director Daniel Espinosa's latest film 'Child 44' has been banned in Russia for 'distorting historical facts', Swedish Radio's culture department reports.
The German writer and Nobel laureate Günter Grass has died at the age of 87.
- Life and trade outside the city.
Construction works in central Stockholm have unveiled the medieval city's outskirts, Swedish Radio News reports.
- Won't face any punishment.
Local officials with Norrbotten county have called out five of the area's largest Sami villages for failing to report hundreds of killed elk - or moose, as they are known in North America - during last year's hunt.
- Nordic Noir.
This summer, the sequel to Stieg Larsson's best-selling crime series, the Millennium Trilogy, is due to hit the stands, breathing new life into the beloved characters of computer hacker Lisbeth Salander and journalist Mikael Blomkvist, but will the book succeed, given that it's being written by another author?