- Show has 1.5 million viewers.
Stefan Löfven of the Social Democrats will appear on the popular news satire show hosted by Jon Stewart in New York.
- (6:20 min)20 november kl 15:50
Meet Sweden's first film ambassador
"The Swedish Film Institute is putting children`s movies in focus today after naming its first film ambassador. Suzanne Osten will take up the 2-year post that will work toward both spotlighting and improving films geared toward younger audiences. Osten has worked as a screenwriter and director of films and plays over the past 40 years. Radio Sweden`s Frank Radosevich sat down with her this morning to find out what she believes children should be watching."Osten wants to discuss values.
The Swedish Film Institute is putting children's movies in focus today after naming its first film ambassador, Suzanne Osten, who will work to try to get films that are geared towards younger audiences to be more interesting.
- 18 november kl 16:34
Over the past 35 years the song "Chiquitita" has earned UNICEF over 30 million kronor, and yesterday former Abba member Björn Ulvaeus announced that all income from the song will now go to the children's charity. The Abba Museum in Stockholm is also to feature the campaign, which includes a new take on the seventies hit. Radio Sweden's Kris Boswell interviewed the museum's CEO, Mattias Hansson."Sing a new song, Chiquitita."
Over the past 35 years "Chiquitita" has earned UNICEF over 30 million kronor, and yesterday former Abba member Björn Ulvaeus announced that all income from the song "Chiquitita" will now go to the children's charity.
- 18 november kl 11:03
"Have you ever thought about addressing your future self? What would you say? In the summer of 1994, the Post Museum invited people in Sweden to write to their older selves. The museum then placed the letters in safe-keeping for 20 years, and recently mailed the letters back to their authors. Radio Sweden`s Brett Ascarelli speaks to Malin Valentin from the Post Museum and to letter writer Jessica Rydz."In the mail.
In the summer of 1994, the Swedish postal system, Posten, invited people in Sweden to write to their older selves. The Post Museum then placed the letters in safe-keeping for 20 years, and recently mailed the letters back to their authors.
- French suburban drama.
French director Celine Sciamma’s “Girlhood,” won the top prize, the Bronze Horse, at the Stockholm Film Festival awards on Friday night.
- 12 november kl 15:57
Is the Stockholm Film Festival right to highlight women directors?
"Women directed over 60 of the movies this year at the Stockholm Film Festival -- that`s about a third of the films playing. And Git Scheynius, the director of the festival itself has told Radio Sweden that they`re trying to highlight female directors, because she says that in reality there are quite few movies by women when you look at what`s playing in cinemas. So, is the film festival doing the right thing by trying to bring women to the fore? Brett Ascarelli asked some of the directors, themselves, and found that the issue touched a nerve."Gender issues.
The director of Stockholm Film Festival says they are trying to highlight female directors, but Radio Sweden heard from two directors who are tired of being interviewed "as women".
- "My case is not about opinions, it's about facts"
Sture Bergwall, once thought to be Sweden's worst serial killer, has called on two lawyers writing books on his case to leave him alone.