Radio Sweden's coverage of the arts in Sweden.
- "If you want to find something you can."
From clay animation children's movies to a raw documentaries about battling depression, this autumn's line-up of 23 Swedish films runs the gamut of emotions and genres on the silver screen.
- Practice growing in popularity.
Priests around Sweden are speaking out against the tradition of handing over the bride at church weddings, saying it treats women as objects to be transferred from father to groom.
- Culture Minister worried for media future.
A scenario presented to the board of troubled media company Mittmedia would see 75 per cent of its journalists sacked, and make many of Sweden’s local papers into free sheets.
- Sommar i P1.
From his home in war-torn Lebanon to center stage in packed concert halls, Maher Zain tells his story of flight and fame during the popular Swedish Radio "Sommar" program.
- We Are Sthlm.
The young audience at the We Are Sthlm festival seems well aware about the debate on sexual harassment. "If it happens, I know that I have my friends here who can help me, so I am not that afraid," says Nellie Linder, aged 15.
- Stockholm's Pride is the biggest LGBT event in Scandinavia, but we hear how it is under attack. Plus, veterans of Swedish peacekeeping can feel ignored, and are marching at the weekend.
- Inspired by vintage pin-up photos.
The 2017 Trans Calendar released by RFSL at Stockholm Pride this week features photos inspired by Hollywood style, hoping to bring transgender issues to wider public.