Radio Sweden's coverage of the arts in Sweden.
- Fadime Sahindal.
In the 15 years since a Swedish-Kurdish woman named Fadime Sahindal was murdered by her father, awareness of so-called honour crime has increased in Sweden, but more needs to be done, according to researchers and campaign groups.
- Documentary and feature film.
The period in Malmö when serial killer Peter Mangs targeted people because they looked foreign is the backdrop for a documentary and for a feature film that are both due to hit the big screen this spring.
- Drama premiering in September.
Borg - the highly anticipated movie about the iconic rivalry between star tennis players Björn Borg and John McEnroe - is really about the universal need to be loved, says director Janus Metz.
- A special programme looking ahead to what we can expect from 2017.
All but one of the 18 state-run Swedish museums that scrapped entrance fees last year have seen a boost in visitor figures since the reform, a Swedish Radio survey shows.
- Sundborn in Dalarna.
The Carl Larsson museum has been left in financial distress after an employee embezzled SEK 3.8 million from the association that runs the former home of the iconic Swedish artist.
- Annual list.
The 2016 list of new Swedish words was released on Tuesday, containing one word inspired by a popular smartphone game.