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Radio Sweden Wednesday

A smooth ride or road rage?  Find out how the first day of congestion charges affected traffic in and out of the capital.

And on the Internet highway:  a new political party hopes to make decriminalizing piracy an election issue. 

Get yourself up to date ... we have a sneak preview of the trends which will be hot in Sweden this year.

Also up ahead, the Winter Olympics.  Dave Russell’s Sportscan tells us what to look out for. 

Closing Music: Agnes, Right Here Right Now

It was a green light for Stockholm’s controvercial congestion charges yesterday.  Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller joins me in the studio now. Bill, how would you say the first day went?  


The New Year may only be a few days old, but experts are already predicting the hottest trends in Sweden for 2006. Radio Sweden’s Dave Russell has taken pains to keep us right up to date:

Sweden has a new political party, dedicated to re-legalizing Internet file-sharing. Mark Cummins has more:

Time for Dave Russell and a little Winter Olympics excitement in this month’s edition of SportScan:

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