Radio Sweden Weekly: Missing school pupils, Nobel economics prize, Momentum Sweden, Stockholm's Olympic bid, National Museum reopens

23 min
Inspired by Momentum in the UK, a new group wants to revitalise left-wing politics in Sweden, but how successful has the original organisation been? That's one of the stories in this week's podcast.

Also, Katarina Idegård, coordinator against honour-based violence and oppression in the City of Gothenburg, on the nine missing school pupils who may have been taken to their parents' home countries over the summer break.

And the Nobel Prize in Economics explained. By Peter Fredriksson, economics professor at Uppsala University and a member of the Prize Committee for the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.

What are the chances of success for Stockholm's Olympic bid? We get the lowdown from Alexander Lundholm at Swedish Radio's sports department.

Finally, a behind-the-scenes look at the National Museum, which reopens this weekend after five years of costly renovations. What took it so long? We hear from museum director Susanna Pettersson and the architect Josefin Larsson

Presenter: Nathalie Rothschild

Producer: Loukas Christodoulou