Radio Sweden Weekly: Alliance discord, an app to cut screen time, Broder Daniel doc

25 min
We'll begin with a familiar topic: Swedish politics. Namely the parliamentary deadlock over who will govern the nation.

After parliament rejected Moderate party leader Ulf Kristersson's bid for prime minister, there can be only three more votes to choose a new prime minister before new elections need be called.

We have the political reactions from the Moderates, Christian Democrats and Liberal parties as well as analysis from political scientist Nicholas Aylott on what could happen next.

Also, too much screen time is a common complaint parents have about their kids. We heard how mom and IT work Malin Sjöstrand responded by developing an app to help people balance the time they spend on their devices with time spent doing physical activity.

And we hear from the two American filmmakers behinds a new documentary that seeks to tell the story of Broder Daniel, an influential rock group from Gothenburg who rose to fame in the mid-1990s.

Reporters: Philip Barjami, Dave Russel, Ulla Engberg