Iran of the protests, dark winter in Ukraine and Danish criminal policy

of the protests

The strong, very persistent protest movement is the revolution of many Iranians, but especially of women. Conversation with , ’s Middle East correspondent.

Dark winter in

l Ukraine has over a million households without electricity after launched attacks on the country’s energy supply in recent weeks. Now refugees are being asked to wait until spring to return to the country, because the electricity grid is so heavily loaded.

And for those who remain in Ukraine, a cold and dark winter awaits, with constant power outages and the risk of new attacks. Report by Sveriges ’s correspondent Lubna El-Shanti

Before the election in Denmark

The Danish criminal policy is a great source of inspiration for the new Swedish . But in the Danish election campaign, the issue of and punishment is not particularly hot. There is consensus around the pursued policy, which is now to be further tightened. Report by Nina Benner and conversation with Swedish Radio’s Denmark correspondent Samuel Larsson.

The entire program

Hour 1:
Iran and the protests

Dark winter with electricity shortages in Ukraine

Brazil goes to elections

What’s good about suburbia?

This week’s columnist is Katarina Barrling

This week’s panel:
Olov Abrahamson, Northern Social Democrat (social democratic)
Linda Jerneck, (liberal)
Tove Lifvendahl, Svenska Dagbladet (independent moderate)

Hour 2:
Before the election in Denmark

The Danish criminal policy

Public Service Satire

The global warming

’s Feminist Budget

Program manager Jesper Lindau
Producer Margareta Svensson
Technician Joseph Reinhold


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