Boris Johnson’s resignation
Following the mass resignation of his own government, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson was finally forced to throw in the towel and resign. Who succeeds him and what happens now? Swedish Radio’s correspondent Stephanie Zakrisson in conversation with Magdalena Frennhoff Larsén, political scientist active in the United Kingdom.
Almedalen week ended in mourning
The murder of Ing-Marie Wieselgren, national psychiatric coordinator at Sweden’s Municipalities and Regions, set the tone for the last days of Almedalen Week. Our domestic political reporter Katarina von Arndt was on site in Visby during the week and talked to visitors about their reactions to the act – and also about how this Almedalen week differs from before.
The history of SAS and the national airlines
Crisis SAS is even worse off after the company’s pilots went on strike this week. But once upon a time, it was glamorous to fly with SAS, and countries wanted an airline that reflected their own culture.
Almedalen Week this year compared to the previous election year 2018
Conversation about Boris Johnson’s last time in power
The all-singing season is underway
Talks on the assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Chronik von Katarina Barrling
The panel with Olov Abrahamsson, NSD, Bawar Ismail, GP, and Linnea Dubois, SvD.
Talks on Putin’s new offensive in eastern Ukraine
Jewish congregation in Dnipro, Ukraine
Talks after Sweden’s first match in the European Football Championship
Satire mit Umland Schweden
Lars Magnusson, professor of economic history, on inflation in the past
SAS struggles with the same problems as other national airlines
Kåseri by Lotta Erikson
Gastgeber: Jesper Lindau
Produzent: Ellinor Eriksson
Techniker: Hanna Melander