Tag: Radio

  • Follow Sweden’s World Cup semi-final in handball against France

    Listen to Sweden’s World Cup semi-final in handball against France. The match is played in Tele2 Arena in Stockholm and kicks off at 21.00. Radiosport’s referees: Susanna Andrén and Magnus Wislander.

  • Attack on synagogue in East Jerusalem – at least seven dead

    In East Jerusalem, at least seven people have been killed in a shooting in a synagogue, reports the Israeli rescue service. According to Israeli authorities, the shooter has been neutralized by security forces. Hear Sveriges Radio’s correspondent Johan Mathias Sommarström.

  • Eilert Pilarm: Elvis’ spirit took over my body

    Eilert Dahlberg becomes Elvis from Husum When Eilert Dahlberg was a child, he preferred to listen to the salvation soldier Lapp-Lisa and rock king Elvis Presley. As a 39-year-old, he records a few cassette tapes with Elvis covers on his own initiative and then it doesn’t take long until the recordings end up with radio […]

  • Putin was so wrong about Europe

    When the podcast started in January 2022, the world looked different. Putin’s Russia counted on Europe being divided and weakened. Ukraine did not believe that a large-scale war was imminent. Since then, a new security order has emerged and a united Europe has rallied behind Ukraine. Radio correspondents Russia turns one year old. Cast: Johanna […]

  • A cavalcade of memories

    The very first time Louise and Thomas met was actually live! And there was an immediate fight. We offer clips from this, and from various occasions when they have tested things such as donating blood and exercising at a high intensity while broadcasting the radio. The question is also whether any of their attempts to […]

  • The Loviisa nuclear power plant received the green light to continue operating

    The current operating licenses for the Loviisa nuclear power plant units expire in 2027 and 2030, and Fortum has applied for a new operating license for both units until 2050. The use permit is granted by the Government on the proposal of the Ministry of Economy. Affairs and employment. Before making the proposal, the Ministry […]

  • Killing in the line of duty

    This season of Sensitive Mode is about death. In six episodes hits Uje Brandelius people who in one way or another walk with death by their side. In the editorial office: Emmy Bergkvist – producer Joakim Löfgren – final mix If you want to get in touch with us, do so at [email protected] Sensitive location […]

  • Right now: Sweden’s quarter-final in the Handball World Cup against Egypt

    The Swedish handball men step into the finals of the Handball World Cup with a quarter-final against Egypt. Follow the match with returns at 20.30. Radiosport’s referees: Per Kahl and Magnus Wislander.

  • The last show!

    Cast: Sweden’s Radio Symphony Orchestra.Elin Rombo.First Aid Kit.Ebo Krdum with ribbon.Horace Engdahl, author.Arvida Byström, artist and director.Annika Härenstam, professor of occupational science.Ingmar Skoog, chief physician.Anna Axfors, poet. Hosts: Louise Epstein and Thomas NordegrenProducer: Olle Björkman

  • The extremists who want to overthrow the state

    In Iceland, a trial begins in January against two men who are suspected of terrorist plots. The men deny it, but according to the police have extreme right-wing views, and are said to have planned an armed attack against, among other things, the Alltinget, the Icelandic parliament. The threat from within has also been seen […]

  • The gang war between Räven and Dalen

    “The most extreme thing ever” – so says one of the police officers P3 Krim spoke to about the situation. Several conflicts are behind the spiral of violence and in this episode we will focus on the gang war between the 36-year-old known as “The Fox” and a 24-year-old who controls the Valley Network. Although […]

  • This is how Putin’s war has redrawn the economic map

    Host:Anders Jelmin Voices and participation in the programKristian Åström, economic commentator, EkotTorbjörn Becker, director, Eastern Economic Institute Diego Olle Holmgren, economist, SEBUlf Kristersson, Prime Minister (M)Ebba Busch, Minister of Economic Affairs (KD)Carl Bildt, former prime ministerJan Moström, CEO, LKABDiego Lopez, researcher SIPRI Producer:Olof Wijnbladh Technician:Adam Alvin [email protected]

  • Julius’ inheritance split the family

    Two family branches after two brothers became bitter enemies. The cause of the conflict was a misunderstanding concerning an inheritance. In one family, it was said that Julius had become wealthy in Canada and that his surviving brother Arvid had cheated himself of his inheritance. But there was no inheritance from Canada. The only inheritance […]

  • No German decision on tanks for Ukraine despite mounting pressure

    Germany said Friday that no decision had been made on providing battle tanks sought by Kyiv, despite an emotional plea from President Volodymyr Zelensky. Western defence ministers gathered at Ramstein Air Base in Germany for a crucial US-led meeting to hammer out future military aid to Ukraine. Read our live blog to see how all […]

  • Willing to die, but still not

    This season of Sensitive Mode is about death. In six episodes, Uje Brandelius meets people who, in one way or another, walk with death by their side. Sixteen-year-old Gabriella has made several suicide attempts. She says she wants to tell her story so that others in her situation will feel less alone. To those of […]

  • Sweden sends Archer to Ukraine

    On January 19, 2022, the moderate-led government announces at a press conference that it is preparing to send the Archer artillery system to Ukraine – a system that has been high on Ukraine’s wish list for months. – I would say that it has much less significance than we think, says Patrik Oksanen, security policy […]

  • Solar system estimated to be about 4.57 billion years old: Study

    In a recent study published in the journal Nature Astronomy, researchers using isotopic analysis found that carbonate minerals from the asteroid crystallized in reactions with water, which initially accumulated on the asteroid as ice in the still-forming solar system and then warmed to liquid. They say that these carbonates formed very early – in the […]

  • This is how you recover at work

    Several research projects at healthcare centers in Skåne have shown that joint short exercises at morning meetings, short lunchtime walks or personal micro breaks give energy and strength to the staff. For nurses, research has shown that it is very important how they are introduced to the profession in the first years. What happens then […]