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  • Research: Finnish is taught to many children unnecessarily as a second language

    In his research, Ståhlberg compared the reading skills and comprehension of children studying Finnish as a second language (S2) and those studying it as their mother tongue (S1). The study revealed that about a fifth of the children studying it as a second language were better able to read and understand a Finnish text than […]

  • 469 counterfeit euro banknotes were found in Finland last year

    The next most were 166 for 50-euro counterfeits and 37 for 10-euro counterfeits. “In 2022, the number of counterfeits found in circulation was low compared to previous years. Although there are few counterfeits in circulation, it is always good to pay attention to the banknote’s security factors when handling banknotes.” says the banknote expert Olli […]

  • Frosty between Åkesson and Kristersson and lazy politicians

    In this podcast you meet David Druid and Katherine Zimmerman who were previously colleagues in Morgonpasset in P3. The talk show is their reunion where they talk about politics and little else. In the podcast, we also hear Ekot’s political domestic reporter Lova Olsson and the satirist Moa Wallin from the P3 Club. Producer: Sukran […]

  • Magdalena Andersson (S): The government has gone further than the agreement with Turkey requires

    Social Democrats party leader Magdalena Andersson is interviewed about the NATO process, what the Social Democrats want with nuclear power and what she wants to do in the meantime in opposition. This week, Turkish President Erdoğan said that Sweden should not expect Turkey’s support with the NATO application, after first a doll representing Erdoğan was […]

  • 457: This is how Kristersson is affected by PM’s eel mess

    Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson’s state secretary PM Nilsson has been in trouble since it was revealed that he poached eels and also lied to the police about this. On his Facebook page, Nilsson announced on Thursday that he is leaving his post in the government office. “I understand how inappropriate it was to fish for […]

  • Victoria Benedictsson – writer on life and death

    We would like to inform you that this episode contains depictions of suicidal thoughts and suicide. If you or someone you know needs someone to talk to, you can contact the Mind Suicide Line on telephone number 90101. In case of urgent suicide risk, you should call 112. The editorial staff for this section consists […]

  • 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 […]

  • 456: The government’s first 100 days

    The right-wing extremist Rasmus Paludan’s Koran burning angered Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who blocked Sweden’s path into NATO even more. How does Prime Minister Kristersson intend to navigate this storm, and could it even be that NATO membership slips out of his hands? At the same time, the government is celebrating 100 days in […]

  • 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 […]

  • Controversial immigration bill returns to parliament’s agenda

    After the Christmas and New Year’s break, the parliament again started to discuss the immigration law, which was presented by the Minister of Justice, Jón Gunnarsson. Discussions on the bill are expected to continue for some time, as it has been the subject of many parliamentary debates before. Last autumn, the bill was presented and […]

  • Controversial immigration bill returns to parliament’s agenda

    After the Christmas and New Year’s break, the parliament again started to discuss the immigration law, which was presented by the Minister of Justice, Jón Gunnarsson. Discussions on the bill are expected to continue for some time, as it has been the subject of many parliamentary debates before. Last autumn, the bill was presented and […]

  • 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 government holds a press conference about the NATO process

    The government holds a press conference on the NATO process with Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson (M), Foreign Minister Tobias Billström (M) and Defense Minister Pål Jonson (M). Lately, the process has had a hitch in the machinery after the burning of the Koran outside the Turkish embassy in Stockholm. Listen to Ekot’s live broadcast.

  • The national police chief holds a press conference about the wave of violence

    The police hold a press conference with the latest news about the wave of violence with shootings and explosions in Stockholm. National Police Chief Anders Thornberg and Stockholm Regional Police Chief Mattias Andersson participate. Hear the Ekot live broadcast-

  • Sweden’s prime minister likens gang violence to domestic terrorism

    STOCKHOLM, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) — The escalating gang violence in Sweden is tantamount to domestic terrorism, Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson said here on Monday. His comment came after a wave of attacks, which last year killed 61 according to police statistics, flared up since the turn of the year, Sweden’s Television (SVT) reported on Monday. […]

  • 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]

  • The police will receive electroshock weapons

    The Minister of Justice hopes that this year the police will be able to use the first electroshock weapon. The decision of the minister to grant such a power to the police should not come as a surprise. Full implementation may take a year or two. Speaking to RÚV, Justice Minister Jón Gunnarsson confirmed that […]

  • Right now: Stockholm police on the wave of violence

    Acting police regional chief Mattias Andersson and head of command Hanna Paradis hold a press conference about the recent wave of violence in Stockholm. Since Christmas Day last year, there have been at least twenty shootings and explosions in the Stockholm area. Hear the police press conference as well as P3 Krim’s Mariela Quintana Melin […]