Tag: Susa

  • The storm of criticism against football’s most powerful man

    The storm of criticism against football’s most powerful man

    Radio sports Susanna Andrén gives the story about how a Swiss lawyer became the one who rules world football. The World Cup in Qatar was a highlight of Infantino’s career, and despite a lack of confidence in Europe, he seems to have no plans to relinquish the chairman’s baton. In Fifa’s presidential election on Thursday […]

  • Georgia’s dream of Europe and the specter of inflation that refuses to die

    Georgia’s dream of Europe and the specter of inflation that refuses to die

    Clashes between police and protesters in the Georgian capital Tbilisi have involved firebombs, tear gas and water cannons. On the surface, the protests have been about a bill aimed at organizations and media that receive money from abroad, it has been called “the Russian law”. But beneath the surface, the strong images are about much […]

  • 463: The art of charming a Hungarian

    463: The art of charming a Hungarian

    It has been a kind of NATO Week on steroids, where parts of Hungary’s top echelon visited Sweden, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg as well, and in addition the government has received its long-awaited bill that will make the country ready for entry into the defense alliance. The Hungarian delegation’s visit to the capital was covered […]

  • Finland and Estonia – with their backs to Russia

    Finland and Estonia – with their backs to Russia

    Estonia and Finland together share most of the EU’s border with Russia. The heads of government, Kaja Kallas and Sanna Marin, have been setting the tone for the EU’s support for Ukraine, and elections are being held in both countries these days. In Finland there is just under a month left and in Estonia elections […]

  • The camping union warns that the new law could give Denmark a trailer park culture similar to the United States

    1 March is the first day of the camping season in Denmark. In winter, there is a 15-20 day limit (with permission from the municipality) for how long you can stay in a caravan or cabin on a pitch – no tents in winter! – although a majority of MPs are believed to favor a […]

  • This is how Europe can bring Putin to justice

    This is how Europe can bring Putin to justice

    In Ukraine, feverish efforts are underway to collect evidence and register suspected war crimes. Lubna El-Shanti has met with victims and war crimes investigators and in total over 70,000 suspected war crimes have been registered. In Ukraine, there is a strong hope of being able to prosecute and sentence Putin for the invasion, the crime […]

  • Danish donations to Ukraine exceed all expectations

    Charitable organizations have reported continued support from the Danes in the form of donations to Ukraine, This is reported by TV2. The Red Cross alone has received DKK 693 million since the outbreak of the war on 24 February 2022. That figure includes donations from both companies and private benefactors. “We have never experienced such […]

  • A year of new world order – Europe’s most important lessons

    A year of new world order – Europe’s most important lessons

    Recently, the EU and NATO signed a new security declaration and the organizations are now strengthening their common front. Hear about how cooperation between the EU and the defense alliance is becoming increasingly practically oriented, in everything from tackling cyber threats and protecting critical infrastructure to dealing with China, which the new document singles out […]

  • New Year at the dog hotel

    New Year at the dog hotel

    The hotel at Arlanda Airport is a perfect zone for dogs afraid of bullets. Fireworks may not be set off there. Every year at New Year, hundreds of dogs check into the hotel for peace and quiet. A time for reflection Within the hotel’s walls we meet dogs and people and their life stories. Susanne […]

  • COVID-19 infection increases risk of diabetes: Study

    COVID-19 infection increases risk of diabetes: Study

    The trend, Kwan says, is worrisome because most people in the United States will eventually experience infection with COVID-19. “This study will help us better understand—and better prepare for—the post-COVID-19 era of cardiovascular risk,” Kwan said. The findings, published today in JAMA Network Open, also suggest that the risk of type 2 diabetes appears to […]

  • The US shoots first and asks questions later

    The US shoots first and asks questions later

    In the space of a few days, US warplanes have shot down three objects over the US and Canada. The shootings take place in the wake of the suspected Chinese spy balloon that was shot down earlier in February. The balloon mess has triggered a diplomatic crisis between the United States and China, and now […]

  • Teenager on the drug war: “I want to keep my life”

    Teenager on the drug war: “I want to keep my life”

    Sundsvall has been singled out as one of the most important locations in the gang war. They fight over ownership of the city’s drug market. Hear the teenagers who are at risk of being recruited, the field assistant who witnessed the gross violence himself and the party junkies who contribute to the industry behind the […]

  • Fortress Europe to stop migrants

    Fortress Europe to stop migrants

    Fortress Europe, Fortress Europe. After the turn of the millennium, the 40s oozing concept emerged as something of a swear word, when European liberals accused right-wing forces of wanting to shield Europe from the rest of the world. Now the entrenchment is almost a fact. The member countries have built a total of between 1000-2000 […]

  • The word cool is no longer cool

    The word cool is no longer cool

    – The worst thing I know is when adults use the word cringe, says Belmin Nuhic23, presenter at Juniornyheterna. He explains that no young person uses the words, cringe, cool or swag anymore and explains what the more viable words gähda, ströga and ajde mean. Many of the words young people use today come from […]

  • Turkey’s trauma becomes Erdoğan’s fate test

    Turkey’s trauma becomes Erdoğan’s fate test

    Turkey’s president has declared seven days of national mourning following the earthquake in the early morning of February 6. Although the extent is not yet fully known, it is clear that what happened is a historical disaster and a national trauma for Turkey. Few things test a country’s structures and leaders like a natural disaster. […]

  • The story of Pontus Rasmusson

    The story of Pontus Rasmusson

    With audio from SVT’s Lilla Aktuellt 25 November 2022 and Pontus Rasmusson’s videos on Rumble and Instagram. Ekot is looking for Pontus Rasmusson for an interview. Cast: Alice Aveshagen, reporter at Svenska Dagbladet. Reporter: Edith Lindvall Program manager: Anna Oscarius Producer: Susanna Hållbus Technicians: Heinz Wennin, Tim Kellerman and Jacob Gustavsson Final mix: Christer Tjernell

  • All major powers are rushing towards the Arctic

    All major powers are rushing towards the Arctic

    The desire for exposed natural resources and new trade routes at sea makes the great powers increasingly interested in the Arctic. Russia, the US, China and Europe – all want to play an active role and get a piece of the pie. But the interests in the region collide in several areas and the great […]

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

    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.

  • KONE is renewing its operating model

    KONE is renewing its operating model

    The company’s geographical areas have greater responsibility for their commercial strategy. This gives them even more flexibility to respond to local customer needs and market conditions, and gives them better opportunities to take advantage of growth opportunities. The task of global operations is to ensure the common direction and strategic development of KONE’s business operations. […]

  • Why it’s important to eat at work – even the odd cake

    Why it’s important to eat at work – even the odd cake

    When England’s Food Standards Agency chief Susan Jebb recently compared eating cake at work to second-hand smoke, office cubicle walls trembled across the country. She told The times: Professor Jebb is right to criticize unstructured eating in the workplace, which can contribute to unhealthy eating. Overconsumption of unhealthy products such as cookies and processed foods […]

  • China Introduces IceBurial Technology Amid Rising Covid Deaths

    Peking [China]Jan 20 (ANI): Amid rising death toll in China due to covid-19, IceBurial technology has been introduced, alleged inconvenient truths by Jennifer Zeng covering first-hand information and unique insights about China and the Chinese Communist Party. “This type of burial has been carried out in Wuhan City on an experimental basis. Corpses can be […]

  • Almost 100,000 more calls were made to Mielinterveyssuomi’s MIELI crisis line than the previous year

    Almost 100,000 more calls were made to Mielinterveyssuomi’s MIELI crisis line than the previous year

    “Russia’s war of aggression, the coronavirus pandemic and other ongoing crises are taking a toll on people. Low-threshold services, such as the Crisis Hotline, now fill the service gap of public services. People living in Finland should invest more in the psychological resources”, says Sanna VesikansaMIELI Mielenterveys Finland’s crisis operations manager. The most common reason […]

  • 455: Erdogan’s power over Swedish politicians

    455: Erdogan’s power over Swedish politicians

    Sweden will deliver the Archer artillery system, combat vehicle 90 and anti-tank robot NLAW to Ukraine. The government announced this at a press conference on Thursday. How important was this to Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson given the attacks on the previous government for tardiness? At the same time, a freedom of expression debate is ongoing […]

  • Secret documents in Biden’s garage

    Secret documents in Biden’s garage

    The tangle with Joe Biden’s secret documents is growing. Now documents have been found in the garage of his home in Delaware. How does this hurt him politically? The state Congress of Delaware has decided to introduce a more restrictive dress code for congresswomen. We talk to Susanne Ljung at Stil i P1 about the […]

  • This is how Sweden’s NATO application is going

    This is how Sweden’s NATO application is going

    With sound from SVT Nyheter. Cast: Mats Eriksson Reporter: Marina Nilsson Malmström Producer: Susanna Hållbus

  • Europe’s partial victory in Putin’s energy war

    Europe’s partial victory in Putin’s energy war

    Energy panic spread in Europe as Putin turned the gas tap. Prices skyrocketed and in Germany drastic measures were taken to save energy. Europe feared a crisis winter. But even if the situation is difficult in many places and energy poverty has become a concept, fortunate circumstances have meant that Europe is doing better than […]

  • That’s how far Europe’s arsenal goes

    That’s how far Europe’s arsenal goes

    There are already signs that the arms stocks in Europe may be about to run out. Not least there is a shortage of ammunition. At the same time, Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine enters a new difficult phase as winter approaches. But the question is how rearmament and streamlined manufacturing of weapons and defense […]

  • The robber turned pop idol in the Jailbird Singers |  Part 1/2

    The robber turned pop idol in the Jailbird Singers | Part 1/2

    The band Jailbird Singers is formed at Långholmen prison in 1964. Robber Tony Granqvist, car thief Åke “Korpen” Johnson and safe-destroyer Tore “Masen” Eliasson find each other and get a record deal already in prison. Tony is a musical genius and the engine of the band. He is described as a new Swedish Elvis. In […]

  • Bolsonaro’s Brazil is arming itself

    Bolsonaro’s Brazil is arming itself

    Accusations of electoral fraud and the threat to democracy On Sunday, the second and decisive round of the presidential election in Brazil will be held, when Jair Bolsonaro will be pitted against the former president, the left-wing politician Lula da Silva. In the opinion polls it is even. But like Donald Trump in the United […]

  • How do you experience happiness in an increasingly dark world?

    How do you experience happiness in an increasingly dark world?

    What should I do to stop worrying about my children? Per EhnHow do you experience happiness in an increasingly dark world? Linnea HolmbergShould one think “I could earn more”? Emelie HaglundWhat can I do to slow down time? Justus Bennet Music chosen in collaboration with Anton KarisSusanna Einerstam [email protected]

  • The story of the Christian right

    The story of the Christian right

    For decades, the Christian right has influenced the political debate in the United States, and the Supreme Court’s abortion decision was a monumental victory for this influential movement. But where does the movement really have its roots, and how did it gain so much influence? We dive deep into the history of the Christian right […]

  • Rishi Sunak’s impossible task

    Rishi Sunak’s impossible task

    After a fierce battle within the Tory party this summer, Rishi Sunak ultimately fell to Liz Truss. But on Monday it became clear that Sunak will now take over as the new leader of the Conservative Tories and as the new Prime Minister of Great Britain. This after Liz Truss’ short stormy time in power, […]

  • Right now: The groups for the 2023 FIFA World Cup are being drawn

    Right now: The groups for the 2023 FIFA World Cup are being drawn

    Now the groups are drawn for the Women’s World Cup 2023, which will be decided in Australia and New Zealand. Who will Sweden face? Follow the broadcast directly in the app. Hosts: Susanna Andrén and Emilia Brodin.

  • SD’s sister parties in Europe

    SD’s sister parties in Europe

    The Sweden Democrats’ electoral success and the party’s new influence have received quite a lot of attention outside of Sweden. But the political development in Sweden corresponds well with a European pattern. National Gathering in France, Vox in Spain, FPÖ in Austria – strong parties on the outer right can be seen all over Europe. […]

  • The story of Ulf Kristersson’s way to power

    The story of Ulf Kristersson’s way to power

    The moderates’ party leader Ulf Kristersson began his career in politics in the 1980s. Hear about the path from moderate school youth in Eskilstuna to the position of prime minister in 2022, through bloody presidential battles, election campaigns, debates and the complete reversal of the Sweden Democrats. Contributor: Tomas Ramberg, domestic political commentator Program manager: […]

  • The women who want to revolutionize Iran

    The women who want to revolutionize Iran

    Unique voices from inside IranConflict calls via encrypted apps to Iran. Hear about the hairdresser “Parvin” from the same city as Mahsa Jina Amini who is now protesting for the first time, Swedish-speaking “Gisoo” who goes out without a veil despite extreme fear and “Ali”, one of all the men who are now closing up […]

  • The Hunter on Snapchat – The Secret |  Part 1/3

    The Hunter on Snapchat – The Secret | Part 1/3

    In three episodes, the P1 Dokumentär miniseries Pernilla Wadebäck tells the story of the Hunter on Snapchat, one of the biggest cyber crime scandals in Sweden in recent years. And the case, which affects over a hundred children, points to security issues with Snapchat. Every fifth child between the ages of 8 and 11 uses […]

  • US warning to Russia

    US warning to Russia

    The United States is warning Russia to continue its war into areas belonging to NATO allies, and former CIA director and Army General David Petraeus says the United States is ready to respond with full force if Putin uses nuclear weapons. Are we approaching a war between the US and Russia? The Texas gubernatorial race […]

  • This is how Europe increases preparedness after the attack on Nord Stream

    This is how Europe increases preparedness after the attack on Nord Stream

    The protection of important infrastructure will now be addressed within the EU. A piquant coincidence was that the gas pipeline Baltic Pipe, which crosses the Nord Stream in the Baltic Sea, was inaugurated the same week that it began to be discovered that it was a matter of sabotage against the Nord Stream. The explosions […]

  • The robber turned pop idol in the Jailbird Singers |  Part 2/2

    The robber turned pop idol in the Jailbird Singers | Part 2/2

    The band Jailbird Singers is formed at Långholmen prison in 1964. Robber Tony Granqvist, car thief Åke “Korpen” Johnson and safe-destroyer Tore “Masen” Eliasson find each other and get a record deal already in prison. Tony is a musical genius and the engine of the band. He is described as a new Swedish Elvis. In […]

  • Melodikrysset 39 – A musical crossword with Anna Charlotta Gunnarson

    Melodikrysset 39 – A musical crossword with Anna Charlotta Gunnarson

    Take part in the competition for Melodikrysset’s prizes In order for your solution to be counted, you must submit the cross either via Melodikrysset’s app, by post or via the form here on our site according to instructions. We want your answer by Wednesday at the latest so that you can enter the draw. You […]

  • Joakim Paasikivi on Putin’s big mistake

    Joakim Paasikivi on Putin’s big mistake

    Participants: Joakim Paasikivi, lieutenant colonel and teacher of military strategy at the Norwegian Defense Academy and Johanna Melén, former Moscow correspondent and reporter at Ekot. Reporter: Marina Nilsson Malmström Producer: Anna Liderot and Susanna Hållbus

  • 425: The energy debate has changed

    425: The energy debate has changed

    The election campaign has increasingly come to be about electricity prices and what politics can do to lower them. Is it the energy issue that will decide the election in 2022? Regardless of which side wins, they will be in a hurry to manage electricity prices. After all, Sweden is part of the EU Parallel […]

  • Putin’s energy war puts pressure on Europe

    Putin’s energy war puts pressure on Europe

    Russia’s actions towards Europe are now increasingly described in terms of an energy war. Gazprom has blamed a lack of spare parts, but this week Russia has also said outright that the gas stop through Nord Stream 1 will remain until the sanctions against Russia are lifted. “Completely new voices within the EU” In Europe, […]

  • Poland becomes Europe’s largest military power

    Poland becomes Europe’s largest military power

    Poland has been Ukraine’s close friend during the war. The commitment to the neighboring country is strong and goes back a long way in history. At the same time, a conflict with the EU is growing. Corruption in the judicial system goes against EU rules and results in Poland having to pay high fines. Poland […]

  • On screens in August • Familiar ring: evidence that hasn’t changed much in a decade

    On screens in August • Familiar ring: evidence that hasn’t changed much in a decade

    Not much has changed substantively over the past decade. Just take a look at the line-up that greeted viewers in 2012 and compare it to the class of 2022. The only difference is that the blockbusters are headed straight for our homes. Same shit, different decade First we had The Hobbit, the first serious Middle […]

  • Dog and cat – Why do our dogs get depressed?

    Dog and cat – Why do our dogs get depressed?

    Why do our pets get depressed? To try to find out how our pets are doing and what we can pay attention to, we meet several exciting and wise guests. In Dog and Cat this time we meet David Selin works with dog vocational training, Birgitta Kårleman veterinarian Orsa, Anya Thornqvist veterinary behaviorist, Sandra Tigerlind […]

  • VMA in Helsingborg and Höganäs, Skåne •

    VMA in Helsingborg and Höganäs, Skåne •

    Al Qaeda leader killed in Kabul Last week, Al Qaeda’s top leader Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed by the US military in a targeted attack. Zawahiri was in a luxury villa in Kabul, apparently a guest of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. How does this affect the relationship between the US and Afghanistan? And how has […]

  • USS Kearsarge shipyard in Helsinki: More than 2.5 football fields long

    USS Kearsarge shipyard in Helsinki: More than 2.5 football fields long

    US Navy amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge has arrived for a port visit at Hernesaari port in South Helsinki. The visit also falls in the same week when the US Senate overwhelmingly ratified Finland’s bid to join NATO. According to the Navy’s press release, no public visits or presentations have been organized on the ship. […]

  • Denmark is considering proposals to make the monkeypox vaccine more accessible to the LGBT+ community

    Denmark is considering proposals to make the monkeypox vaccine more accessible to the LGBT+ community

    This week, the number of new cases of monkeypox in Denmark has reached 24, which means that the total number of cases so far has reached 105. Men who have strong skin contact with other men are responsible for most cases. Based on this, the LGBT+ community in Denmark believes that the Danish Health Authority’s […]

  • Susan Dahl

    Susan Dahl

    Susan Dahl is a student chaplain at Umeå University’s campus. She is also a poet and writer, including as a columnist in Kyrkans Tidning. Her poetry debut was called “Vem så mig dån”, with pictures by Kent Wisti. Together they lead the podcast “Kinnamockaskogen,” a podcast at the intersection of culture, faith and society. In […]

  • The small talk of the birds – and Susanne Åkesson answers bird questions

    The small talk of the birds – and Susanne Åkesson answers bird questions

    Why was there a magpie egg in the hen house? How fast does a tower glider fly? Do only male birds sing? Where do the parents of the tallow chicks sleep at night? Yes, Nature Mornings listeners never cease to marvel, and wonder, at the mysteries of nature. And we get a lot of questions […]

  • Do you have to go to your parents’ funeral?

    Do you have to go to your parents’ funeral?

    Is it difficult to depict the present? Ulf SkillarydCan I be fine with a bonus family? MikaelDo you have to go to your parents’ funeral? LenaAfter leaving me, he came back, do I dare to trust him? Anna Bjurenvall Music chosen in collaboration with Anton KarisSusanna Einerstam [email protected]

  • Right now: Sportextra ahead of Sweden’s European Championship quarter-final

    Right now: Sportextra ahead of Sweden’s European Championship quarter-final

    19.00-23.00 FootballEC, quarter-final21.00Sweden-Belgium (Susanna Andrén) Hosts: Håkan Eng and Gustav Jakobsson

  • Why can’t I praise myself?

    Why can’t I praise myself?

    Can a relationship be rekindled? Eva-MarieDoes history go in cycles? EllaWhy can’t I praise myself? Vienna MårtenssonWhen to make your dreams come true? Sara Strindevall Music chosen in collaboration with Anton KarisSusanna Einerstam [email protected]

  • Brittney Griner – the basketball star who risks imprisonment in Russia

    Brittney Griner – the basketball star who risks imprisonment in Russia

    It has been more than 150 days in Russian custody for American basketball star Brittney Griner, who was arrested at a Moscow airport in February after customs officials found cannabis oil in her bag. She has been detained at a time when relations between her home country, the United States and Russia, are worse than […]

  • Why do the dead have to live online?

    Why do the dead have to live online?

    Seriously Spoken is a program and a podcast where you as a listener get answers to your questions that go in depth. In Seriously Spoken, Peter Englund answers the following questions How do you know you are prepared enough? Axel DahlWhy is the relationship with daughters and sons different? Annika CrippsWhy do the dead have […]

  • Magdalena Eriksson’s viral kiss picture and bronze match in the wrong position

    Magdalena Eriksson’s viral kiss picture and bronze match in the wrong position

    Three days after the semi-final loss, Sweden tries to recharge so as not to go home completely without a medal. The overtime game from the semifinals is in the legs. The sun is shining and the English team has the world’s best defensive player. Host, producer: Richard HenrikssonProducer, mixing: Martin MarhloFinal mix: Patrik FalckExecutive producer: […]

  • They criticized the lawyers

    They criticized the lawyers

    In the autumn, the Stockholm Police Intelligence Unit released a report on criminal networks within organized crime in the region. Under the heading overall trends and phenomena, the police mention “Lawyers” as a point. “Information from both Encrochat and other encrypted chats indicates that the phenomenon of criminal lawyers abusing the trust they are given […]

  • The police are investigating the connection of the homemade bomb to the Lapua Pride week

    The police are investigating the connection of the homemade bomb to the Lapua Pride week

    The Finnish police are investigating the explosion of a homemade bomb that exploded in Lapua on Monday. The authorities have not yet found the four young men who are suspected of setting off "pipe bomb" in the lobby of the Lapua library, but have received a CCTV image of the perpetrators. The police are also […]

  • Germany’s changed status after the Ukraine War

    Germany’s changed status after the Ukraine War

    Claes Aronssonhost Susanne PalmeEU commentator Caroline SalzingerBerlin correspondent Nina BennerSummer Correspondent in Finland

  • Singing, drinking and fire: the best places to enjoy Saint Hans’ Evening in Copenhagen

    Singing, drinking and fire: the best places to enjoy Saint Hans’ Evening in Copenhagen

    Like the site of the famous Jelling Stone, home to a church since the 11th century, Saint Hans’ften is a relic of Denmark’s unique mixed pagan and Christian past. A short story First, as a celebration of the summer solstice, people gathered at sacred springs, draped the reeds over their doorways and gathered herbs to […]

  • Then Putin wins the propaganda war against the EU in Africa

    Then Putin wins the propaganda war against the EU in Africa

    Claes Aronssonhost Susanne PalmeEU commentator Kristian ÅströmFinance Commentator Johanna MelénRussia correspondent

  • For every 50 cents, Tivoli now sees a dollar

    For every 50 cents, Tivoli now sees a dollar

    It seems that Tivoli may have underestimated the Danish people’s overwhelming desire to go out again, now that the COVID-19 pandemic is in the rearview mirror. First of all, it went wrong over Friday Rock. Far more showed up than expected, causing disruption at the amusement park perimeter. There was even damage to some of […]

  • The crisis in the Swedish Prison and Probation Service

    The crisis in the Swedish Prison and Probation Service

    – The Swedish Prison and Probation Service is in a very serious situation, based on the lack of capacity, says Joakim Righammar, who is acting head of the planning unit within the Swedish Prison and Probation Service. During almost the entire 2000s, the pressure on the prison service in Sweden steadily decreased. The occupancy rate […]

  • The Academy of Fine Arts award was given to Katarina Reuter

    The Academy of Fine Arts award was given to Katarina Reuter

    He currently lives in the countryside of Raseborg, surrounded by the nature subjects he depicts in his paintings. Reuter is known for his nuanced depictions of intimate natural environments and miniature creatures rendered with delightfully delicate brush strokes. His scenes of nature feed the imagination with their layering and significance. The jury commented on his […]

  • So 100 days of war have changed Europe

    So 100 days of war have changed Europe

    Claes Aronsson, host Susanne PalmeEU commentator Andreas Liljeheden, Brussels correspondent Göran von SydowHead of the Institute for European Policy Studies, SIEPS Agneta RambergEkot’s former foreign commentator

  • EU strikes Russia’s oil cranes

    EU strikes Russia’s oil cranes

    Claes Aronssonhost Andreas LiljehedenBrussels correspondent Susanne PalmeEU commentator Teresa Küchlerwhich covers the EU for Svenska Dagbladet

  • The legal drama between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

    The legal drama between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

    Actor Johnny Depp has sued his ex-wife Amber Heard for libel after a column she wrote in The Washington Post 2018. The trial has been broadcast live on television – and on social media, detached clips are rolling. Hear about what we know about the case – and our fascination with celebrity privacy. Johnny Depp […]

  • The consequences of the war for the climate

    The consequences of the war for the climate

    Claes Aronssonhost Susanne PalmeEU commentator Marie-Louise KristolaClimate Correspondent Caroline SalzingerGermany correspondent

  • Patti Smith – poetry, rock and the art of survival

    Patti Smith – poetry, rock and the art of survival

    It’s a Monday in the middle of summer in 1967. At the bus terminal to New York stands a slender black-haired young girl. Despite the summer heat, she is wearing jeans, polo and a long gray raincoat she bought at the Salvation Army for this very occasion Patti is 20 years old and this moment […]

  • WHO issues a forecast for the spread of monkey pox

    WHO issues a forecast for the spread of monkey pox

    The spread of the rare virus could “accelerate” in the summer, warns the UN health agency’s highest official in Europe Europe should expect a wave of cases of monkey pox in the coming months, according to Hans Kluge, the World Health Organization’s top official on the continent. “As we enter the summer season … with […]

  • Part 2/2: The Bird Singing Night 2022

    Part 2/2: The Bird Singing Night 2022

    Two minutes after midnight, the eight-hour live broadcast starts – a special program from the Naturmorgon editorial staff. Reporters and bird experts follow how the birds wake up from north to south. The hosts Mats Ottosson and Jenny Berntson Djurvall holds together this mastodon broadcast from an outdoor studio in Osaby in Småland. The five […]

  • Part 1/2: The Bird Singing Night 2022

    Part 1/2: The Bird Singing Night 2022

    Two minutes after midnight, the eight-hour live broadcast starts – a special program from the Naturmorgon editorial staff. Reporters and bird experts follow how the birds wake up from north to south. The hosts Mats Ottosson and Jenny Berntson Djurvall holds together this mastodon broadcast from an outdoor studio in Osaby in Småland. The five […]

  • Smallpox – we know that about the infection

    Smallpox – we know that about the infection

    Monkey pox was discovered in monkeys in 1958, and the first time it was discovered that the virus infected a human was in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of Congo. About monkey pox Monkey pox is related to the eradicated disease smallpox, but is less dangerous. – It is important to realize that what we […]

  • This is how the war shapes NATO’s path forward

    This is how the war shapes NATO’s path forward

    Claes Aronssonhost Björn Fägerstensenior researcher at the European Program at the Foreign Policy Institute Bengt Lindrothjournalist and author Susanne PalmeEU commentator

  • Right now: The British are threatening the EU with tearing up parts of the Brexit agreement

    Right now: The British are threatening the EU with tearing up parts of the Brexit agreement

    Britain is threatening the EU with a new bill that could tear up parts of the Brexit agreement. This applies in particular to the Northern Ireland Protocol, which the United Kingdom now wants to change. Hear our EU commentator Susanne Palme and our correspondent Stephanie Zakrisson on site in the UK tell why, in Ekot’s […]

  • Senator McConnell: The United States could vote on Finland’s NATO application before August

    On Monday, the leader of the Republican minority in the U.S. Senate Mitch McConnell said he hoped the US Congress would vote on Finland’s NATO application "as soon as possible," and before lawmakers take a break in August. He said that Finland’s NATO application has strong mutual support, calling on the international organization "the most […]

  • Niinistö will meet with US senators in Helsinki on Monday

    Niinistö will meet with US senators in Helsinki on Monday

    President Sauli Niinistö meets with the Republican leader of the U.S. Senate Mitch McConnell and three other Republican senators in Helsinki on Monday. Others are John Barrasso From Wyoming, Susan Collins Reputation and John Cornyn From Texas. According to a press release from Niinistö’s office on Sunday afternoon, he and the senators are scheduled to […]

  • VMA in Uppsala municipality •

    VMA in Uppsala municipality •

    Hundreds of millions of people watch the Eurovision song contest every year – the competition has a huge impact. Despite the ban, political messages appear on the starting field from time to time. Eurovision rules against political contributions The organizer of the competition European broadcasting union, EBU, has rules that all competing countries must adhere […]

  • Becoming an adult on stage

    Becoming an adult on stage

    Imagine a summer school from which your children emerged as more mature, rounded and responsible individuals. There’s a catch, right? And as an added bonus: They get to indulge in their deepest passions: singing, dancing and acting.Now, for a decade SceneKunst has run several such schools during the summer holidays. The kids keep coming back […]

  • Finns’ nightmares about Putin

    Finns’ nightmares about Putin

    Henrik Meinander Professor of History at the University of Helsinki Susanna Ginmanthe opinion department at Hufvudstadsbladet Bengt Linderothauthor and journalist Claes Aronssonhost

  • The weapons locks to Ukraine are now being opened

    The weapons locks to Ukraine are now being opened

    Claes Aronssonhost Susanne PalmeEU commentator Caroline SalzingerBerlin correspondent Göran von SydowHead of SIEPS, Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies

  • The Ukraine War and the EU countries outside NATO

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    Long live Wivi Lönn! The exhibition opens at the Museum of Finnish Architecture in Helsinki

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    Yle Sport: Olympic official physically disturbed, belittled by female colleagues

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    Petro in Mariupol: Hurry to evacuate the last civilians now

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    The chief official resigns from the Finnish Olympic Committee after late night texting

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    China’s military is so strong compared to Russia’s

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  • Mariupol is called hell on earth

    Mariupol is called hell on earth

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  • US warns of Russian chemical weapons

    US warns of Russian chemical weapons

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    These are the countries that receive refugees from war-torn Ukraine

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