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Har du funderat på att bli au pair, men har tusen frågor och funderingar- hur tar man första steget, hittar rätt familj och hur är det egentligen att säga hejdå till tryggheten hemma? Alice och Izabella möttes på Arlanda och tillsammans i podden "To be an au pair" besvarar de på alla dina funderingar och delar även med sig av deras egna erfarenheter av hemlängtan, galna barn, flottig mat och livet som au pairer i New York.
 
I Matilda & Jennys podcast, får ni följa två 24-åriga Göteborgstjejer som just nu bor och lever två rätt olika liv i USA's tredje största stad, Chicago. I podden kommer dem att dela med sig av deras liv, hur de hamnade där, fördelar/nackdelar med att bo utomlands, kulturskillnader och mycket mer. Matilda har tidigare bott i Sälen, Washington DC, New York City och Shanghai. Hon är utbildad nagelterapeut och pluggar just nu Business Management. Jenny har tidigare tränat och tävlat konståkning ...
 
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Sweden will remove its coronavirus ban on visits to elderly care homes starting next month as the number of new infections continue to fall. Families are ecstatic about the news but what happens if the virus begins spreading in the homes once again? Health and government officials say they are prepared for that possibility. And this week, a parliam…
 
Lawmakers return to parliament as big money is promised to cope with the corona crisis, and sharp words are exchanged over crime policies. We also hear about the five years since Sweden saw a record number of asylum seekers, plus the new green investment bonds, and a competition aimed at raising awareness of the precarious nature of the topsoil. Pr…
 
Sweden provides its autumn strategy for tackling Covid-19 and there's a shift in management of the pandemic. Find out who'll be first in line for a Corona vaccine if and when it's ready. And this summer's stay at home holidays saw a surge in new boat ownership, but how many people set out to sea without even a basic knowledge of what to do? Present…
 
The Swedish Cancer Society has called for a tax on soft drinks/sodas that contain sugar. Obesity affects cancer and Covid-19 too. Is it time for government action? Obesity and overweight are huge problems, even in a country like Sweden that prides itself on its citizens' attitudes to exercise and eat healthy foods. Now a study shows that some soft …
 
This week saw a long awaited return to the classroom for upper secondary students, but will they they be able to avoid close contact with teachers and each other? We hear from the head of Sweden's Public Health Agency on the face masks issue. Plus, we talk to people in Sweden who are still waiting for their money back for cancelled flights in the s…
 
Are the performing arts being treated fairly by the government during the corona virus? We find out how an audience-based industry is coping with only a restricted audience. At the end of March the Swedish government followed the Public Health Agency guidelines and restricted public assemblies to no more than 50 people. Now angry voices from the ar…
 
During a round-up of news over the last week from Radio Sweden, we hear about the effect of the pandemic on jobs, and also on how it's affecting people's wedding plans. We also hear how the crisis is causing Swedes' drinking habits to change, plus news about crime, politics and culture. Presenter: Loukas Christodoulou loukas.christodoulou@sverigesr…
 
Stories of how Swedes are handling the current coronavirus situation - from artists struggling to maintain routines without regular rehearsals, to Stockholmers dealing with overcrowded public transport. Sweden has agreed to new EU funds for countries hit by the corona crisis, but this deal has been sharply criticised by opposition parties. We look …
 
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