We wrapped taping the Power Dressing week on P3 Kultur too early to talk about Michael Jackson, but I do a quick reading here (in Swedish). The sorry end to the bizarre and pathetic life of this broken and talented man did however remind me, that I have written a ghost story for young readers in which the Jackson 5 plays a prominent role. It’s in the summer issue of Koululainen, which I believe looks like this. In stores now (Finnish).
Next week on P3 Kultur, we talk about the 1808-09 war and about language minorities under the heading Svenska för invandrare. It starts on Tuesday, 18.06; the whole week looks super promising. Listen online and catch up on the last 30 days of programming here (Swedish).
Finally, I am no longer on the Pill. If you want to know why, read this in the luxurious summer issue of Fokus (Swedish). Then think about it. Then talk to your daughters about the range of available forms of contraception.
Does this information feel too personal? Just wait until the Grotesque Body Week we’re gearing up towards on P3 Kultur! Until then – stay frosty and keep an eye peeled at Iran (we are continuing to bear witness)!
PS. Also, if you meet a medical professional on the beach or at a party, do ask them whether they know the most common symptoms of multiple sclerosis. It has been brought to my attention that the diagnostic nightmare of many sufferers seems to suggest they don’t. Maybe together we can shame the docs to go home, rent a West Wing box set or look MS up on Wikipedia. If you’re in Sweden you can read more about MS here.