“Only Teardrops”, a Danish entry by Emmelie De Forest, is the favourite to win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday in Malmo, Sweden. The kitschy annual competition is expected to be watched by some 125 million viewers worldwide.
In today’s show: get your satin and sequins at the ready as Stockholm's new Abba museum opens its doors. Plus, French animators take the world by storm with "The Jungle Bunch", and a sneak peek at Leonardo DiCaprio in The Great Gatsby.
Known for catchy tunes like “Dancing Queen” and their funky, often sparkly outfits, Swedish seventies' sensation ABBA have been immortalised in a new museum dedicated to their music, which opened on Tuesday.
In a world that is becoming more and more connected, and where smartphones and tablets sales are increasing, it is easier than ever to be online while you're on the move. Markus Karlsson talks to one CEO who wants to cash in on that trend. Hans Vestberg is the head of Ericsson, the world's largest supplier of mobile phone infrastructure.
As the scandal of horsemeat masquerading as beef takes on a pan-European dimension, the French authorities are keen to identify exactly who is responsible for a fraud that threatens lasting damage to the European food industry.
Several major French retailers have withdrawn Findus frozen food products from sale in the wake of a Europe-wide horsemeat contamination scandal, they announced Sunday, as France promised to have the results of an urgent inquiry by Wednesday.
Britain held emergency talks on Saturday following a contamination scandal that revealed food giant Findus’s beef ready meals contained horsemeat. The Swedish company has withdrawn various frozen meals from France, Sweden and Britain.
This show is made up entirely of amateur images. We've seen time and time again how images captured by ordinary citizens then uploaded onto the Web can change history, or at least shift the balance of power. This week, we take a look back at some of those moments.