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Podcast: Stockholm Syndrome revisited

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Last year The Local's Paul Rapacioli wrote a series of articles entitled Stockholm Syndrome, chronicling his experiences settling in in Sweden. Now, following an invitation from podcast site mePodium, the column has been resurrected in audio form.

Paul has done three podcasts packed with tales of crazy Swedish classes, clumsy attempts to understand Swedes and varied experiences of fellow foreigners.

The first is available for free download now.

If you click on download you will be given the option to save the podcast. Just save it somewhere on your computer and then you can either listen to it direct from your machine or transfer it to an mp3 player.

Alternatively, depending on how your computer is set up, you may simply be able to click on open and the podcast will play directly.

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