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Lasse Berghagen ...  Himself - Host / ... 74 episodes, 1991-2009
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Bosse Larsson Bosse Larsson ...  Himself - Host / ... 48 episodes, 1979-2009
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"Sing-a-long at Skansen" (Stockholms Outdoor museum) Sweden's longest running seasonal radio & TV-show. It's been aired summer-Saturdays for more than 70 years (with a couple of breaks, 1952 - 1955 & 1967 - 1973). Starting on the radio in may 1935 with the singing teacher Sven Lilja (host: 1935 - 1951) at the microphone in front of a live audience. The songs were handed out at the entrance. At this time people sung folksongs, ballads and songs with patriotic spirit. He was followed by Egon Kjerrman (host: 1956 - 1966) who changed the repertoire towards temporary evergreens. After 10 years he left without a successor. His motto was: -'I sing rather than good' But in 1974, it was time again. This time with Bosse Larsson (host: 1974 - 1993) and still on the radio. TV aired the first TV-show in 1979 and since 1987 it's been aired live every Saturday. Bosse Larsson still comes on the show from time to time as a guest artist. The most popular host has to be Lasse Berghagen (host: 1994 - ... Written by UffePuff

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Lots of family fun, if you're a moron
26 July 2006 | by TVSeriesFTWSee all my reviews

This show is the epitome of what is wrong with Swedish pop culture. Artists like Darin, Idol-Sebastian, Carola, Lena PH, need I go on, gather on a stage in Skansen, Stockholm, where Lasse Berghagen (now replaced by Anders Lundin, who seems convinced that "Expedition Robinson" wasn't enough torture) leads the audience of lowlifes in a heartwarming chorus of "Stockholm i mitt hjärta" (Stockholm in my heart) complete with lyrics at the bottom of the TV screen, just in case a viewer would want to join in !!

It's really unbelievable that anyone in their right mind would watch this. I mean, to actually be there I guess could be fun if you could put up with the completely awful artists, but to actually sit in front of the TV screen just to see some flavour-of-the-week teen pop idol wail across the stage, while hormone-raging tweens scream and wet their pants... it just doesn't appeal to me.

I'll leave this show to the sad, sad people who enjoy it. Maybe someday your life will stop sucking so hard you get your kicks watching the worst Swedish show in history.


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