Holy cow, I wrote a book!
(It's a holiday in the States today and tomorrow, so I'm not going to
talk about geek stuff. That'll resume on Monday.)
If you pay a visit to
the German international broadcasting service,
you will find a wide array of online German learning materials,
the daily news in slowly- and clearly-enunciated German
dozens of half-hour mini-documentaries designed for students of German
(including transcripts and exercise worksheets).
These are great for improving my woefully
deficient listening comprehension skills.
On the other hand,
all I could find for students of Swedish is
the weekly news in simple Swedish.
No transcripts, no lessons.
Sure, I can listen to all of the Swedish national radio stations
anytime I want, but they sort of assume you're fluent in Swedish.