Lasse Thorkildsen

Norwegian

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Lasse Thorkildsen on KCRW

Written by Amy Ta, produced by Christian Bordal 
 In Oslo, Norway right now, there’s snow, moose, darkness that begins at 3:30 pm and lasts until 9:30 am. That’s according to Lasse…

Christmas in Norway: stinky, tasty fish...and elaborate advent calendars

Written by Amy Ta, produced by Christian Bordal In Oslo, Norway right now, there’s snow, moose, darkness that begins at 3:30 pm and lasts until 9:30 am. That’s according to Lasse…

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