See the guests in the different programs below:
SVT1 Monday 27 July at 20.00: The World Cup hockey team from 1987 and Kajsa Bergqvist
Bengt-Åke Gustafsson, Håkan Södergren and Jonas Bergqvist visit the studio and remember back to the 1987 World Cup hockey in Vienna. Sweden had not won World Cup gold in 25 years and the Soviet Union is the big dominant during this period.
One year before the 2005 World Championships, the high jumper Kajsa Bergqvist's heel goes off. Kajsa talks about the way back and the fantastic evening in Helsinki.
SVT1 Thursday 30 July at 20.00: Stefan Holm and Sarah Sjöström
Sarah Sjöström came to the WC in Rome in 2009, not top-ranked and not one of the pre-favorites. But as a 15-year-old, Sarah shocks many competitors already in the first attempt…
Stefan Holm, on the other hand, came to the Olympics in Athens in 2004 as a big favorite. We remember back to the magical blue-yellow evening.
SVT1 Monday 3 July at 20.00: speedway driver Tony Rickardsson and biathlete Magdalena Forsberg
Tony Rickardsson talks about the tiring year before he competed in the 1994 World Cup in Vojens, Denmark, a World Cup that was, to say the least, successful for him. Tony looks back on his career with both laughter and tears.
Magdalena Forsberg came to the 1997 World Cup in Slovakia who established biathlon and left as a superstar with two gold and one bronze.
SVT1 Thursday 6 August at 20.00: canoeists Susanne Gunnarsson / Agneta Andersson and pole vaulter Armand Duplantis
How do you manage to collaborate and win Olympic gold with someone you do not like? Susanne Gunnarsson and Agneta Andersson tell about the time they were enemies and how they managed to work together despite this and what their relationship looks like today.
On the last day of the European Championships in Berlin 2018, the men's pole vault was decided. It would be a magical and historic evening - the best championship final in pole vault of all time, it is said, with an 18-year-old protagonist.
SVT1 Monday 10 August at 20.00: the women's World Cup team from the World Cup 2003 and the show jumper Peder Fredricson
We remember the World Cup final in 2003 between Sweden and Germany. It was a loss in the match, but still a huge success for Swedish women's football which brought with it the entire Swedish people and became heroes. The final match is the most watched football match on Swedish television and was watched by 3.8 million viewers.
Peder Fredricson was in the shape of his life during the European Championships 2017. Together with his horse All In, they started by securing a European Championship silver. In the individual jump, Peder took the lead from day one and never let it go - he did not tear a single obstacle on the way to the final.
SVT1 Thursday 13 August at 20.00: tennis player Stefan Edberg and table tennis player JO Waldner
Double Wimbledon champion Stefan Edberg talks about the battles with Boris Becker and the truth behind the victory on the grass in 1988.
Jan-Ove Waldner will play the final against the Frenchman Jean-Philippe Gatien during the 1992 Summer Olympics. Sweden has not won a gold since the Olympics in Los Angeles in 1984 and expectations and hopes are sky high for the 26-year-old ball wizard from Stockholm.