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In another report by psychologists from Norway's centre for child and youth psychiatry (SSBU) concerns were raised about how his mother treated him: "She 'sexualised' the young Breivik, hit him, and frequently told him that she wished that he were dead." In the report Wenche Behring is described as "a woman with an extremely difficult upbringing, borderline personality structure and an all-encompassing if only partially visible depression" who "projects her primitive aggressive and sexual fantasies onto him [Breivik]".The psychologist who wrote the report was later forbidden from giving evidence in court by Behring, who herself was excused from testifying on health grounds.Norwegian oil giant Statoil and its partners plan to invest 49 billion kroner (nearly 5 billion euros) to develop the Arctic Johan Castberg oil field, a cost cut in half compared to initial forecasts.Watching television has become an increasingly urgent hobby.

(For those in a hurry to check it out, Slow TV is also available on the Pluto TV Web site and app, and the Norwegian shows can be found on You Tube.) They might pick up some tips from NRK, which spurred the unexpected trend in 2007 thanks mainly to happenstance.According to Hellum, one of the keys to successful Slow TV is choosing a culturally resonant subject, which is exactly what Harrison has done with “The Canal.” “Everybody in Britain has a strong emotional affection for taking canal trips, taking a very slow, steady trip through a peaceful countryside with the putt-putt-putt of the engine behind you,” he said.“It’s a bit slower, a bit more relaxed and it gives you time to concentrate and understand the world around you.” Harrison has no idea who, if anyone, will watch the shows, but he’s encouraged by the success at NRK. As Hellum puts it: “Probably nothing much will happen in the next hour, but you never know!Even “twelve hours of nonstop knitting” is a selling point. Do other cultures have the endurance to find pleasure in the monotony of handicrafts and burning logs?There may not be much to rehash around the water cooler, and the clips won’t go viral, but the viewing experience is less harried. Maybe it’s time to add attention spans to the list of things Norwegians have that Americans don’t (along with fjords, abundant happiness, gender equality and paid paternity leave). “I don’t think we are particularly stupid or weird in Norway to like this sort of thing,” said Thomas Hellum, a Slow TV pioneer and production manager at Norway’s public broadcaster, NRK.As a former film editor, he’s also interested in the way the shows “unfold in their own time, at their own pace.” In a sense, we viewers becomes the editor, taking it all in and deciding what’s fascinating and what’s not, what touches us on some subconscious level and what’s worth overlooking.