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Radio Sweden Friday Edition

Published fredag 14 oktober 2005 kl 10.09
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Controversial British playwright and campaigner Harold Pinter has won the 2005 Nobel Prize for literature
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Horace Engdahl, announces the 2005 Nobel Prize in Literature after a bumpy week for the Swedish Academy

Coming up today:

Nobel Prizes in Economics and Literature were announced this week. But not without a whiff of controversy at the Swedish Academy which awards the literature prize.

Avian influensa. After some false alarms has been detected in Europe - How prepared is Sweden and how real is the threat?

We welcome a guest commentator to the studio with her own Nobel story to tell on Friday’s edition of Radio Sweden

Closing music: ”Tell me I’m Wrong”, Eskobar

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