Follow our coverage of the latest round of the world's most prestigious awards.
- Oslo10 december 2012 kl 15:23
The European Union, facing its worst crisis in six decades, was officially awarded the 2012 Nobel Peac Prize on Monday for turning Europe "from a continent of war to a continent of peace". Dave Russell reports
The European Union was today presented with the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize at a ceremony in Oslo.
The head of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Thorbjörn Jagland said despite the severe economic problems faced by the EU, the EU is being honoured for bringing peace and democracy to Europe after two world wars.
- (5:07 min)10 december 2012 kl 13:38
Controversy remains over Yo Man
It was controversial when Yo Man won the Nobel Prize in Literature back in October and it remains so today, when he picks up the prize in Stockholm. Reporter: Gabriel Stein
- 10 december 2012 kl 11:50
Nobel Science prizes 2012
With a run-through of this year’s Nobel Prizes in the sciences, here’s George Wood.
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- Nobel literature prize(5:16 min)18 oktober 2012 kl 13:15
No conflict of interest, says Academy Secretary Englund
Newspapers, TV and radio have all had reports in the last couple of days of the case of Göran Malmqvist. He is one of the eighteen Academy members, who choose the Nobel. But he is also a translator of a Mo Yan novel. Radio Sweden asked the Permanent Secretary of the Academy, Peter Englund, whether there`s any possibility that there is a conflict of interest. He says that Malmqvist was essential for the Nobel decision.
A member of the Swedish Academy has faced accusations that he benefited from this year's Nobel Literature choice.
The head of the Academy, Peter Englund says that it would have been "silly" not to have made use of China expert Göran Malmqvist, and there is no question of a conflict of interest. But he adds that Malmqvist was wrong to respond to criticism by calling journalists "fools".
There will be no Nobel party for the anti-immigration Sweden Democrat party leader Jimmie Åkesson for the third year in a row.
The Nobel Foundation has decided to maintain an earlier decision not to invite Åkesson, despite inviting the leaders of every other political party in Sweden. The decision is based on the organization’s stance that the party’s values go against the spirit of Alfred Nobel's testament.
“I don’t know what kind of signal they want to send, but I think that ridiculous is the best word to describe it,” Linus Bylund, the party’s chairman in Stockholm told Swedish Radio.
- 15 oktober 2012 kl 15:15
Theory behind Nobel economics prize brought us online dating
Tore Ellingsen, an economics professor at the Stockholm School of Economics, explains to us why Alvin Roth and Lloyd Shapley won the Nobel economics prize on Monday. Reporter: Gabriel Stein
This year's economics prize in memory of Alfred Nobel has gone to Americans Alvin E. Roth and Lloyd S. Shapley "for the theory of stable allocations and the practice of market design."
They've been honored for independent work on matching agents, determining who gets what, what student gets to go to what college, what patient gets an organ transplant?
- (3:15 min)12 oktober 2012 kl 11:25
Listen to the Nobel Peace Prize announcement
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