How to win a Nobel Prize...

30 min

Winning a Nobel can change your life - and make it harder to travel. Is there a formula for winning? And we speak to one critic, who tells how he won £400 betting on the Literature Prize.

It's Nobel Prize season in Stockholm, and in this second-ever episode of Radio Sweden's weekly podcast, find out tips for winning a Nobel Prize, from the author of Write Like a Nobel Laureate, Kristian Fredén, and from the curator of the Nobel Museum, Gustav Kjällstrand. Hear from Professor Brian Schmidt (Nobel laureate in Physics, 2011) how winning a Nobel can change your life - and make it harder to travel. And critic and editor Christian Lorentzen, who hasn't won a Nobel himself, tells how he won £400 betting on the Literature Prize. Presenter: Brett Ascarelli with Gaby Katz.

Thanks to Nobel Media and Nobelprize.org for permission to use interviews with some of the laureates in this podcast. The full interviews can be found at www.nobelprize.org.

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