Nobel Prize Winners

Episodes

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Desert Island Discs Revisited20141026 (BBC7)
20141027 (BBC7)
20141019 (BBC7)
20141020 (BBC7)
20141012 (BBC7)
20141013 (BBC7)
20141005 (BBC7)
20141006 (BBC7)
20131027 (BBC7)
20131028 (BBC7)
20131020 (BBC7)
20131021 (BBC7)
20131013 (BBC7)
20131014 (BBC7)
20131006 (BBC7)
20131007 (BBC7)

The Nobel-winning scientist shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley.

The Nobel-winning scientist shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley.

4 Extra Debut. From Perry Como to Purcell, Nobel-winning scientist Peter Mansfield shares his castaway choices. With Sue Lawley. From June 2006.

The Nobel scientist Max Perutz shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley.

4 Extra Debut. From Leonard Bernstein to Rossini, Nobel scientist Max Perutz shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley. From June 2000.

The Nobel scientist Max Perutz shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley.

4 Extra Debut. From Leonard Bernstein to Rossini, Nobel scientist Max Perutz shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley. From June 2000.

From Mozart to Elgar, the Nobel Prize winning scientist shares his castaway choices.

From Mozart to Elgar, the Nobel Prize winning scientist shares his castaway choices.

4 Extra Debut. From Mozart to Elgar, Nobel Prize winning scientist Sir Aaron Klug shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley. From May 2002.

From Edith Piaf to Rachmaninov, the scientist Martin Evans shares his castaway choices.

From Edith Piaf to Rachmaninov, the scientist Martin Evans shares his castaway choices.

4 Extra Debut. From Edith Piaf to Rachmaninov, Nobel-winning scientist Martin Evans shares his castaway choices with Kirsty Young. From February 2008.

From Chopin to Seeger, nuclear physicist Prof Sir Joseph Rotblat's castaway choices.

From Chopin to Seeger, nuclear physicist Prof Sir Joseph Rotblat's castaway choices.

4 Extra Debut. From Chopin to Seeger, nuclear physicist Prof Sir Joseph Rotblat's castaway choices, with Sue Lawley. From November 1998.

From Wainaima to Sinatra, Africa's Forest Goddess campaigner is Kirsty Young's castaway.

From Wainaima to Sinatra, Africa's Forest Goddess campaigner is Kirsty Young's castaway.

4 Extra Debut. From Wainaima to Sinatra, Africa's Forest Goddess campaigner is Kirsty Young's castaway. From July 2007.

The Nobel-winning geneticist talks yeast and cells and picks Billy Joel, Brahms and Mozart

The Nobel-winning geneticist talks yeast and cells and picks Billy Joel, Brahms and Mozart

4 Extra Debut. The Nobel prize-winning geneticist talks yeast and cells, and chooses Billy Joel, Brahms and Mozart. From February 2002.

The Burmese opposition leader is interviewed by Kirsty Young at her home in Naypyitaw.

The Burmese opposition leader is interviewed by Kirsty Young at her home in Naypyitaw.

4 Extra Debut. The Burmese opposition leader is interviewed by Kirsty Young at her home in Naypyitaw, Burma. From January 2013.

The Nobel-winning scientist shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley.

4 Extra Debut. From Perry Como to Purcell, Nobel-winning scientist Peter Mansfield shares his castaway choices. With Sue Lawley. From June 2006.

The Nobel scientist Max Perutz shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley.

4 Extra Debut. From Leonard Bernstein to Rossini, Nobel scientist Max Perutz shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley. From June 2000.

From Mozart to Elgar, the Nobel Prize winning scientist shares his castaway choices.

4 Extra Debut. From Mozart to Elgar, Nobel Prize winning scientist Sir Aaron Klug shares his castaway choices with Sue Lawley. From May 2002.

From Edith Piaf to Rachmaninov, the scientist Martin Evans shares his castaway choices.

4 Extra Debut. From Edith Piaf to Rachmaninov, Nobel-winning scientist Martin Evans shares his castaway choices with Kirsty Young. From February 2008.

From Chopin to Seeger, nuclear physicist Prof Sir Joseph Rotblat's castaway choices.

4 Extra Debut. From Chopin to Seeger, nuclear physicist Prof Sir Joseph Rotblat's castaway choices, with Sue Lawley. From November 1998.

From Wainaima to Sinatra, Africa's Forest Goddess campaigner is Kirsty Young's castaway.

4 Extra Debut. From Wainaima to Sinatra, Africa's Forest Goddess campaigner is Kirsty Young's castaway. From July 2007.

The Nobel-winning geneticist talks yeast and cells and picks Billy Joel, Brahms and Mozart

4 Extra Debut. The Nobel prize-winning geneticist talks yeast and cells, and chooses Billy Joel, Brahms and Mozart. From February 2002.

The Burmese opposition leader is interviewed by Kirsty Young at her home in Naypyitaw.

4 Extra Debut. The Burmese opposition leader is interviewed by Kirsty Young at her home in Naypyitaw, Burma. From January 2013.