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Kazuo Ishiguro

Arts news, interviews and reviews. Kazuo Ishiguro has just been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature. From Stockholm, he talks to John Wilson about becoming a Nobel Laureate.

Kazuo Ishiguro is the winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature. To mark the occasion, he talks to John Wilson from Stockholm about his reaction to the award. He highlights issues such as artificial intelligence and genetic research that are firing his imagination.

Front Row also hears from his first editor Robert McCrum, Booker-nominated fellow author Mohsin Hamid, and singer Stacey Kent about the powerful, moving, strange and sometimes funny work of the author, whose work ranges from A Pale View of Hills to The Remains of the Day and most recently The Buried Giant.

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Presenter John Wilson
Interviewed Guest Kazuo Ishiguro
Interviewed Guest Robert McCrum
Interviewed Guest Mohsin Hamid
Interviewed Guest Stacey Kent

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