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BBC World Service's What If Competition winners

We announce the winners of the BBC World Service's What If competition. Chinese actress and mega pop star Karen Mok and Pulitzer Prize winning poet Paul Muldoon.

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World Service Competition
We announce the winners of the BBC World Service's What If competition. Launched in January, we asked listeners for sketches and animation visualising how the future might look.

Karen Mok
Chinese actress and mega pop star Karen Mok has released more 15 bestselling Chinese language albums over the last 20 years, and her debut English-language album Somewhere I Belong is released in the UK this month.

Paul Muldoon
Pulitzer Prize winning poet Paul Muldoon talks about his new book The Word On The Street, a collection of song lyrics.

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18 minutes

Chapters

  • World Service Competition

    We speak to some of the winners of the BBC World Service's "What If" competition.

    Duration: 04:29

  • Karen Mok

    The Chinese actress and mega pop star on her new album 'Somewhere I Belong'.

    Duration: 05:46

  • Paul Muldoon

    The Pulitzer Prize winning poet talks about his new book 'The Word On The Street'.

    Duration: 06:20

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