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Night Waves: Radio 3's flagship arts, ideas and culture programme
The Verb: a cabaret of words. Read the winner of The Verb's architectural writing competition
Bionic Buildings: BBC 3. Charlie Luxton goes back to nature’s drawing board to explore how architects, designers and engineers are beginning to create bionic buildings through biomimicry
BBC 4: Audio Interviews with Architects
History - Architecture: An exploration of the history and design of famous buildings
Radio 4 Science: Catch up on the latest science programmes
BBC Tyne: The architecture of the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts, Gateshead
BBC Restoration: Read features on restoration and architectural heritage from around the UK.
Dreamspaces: BBC Three. The series tackling contemporary design and modern architecture.
Guerilla Homes: BBC Three.House prices are soaring. It's almost impossible for first time buyers and young people to get onto the property ladder. But if you can't step up, maybe you can step sideways? Charlie Luxton investigates.
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Listen to...Night Waves Debate: "This house believes that Prince Charles has been good for architecture"
(Broadcast 28/06/04)

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