Rob and Rosie say farewell to Bush House. The building has been home to the BBC World Service since 1941. It's been described as the United Nations of broadcasting. In fact, it was originally built to be a world trade centre, not a bespoke broadcasting centre.
This week's question: Do you know when the construction of the first part of Bush House (Centre Block) was completed?
Listen out for the answer at the end of the programme.
Farewell Bush House
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