Riba: The Brits Who Built the Modern World
Philip Dodd chairs a discussion between Terry Farrell, Norman Foster, Nicholas Grimshaw, Michael and Patty Hopkins and Richard Rogers recorded at the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Producer: Laura Thomas
Recorded in association with the Open University.
First broadcast 12/03/2014.
The Brits Who Built the Modern World
The Brits Who Built The Modern World season is a programme of exhibitions and events organised by the RIBA.
Photo above: (from left to right) Michael Hopkins, Nicholas Grimshaw, Norman Foster, Patty Hopkins, Richard Rogers and Terry Farrell at the opening of the RIBA Architecture Gallery. © RIBA and Jackie King.
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|Interviewed Guest||Terry Farrell|
|Interviewed Guest||Norman Foster|
|Interviewed Guest||Nicholas Grimshaw|
|Interviewed Guest||Michael Hopkins|
|Interviewed Guest||Patricia Hopkins|
|Interviewed Guest||Richard Rogers|