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*** June 22nd 2008***
Hear the architecture special on Ruby’s Chicky Boil-Ups on Radio Nowhere
Songs about buildings chosen by Simon Allford (AHMM), Designer Wayne Hemingway, Tom Dyckhoff (BBC2’s Culture Show and The Times’ Architecture Correspondent), architects Amenity Space and Acting Director of the Architecture Foundation, Elias Redstone
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Southwark Podwalks

Feature on BBC Radio 4’s iPM on June 14th 2008

Back streets of Southwark podwalk

A journey around hidden Southwark with Jack Thurston, writer, broadcaster and Southwark Resident. Produced by Ruby Wright for the London Festival of Architecture, 2008
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Starting and finishing point: Southwark Tube Station (Jubilee Line)
Distance: 2 miles
Terrain: Easy. Suitable for wheelchair users
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Architecture Podwalks produced for the Architecture Centre Network, June 2008
These podcasts were also broadcast on Resonance FM

Enter The Centre: Places Matter, Liverpool

A look at the enormous changes happening to the centre of Liverpool, with Architecture Centre Places Matter, Rod Holmes, project director of Liverpool 1 and Phil Redmond, director of Capital of Culture 2008. Introduced by Tom Dyckhoff and produced by Ruby Wright for the Architecture Centre Network, 2008
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Enter the Centre: Fundamental Architectural Inclusion, Newham, London
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Fundamental Architectural Inclusion is an Architecture Centre based in Newham, East London. Their youth forum, The Architecture Crew, take you on a regeneration tour of Stratford and look at the site of the 2012 Olympic Games. Introduced by Tom Dyckhoff and produced by Ruby Wright for the Architecture Centre Network, 2008.
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Enter the Centre: Northern Architecture, Newcastle
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Director of Northern Architecture, Andrew Guest, and Dr Steven Moore, Professor of Architecture and Planning at the University of Texas in Austin of take you on a walking tour of the centre of Newcastle on Tyne. Introduced by Tom Dyckhoff and produced by Ruby Wright for the Architecture Centre Network, 2008
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Architecture Week Podwalks
These podwalks were produced for Architecture Week 2006. Download them onto your mp3 player and enjoy your own, private guided tour. Alternatively, you can listen to the commentary and imagine walking through the landscape. Either way, this is a great way to find out more about some of the UK’s most beautiful places.

Michele Noach Southbank to Covent Garden

Artist Michèle Noach takes you from the monumental South Bank Centre to the minute Phoenix Gardens in the heart of Covent garden, via Waterloo Bridge and Seven Dials, and ponders the benefits of moss and waterproof trousers.
Starting point: National Film Theatre
Finishing Point: Phoenix Gardens
Terrain: Easy. Suitable for wheelchair users
Duration: 45 minutes
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Wayne Hemingway Thames Gateway Podwalk
photograph by Jason Orton
Join designer Wayne Hemingway as he guides you along a spectacular part of the Thames, past mounds of shingle, under the magnificent Dartford bridge, over rediscovered Victorian cobbles and into the heart of the first of the major new regeneration schemes planned for the Thames Gateway.
Starting point: Greenhithe Station
Finishing Point: Greenhithe or Dartford Station
Terrain: Easy. Not suitable for wheelchair users
Duration: 2-3 hours
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Produced by Ruby Wright

One Comment

  1. I am using the Southwark podcast used in the 2008 LFA as a example methods in my Architecture dissertation and would appreciate it if someone could contact me via email ont he possibility of obtaining a form of transcript for this particular podcast

    Kind Regards,

    Katie


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  1. […] guided walks, debates and parties there is a series of excellent architectural podwalks produced by Ruby Wright. I did one about my neigbourhood, entitled ‘Backstreets of Southwark’. It was featured […]

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