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TOMORROW'S ARCHITECTS

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Compiled and introduced by Malcolm MacEwan
The first of five enquiries into education for some of the professions
What sort of men and women should tomorrow's architects be- designers, scientists, project managers, co-ordinators, researchers, specialists?-and how should they be educated to do their job and to fit into the design and building teams of the future?
Malcolm MacEwan discusses these questions with architects. students, and teachers
Speakers include:
JANE ABERCROMBIF., REYNER BANHAM GEOFFREY BROADBENT , PETER COOK ROGER GILL
NICHOLAS HARE. DENYS HINTON
ELIZABETH LAYTON , ALAN LIPMANN LORD LIEWELLYN-DAVIES JACK NAPPER , ALEX REID
KEN THORPE , SIR FREDERICK WARNER TOM WOOLLEY
Produced by Leonie Cohn
Tomorrow's Engineers, an enquiry by Gerald Leach : March 3
See page 39

Contributors

Introduced By: Malcolm MacEwan
Unknown: Malcolm MacEwan
Unknown: Reyner Banham
Unknown: Geoffrey Broadbent
Unknown: Peter Cook
Unknown: Roger Gill
Unknown: Nicholas Hare.
Unknown: Denys Hinton
Unknown: Elizabeth Layton
Unknown: Alan Lipmann
Unknown: Lord Liewellyn-Davies Jack Napper
Unknown: Alex Reid
Unknown: Ken Thorpe
Unknown: Sir Frederick Warner
Unknown: Tom Woolley
Produced By: Leonie Cohn
Unknown: Gerald Leach

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TOMORROW'S ARCHITECTS

BBC Radio 3, 24 February 1969 19.30






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