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It has been 10 years since the very first nationwide architectural 'celebration' was rolled out. Running in tandem with London's Architecture Biennale (see opposite), there are now more than 800 separate events on offer up and down the country. Activities include talks, walks, shows and visits around new buildings. Among the more unusual events is Architecture Week's first downloadable 'podwalk', narrated by Richard Rogers, and an Archi-jog around Newcastle's 'finest contemporary architecture.'


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