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Mike Davies of the Richard Rogers Partnership lifted the spirits with a first-rate lecture on the Millennium Dome at the Royal Society of Arts this week. There is nothing to beat hearing a story straight from the horse's mouth, and this is a remarkable one, with a cast list of hundreds, intense co-operative working, technical innovation, political and funding dramas galore - it would make a great film. In the week that Shakespeare in Love deservedly won its clutch of Oscars, the comparison ...

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