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Live action

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Television broadcasting of this year's Stirling Prize will be properly live for the first time (usually it is a day late in a pretend-live version). The decision reflects Channel 4's investment in the event, since an outside broadcast team will be more expensive than the previous format; the presenter will be Kevin McCloud of Grand Designs fame. The event is being held in London (the first time in the capital for three years), at the old Billingsgate fish market in the City of London, revamped by Richard Rogers Partnership many years ago and now used for dinners and exhibitions.

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