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'I have to keep him in line. I wouldn't say I crack a whip, but this is the division of duties we decided on' Nina Libeskind on husband Daniel. New York Times, 30.7.04

'When a film comes with a big name and high expectations attached, grossly over time and budget and with the publicity people peddling furiously, you can be pretty certain it will be a turkey. And that, sadly, is the best way to describe the Scottish Parliament' Giles Worsley. Daily Telegraph, 4.8.04

'One rather famous architect told me recently: 'Cecil? Well, he wants to take over the world, doesn't he?'' Jay Merrick profiles Cecil Balmond. IoS, 8.8.04

'All that is required now is for the grinning figure of Monsieur P Y Gerbeau to be put in charge to try and sort the whole thing out' Richard Ingrams on the Diana memorial fountain. Observer, 8.8.04

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