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The BBC has announced a new lineup of architecture programmes.

The highlight will be a four-part series - for which timings are yet to be decided - called Britain's Best Buildings, which will explore Windsor Castle, Tower Bridge, Durham Cathedral and Blenheim Palace.

The BBC will also run its own 'Architecture Week' show the week after the Venice Biennale (which starts on 8 September), with reports from the event and three one-off programmes - also yet to be scheduled - called Return of the Architect. They will feature Michael and Patty Hopkins returning to Glyndebourne; 'Pop Goes the Museum', about Branson Coates' Sheffield National Centre for Popular Music; and 'Happy Architecture', featuring Will Alsop, Kathryn Findlay, Sean Griffiths of FAT and Piers Gough.

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