In Victoria Glendinning's affectionate tribute to the bellied and the bulgy (A Life in Architecture, AJ 4.10.01) you say that Broadcasting House was 'designed by Val Myers and Watson Hart'. Val Myer, as architect had, for chief collaborators, the BBC's civil engineer MTTudsbery and Raymond McGrath as 'the decoration consultant'. A further 16 designers, engineers, artists and makers are credited in the BBC's 1932 celebratory book Broadcasting House - but no Watson Hart. There are Hampstead Garden Suburb cottages by F JWatson Hart. Is he the one referred to?
Robert Hornung, London W5