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Mediawatch: Prince Charles at the RIBA

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The Prince’s visit to the RIBA as seen on TV, on radio and online

The Telegraph, 13 May 2009
A look at how ten buildings criticised by the Prince Charles in the last 25 years have fared - ‘The Prince of Wales on architecture: his 10 ‘monstrous carbuncles’

The Guardian, 13 May 2009
Jonathan Glancey describes the Prince’s ‘bridge-building’ speech at the RIBA last night ‘as smooth-skinned as Scarlett Johansson

The Times, 12 May 2009
Tom Dyckhoff goes with ‘An apology of sorts, but he’s the same old deluded Prince’

Associated Press, 12 May 2009
Fears of a mass ‘no show’ by angry architects unwarranted - UK architects’ boycott of Prince Charles fizzles

Channel 4 News, 12 May 2009
RIBA president, Sunand Prassad, AJ editor, Kieran Long and architect Robert Adam discuss the Prince’s speech on Channel 4 News

Sky News, 12 May 2009
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Kieran Long, editor of the AJ and the Guardian’s Jonathan Glancey debate whether Prince Charles is good for architecture


Today programme, 12 May 2009
Listen at the BBC iPlayer (Section starts at 1hr 41mins 50secs)
Royal correspondent Peter Hunt looks back to Prince Charles’s speech to the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1984

Good Morning Scotland, 12 May 2009
Listen at the BBC iPlayer (Section starts at 2hr 41mins 40secs)
AJ editor Kieran Long discusses the Prince’s forthcoming RIBA speech

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