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Modern mischief

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Are there some mischievous producers at the BBC? Last week's showing of From Here to Modernity , the Kirsty Warkfronted show for the Open University, featured Prince Charles and his last-but-one stupid speech alienating the architectural profession, Wark observations on bricked-in windows at Poundbury and, interestingly, a section on the horrors of Post-Modernism. Wark interviewed Nick Grimshaw, who was railing against PoMo. But what was most intriguing was the first building chosen to illustrate what he was talking about. The scheme?

The MI6 building by Terry Farrell .Miaow!

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