Channel 4 has certainly attracted an audience for architecture through its Stirling coverage. Perhaps it thinks they are very young.This might explain the presenter speaking very s-l-o-w-l-y. Everything had to be explained in s-i-m-p-l-e terms.
So the gridshell became a big peanut.The big point about the bridge was the fact local hero Kate Adie liked it, and it wasn't there when she was growing up.
Just fancy.The stereotyping of Germans in relation to David Chipperfield's exemplary office scheme suggested you couldn't get detailing like that anywhere else. Did the presenter look at the detailing in Lloyds Registry, or was he too busy worrying about chilled beams?