How should we accommodate housing expansion? Should we be building on greenfield or brownfield land?
Simon Jenkins , Columnist for The Guardian and Chairman of the National Trust.
Professor Sir Peter Hall (19 March 1932 – 30 July 2014), English Town Planner, Urbanist, Professor of Planning and Regeneration at UCL, President at the Town and Country Planning Association and the Regional Studies Association.
Martin Crookston, Urban Economist at LSE, Town Planner at University of Glasgow, Director of Urban Studio and member of the UK Government’s Urban Task Force.
Wayne Hemingway is co-founder of fashion label Red or Dead and HemingwayDesign.
Concreting the countryside audience Q&A
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A wildlife and natural history study of the Sami people in the Arctic Circle.
8 December 2021
Sue Watt takes us on a journey across the continent’s sub Saharan regions to show how vital sustainable tourism can be for the people and wildlife of these countries.
8 March 2021
At a time when independent travel seems like a distant memory, Rajesh reflects upon the glory of slow travel and how it will adapt in the future.
26 October 2020
Space and time on Earth are regulated by the prime (Greenwich) meridian, 0'. Before the 1880s more than 25 prime meridians were in use, resulting in problems of global measurement that engaged geographers, astronomers and navigators.
13 March 2017
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