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Foresight The week ahead

17 March Tour of the Tube's landmark designs: An architectural tour, looking at memorable stations across the network. David Lawrence, author of A logo for London, takes a look at 1920's Morden station, Newbury Park on the Central Line and Canada Water and Stratford among the more recent works. At £25 per ticket, those who use the Tube during the working week may not feel too inclined to go whatever the merits of the tour. Alternatively, why not find out where it starts out from and just follow it around for the price of a travelcard.Details, Melanie Coombe at Architectural dialogue (020) 7267 7697

Open University - Wembley Stadium - Venue of Legends:Take a look at the history of the 78-year old Wembley Stadium designed by Owen Williams and now sadly to be demolished, twin towers and all.7.30am, BBC 2

18 March

Londoners: The London history series explores the Great Exhibition of 1851 when the Crystal Palace designed by Sir Joseph Paxton rose meteorically in Hyde Park. The glass structure proved a big hit with Londoners.5.10pm, ITV

Panorama: Four months after the worst floods in living memory, BBC sleuths expose why 85% of flood defences in certain regions give cause for concern.10.15pm, BBC1

20 March

The future of project partnering conference: The School of Business and Industrial Management presents a one day conference centering around the implications of PPC2000 launched by Sir John Egan.Details, (020) 7420 3500

I wish I'd thought of that: A look at the latest ingenious gadgets and business ideas.3pm, Channel 4. For more information go to

22 March

Changing Places - building a way out: Documentary about pioneering South Bristol Community Construction Company, which employs former drug addicts and prisoners to refurbish derelict shops and houses in the troubled Knowle West housing estate.4pm, Radio 4.

Real estates, regeneration:If your appetite for reviving depressed inner cities was whetted by Changing Places earlier this afternoon, you might want to check this out. It's a documentary about efforts to regenerate rundown urban areas, with a look at life in Salford, where people find themselves trapped in a spiral of plummeting property values, crime and dereliction.9.50pm, BBC1

26 March

It's my story, Green Line, Green Lanes: Nigel Wrench explores the 106km UN-patrolled 'green line' dividing the Greek and Turkish communities of Cyprus and compares it to Green Lanes, north London, where Greeks and Cypriots live side by side.8pm, Radio 4

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