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Statues and monuments: architect Peter Eisenman discusses Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial and we find out why France rejected a statue of Carla Bruni.
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The temporary city: author Peter Bishop joins us to look at transient urban trends in Manhattan and Tokyo.
Fantasy cities: Peter Murray tells us his vision for 2050, we hear about Beirut’s future plans and visit a comic artist in Paris.
Divided cities: from religion to economics, The Urbanist finds out why walls don’t work and how a flourishing neighbourhood doesn’t mean it’s any more neighbourly.
Business cities: Andrew Tuck speaks to commuters, planners and creatives in Sydney, Beijing, Paris and London to learn what makes a good place do business.
How to keep a city clean: we meet a London street sweeper, learn why Malmö ditched rubbish trucks and look at Milan’s graffiti problem.
Urban neighbours: the Chilean mayor re-housing dogs, an Australian whose garage sale have gone global and the San Francisco restaurateur who created a food park.
Rivers: Tom Bolton guides us down London’s lost waterways and we learn about plans to turn part of New York’s East River into a resort.
Crime and the city: the Chicago prison in a skyscraper, how Oslo street lighting prevents crime and a look at New York gangsters of old.
How New York is bringing back small businesses, urban researcher John Bingham-Hall on Detroit and Richard Florida on how to fix a city.