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The RIBA/Independent programme of public lectures on architecture in service of the public realm continues this autumn. The subjects for discussion are the future of the Grand Midland Hotel and St Pancras station, how new architecture can regenerate forgotten areas of a city, the relocation of the ICA from the Mall to a bridge across the River Thames, and a long- term strategy for the Thames itself.

Wednesday 25 October Jonathan Glancey on St Pancras

Thursday 2 November Piers Gough on new hearts for old cities

Thursday 16 November Will Alsop on the future of the ICA

Thursday 14 December Richard Rogers on a strategy for the Thames

All lectures start at 7pm, Jarvis Theatre, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London W1N 4AD. Tickets are pounds 4 (pounds 2.50 students and concessions), available from the RIBA Bookshop by credit card booking on 0171-251 0791, or by cheque to the RIBA Architecture Centre at the above address.