Richard Rogers

Lord Rogers of Riverside is a life peer in the House of Lords and a British architect.

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More than 1,000 children a month are being injured on local roads around British schools, according to figures

The Government must act now to make our roads safer for children

Last year 33 children died on Britain's roads, and over a thousand more were injured. This cannot continue

Podium: People at the heart of urban design

From a speech given by the architect to the Socialist Environment and Resources Alliance

THIS IS TOMORROW

In an exclusive extract from his new book, Richard Rogers (below) offers a blueprint for the city of the future

Letter : Overworked junior doctors save money

Sir: The Government's desire to renege on the New Deal agreement and to increase junior doctors' maximum working hours is hardly surprising ("Ministers want doctors to work 83-hour weeks", 28 November).

Letter: Role of the Fine Arts Commission

Sir: In response to your comments ("The Byzantine oddity in stylish world of its own", 22 May) on Sir Geoffrey Chipperfield's leaked report on the Royal Fine Art Commission, can I put in a word for the organisation?

THE REITH LECTURES : The imperfect form of the new

Architecture must resist the tyranny of the bottom line, says Richard Rogers. Only by tailoring buildings to the changing needs of people and the environment can we sustain the public life of our cities

Learning to live with the city

l The Reith Lectures l The architect Richard Rogers argues that the decaying fabric of urban life must be transformed into a sustainable, civilising environment - if we are to avert catastrophe
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