It seems as if there are not many skyscrapers in Britain. Is it true？And why is that? How many floors does the BBC building have？Are you satisfied to work in the building？
Many Chinese tourists in London might find the buildings in London much lower than the ones in Beijing or Shanghai. Why hasn't London got many skyscrapers in its city centre?
In this programme William and Wang Fei interview Dr Nancy Holman, a scholar in City Planning at LSE, and try to find out the reasons. You will also have a chance to listen to many Londoners' different opinions about London's skyscrapers.
How many floors does BBC building, Bush House, have? What do William and Wang Fei think of their office building? Find out in today's programme.
You will also learn a lot of useful words and expressions about architecture and city planning.