Episodes
Anna explores the town where she lives to see what problems exist and could be solved with town planning.
Published 11/16/17
Digital technology will be a big part of our future spaces – Anna and Agent Plan-It think about what these spaces might look like.
Published 11/16/17
Anna is thinking about how populations have changing needs, and that living spaces will need to change too.
Published 11/16/17
Agent Plan-It helps Anna find out about amenities and how they can be factored into any new town build.
Published 11/16/17
Anna learns more about how services such as transport links are planned in new areas.  All with the help of Agent Plan-It!
Published 11/16/17
Anna thinks about why it’s important to consider the environment when planning new towns – with the help of Agent Plan-It!
Published 11/03/17
Anna is looking at a map to find a place which might make a good location for a new town.  Agent Plan-It helps to explain why empty areas aren’t always ideal…
Published 11/02/17
Anna finds out about the different types of town planners – with the help of Agent Plan-It…
Published 11/01/17
Anna is wondering how town planners cope with increasing demand! Agent Plan-It helps explain that it’s not so different to gardening…
Published 10/31/17
Anna’s watching a YouTube clip about how New Towns were built in the war – and then hears a radio clip about the need for more houses.  It seems like an impossible problem – but then Agent Plan-It appears to help explain…
Published 10/30/17
When we talk about the future, we think of hoverboards and tall skyscrapers, right? Emily finds out whether there's any truth to these ideas... 
Published 05/02/16
Emily finds out more about the archiecture of the 1980's, a time of disco-balls, platform-shoes and the internet! 
Published 05/02/16
After the war, there was a need for a lot more houses! Emily, our 8 year-old architectural expert, finds out more about the post-war and 1950's period. 
Published 05/02/16
Today we're learning more about the 1920's, 30's and the art-deco movement. In just 20 years over 4 million new houses were built! Emily finds out more in our Guide to London's Architecture...
Published 05/02/16
The Edwardian period began in 1901 and accounts for most of our larger and more comfortable countryside houses! Emily finds out more! 
Published 05/02/16
From Tudors to the future, this is the complete guide to London's architecture. Today, Emily, our 8 year old architectural expert, finds out more about the arts and crafts movement! 
Published 05/02/16
Queen Victoria was on the throne at a time when London was expanding. She was on the throne for over 63 years so that's a long period of house building! Emily, our 8 year old architectural expert, discovers more...
Published 05/02/16
Georgian architecture is very prim, proper, and neat! Towns and cities were expanding during this time and there was a need to fit lots of houses in small spaces. This is where terraced houses come from! Emily, our 8 year old architectural expert, finds out more! 
Published 05/02/16
In the 18th and 19th century, the Gothic revival re-created a lot of architecture that has been around of centuries. Emily investigates! 
Published 05/02/16
Emily finds out all about Tudor buildings and architecture in London, some of which are over 118 years old!
Published 05/02/16