From the page: "Over the next few days a company will move offices; and British culture will be altered ever so slightly. We're talking, of course, about Television Centre, for 53 years the west London home of the BBC. On Sunday night it was the turn of BBC News to broadcast its last ever television bulletins from studio N6; by the end of this month the building will be closed. Buildings aren't meant to be magic; certainly not one plonked near a dual carriageway and run as amiably to seed as TVC. Yet for decades its postcode was the first learned by most children: W12 8QT being the land of competitions. It was the home of the Daleks, of Blue Peter and, yes, Top of the Pops. Staff may have moaned about the canteens (journalists never referred to the Filling Station by anything other than the Killing Station) and the vintage loos; but, really, this was where the magic of enlightening and entertaining television was made and shared with a country 窶" and the world."