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A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales at the opening of the Museum of the Moving Image, The South Bank, London

15th September 1988

Well as Dickie Attenborough said, I can't believe either that this is actually happening, after what seems a very long time indeed of gestation. The whole thing has been rather like an elephantine pregnancy. But the result, I am sure, even though I haven't seen it yet and am invited to open it without…

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales at the Corporation of London Planning and Communication Committee's Annual Dinner, Mansion House, London

1st December 1987

My Lord Mayor, Mr Chairman, ladies and gentlemen, it is an honour for all of us, My Lord Mayor, to be in this magnificent room. We are often struck by the splendour in which the City houses its first citizen and the generous surroundings in which it entertains its guests, coming as I do from the more…

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales at the 150th anniversary of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Royal Gala Evening at Hampton Court Palace

30th May 1984

Ladies and gentlemen, it seems entirely appropriate in this anniversary year that the Royal Institute of British Architects should nominate Mr Charles Correa to The Queen to receive the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture. I have heard that he is a brilliant modern architect who has been responsible for…

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales titled Complementary Medicine, The British Medical Association, London

14th December 1982

I have often thought that one of the least attractive traits of various professional bodies and institutions is the deeply ingrained suspicion and outright hostility which they can exhibit towards anything unorthodox or unconventional. I suppose it is inevitable that something which is different should…