The BBC's Inside Out programme in the East has used suggestions from BBC Three Counties Radio listeners
There are many places across the three counties that have cultural or historical significance.
Hangar One at Cardington, The Point in Milton Keynes and the Odeon cinema in St Albans are all important buildings, but have fallen into disrepair over the years.
The BBC's Inside Out will feature unloved landmarks in it's programme on Monday 8 March 2010, at 7.30pm.
Listeners to BBC Three Counties have suggested places for the programme.
The Point in Milton Keynes is falling into disrepair
Marie contacted the Stephen Rhodes Breakfast Show to suggest the chalk lion cut into the field by Whipsnade Wildlife Park, could do with a bit of attention.
The lion was hand carved from a design by Mr. R.B. Brooke-Greaves to indicate the position of park. It was completed in 1933 and has since been used as the symbol of Bedfordshire.
Meanwhile Tim thought Cardington's airship hangars were in need of a little love. The hangars were built in the 1920s and housed airships like the giant R101 which crashed in France in 1930.
Hangar two is now used as a film studio, but hangar one which has recently been sold could do with some TLC.
MK's concrete cows have suffered over the years
In Milton Keynes it was the famous concrete cows, which were made in 1978 as a leaving present to Milton Keynes Development Corporation by artist in residence, Liz Leyh.
The cows were installed in Bancroft but they were recently given a more prominent grazing spot in Midsummer Place Shopping Centre. Over the years they have been kidnapped, placed in compromising poses and decapitated.
Inside Out with David Whiteley will be discussing our local landmarks and taking a closer look at stories from around the eastern counties at 19:30 on Monday 8 March 2010 on BBC One.
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