Jeff Koons interview, Phedre on the cinema screen; tributes to Michael Jackson

The American artist Jeff Koons discusses copyright and using images of Popeye in his latest show, his attitude to money and the art market and how swimming in the ocean with his father inspired some of his large sculptures.

Pianist Julian Joseph, music producer Pete Waterman and tv critic Alkarim Jivani look back at three moments in Michael Jackson's career.

And how the audience in Kettering responded to a cinema screening of the National Theatre production of Phedre. Mark Lawson reports on the experience and talks to artistic director Nicholas Hytner about the NT Live project.

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