David Mitchell; designer Ron Arad; Paul Nash exhibition; Michael Jackson's This Is It

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David Mitchell discusses his new comedy show The Bubble, in which comedians are locked away in a media-free zone for four days, then presented with a mixture of news stories which they must identify as either real or fake.

Paul Nash: The Elements is the first London exhibition of Nash's work since 1975 and includes paintings, watercolours and photographs from the whole of his career. Richard Cork reviews.

Ron Arad is perhaps best known for taking a car seat from a Rover in a scrap yard and attaching it to tubes of welded steel. On the eve of his first major UK exhibition, the London-based Israeli designer/artist/architect discusses his approach to the design of chairs, furniture and buildings.

Michael Jackson's This Is It, the documentary film of rehearsals for the 50 concerts that Jackson was set to give in London until his sudden death last year, has become the highest-grossing concert movie and documentary ever. Jacqueline Springer reviews the DVD.

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