A month ago I previewed Arabella Dorman's forthcoming exhibition at Frost & Reed in London: Frontlines - Images from Iraq (CLICK). It opened yesterday and BBC News has posted an excellent slide show by Stuart Hughes and Paul Kerley (title link). We've all seen those ghastly TV art programmes in which some potty prof. pontificates about his prejudices while intrusive music thumps our ears and the camera jumps all over the place because the producer doesn't want to bore his audience with static art. Well, Hughes and Kerley show TV how it should be done. After a few photos of artist Arabella Dorman with the troops, the show glides from one key exhibit to the next while Arabella provides the voiceover, unpretentiously explaining her aims in a pleasant, articulate voice. Highly recommended. All producers of art programmes on TV should be forced to watch it. Potty profs too. And artists!