seen... Hanna-Barbera Artwork. Scooby Doo and the gang may not appear museum material at first glance; every episode was the same. But it was comforting to know that the supernatural villain would turn out to be just a human sporting a rubber mask, who would have gone free if not for the interference of our plucky gang. Those and all your favourite toons on display. Ends today. Museum of the Moving Image, South Bank, London SE1. Open 10am-6pm (0171-401 2636).

read... Double Dip by Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield (Simon & Schuster, pounds 16.99). I'll speak plainly, I love Ben & Jerry. Not only do they make possibly the best ice-cream ever sold, but they manage to do so in an ethical, non-big-business way. This book describes their management philosophy and the history of their company. If only it came with a free pint.

seen... "Don McCullin: Sleeping with Ghosts". As a photojournalist, McCullin has covered the major war stories of the 1960s and 1970s. But he has also covered the religious festivals in India and homelessness in London. See 250 of his images on display. Ends Sunday.

Barbican Centre, London EC2 (0171-382 7105).