On the box


A Most Remarkable Planet: Monkeys in the mist —> The story of one group of colobus monkeys set in the mists of Mount Meru, one of Africa's highest volcanoes. ABC, Sunday, June 5, 6.00pm.

True Stories: Normandy: the Great Crusade — On June 6, 1944, the greatest invasion fleet in history attacked the beaches of Normandy. Marking the 50th anniversary, The Great Crusade tells the human side of the invasion. Bringing together home movies, snapshots, letters and news broadcasts, it views the war from the perspective of the civilians and ordinary people who were caught up in it. ABC, Sunday, June 5, 8.30pm.

Fine Cut: Silverlake Life: The view from here —> After being diagnosed with AIDS, film maker Tom Joslin and his long-time lover Mark Massi decided to shoot this video diary. It has become a first hand chronicle of what it is like to live with the disease. SBS, Monday, June 6, 11.05pm.

As it Happened: D-Day to Berlin —> With footage shot by President Eisenhower's Special Coverage Unit, this documentary presents an account of the war's last year. SBS, Thursday, June 9, 8.30pm.

(All times are AEST.)

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