Photographer Yevgeny Khaldei.
The latest DVD releases.
The first of two films tonight starring Jeanne Moreau, to tie in with a Scene by Scene interview with the actress, is a drama about an unlikely menage-a-trois, set in the period 1912-33. Directed by Francois Truffaut. In French with English subtitles. Scene by Scene follows and The Lovers is at 10pm. Review page 64.
Jeanne Moreau. Considered by Orson Welles to be the greatest actress in the world,
Jeanne Moreau was the muse of French cinema in the 1960s. Here she reveals the stories behind the making of Jules et Jim, and explores sexual and intellectual freedom in her career and private life. With Mark Cousins.
The second of tonight's two films starring Jeanne Moreau is director Louis Malle's erotic chronicle of an adulterous relationship. In French with English subtitles.
Scholars and theologians discuss the issue that has divided the Church for centuries - what happened to the body of Jesus after it was taken down from the Cross? With Jeremy Vine.
The diva explores the "painted churches" of her native Romania and sings music from the Christian Orthodox tradition.