You sometimes wonder why television doesn't just go the whole hog and screen the public birching of teenagers, such is its seeming desire to put right decades of wrong-headed parenting. In the meantime, we have Turn-About Ranch in Utah, whither swearing, stealing and parent-punching British adolescents are sent by their hitherto over-indulgent mamas and papas. The first series of Brat Camp won an Emmy, and the novelty in this second run is that the parents come too - after a decent interval - to try to learn which part of their offspring's brattishness they might have unwittingly nurtured.
HISTORY Auschwitz: the Nazis and the `Final Solution' (9pm BBC2)
Perhaps surprisingly, Auschwitz was a dream posting for SS men and women. The lure (apart from not being on the Eastern Front) was the riches to be stolen from the about-to-be-gassed prisoners.
FILM Greetings (12.20am BBC2)
Long before he hooked up with Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro was a regular in Brian De Palma's early films. This Godardian De Palma curio from the Vietnam war era has De Niro (above) dodging the draft in New York City.Reuse content