TERRIFIC history series When the Moors Ruled in Europe ( Sunday, 10pm, ABC) concludes with English historian Bettany Hughes examining the compelling history of the rise and fall of Islam in the West. Hughes looks at what the Christians sought to hide and destroy, debunking the arcane image of the Moor as a dark- skinned, diabolical enemy, and demonstrates how Muslims left an intellectual legacy that includes the idea of romantic love, mathematics, deodorant and erection creams. Hot Docs: The Angel Makers ( Tuesday, 11.05pm, SBS) is Astrid Bussink’s observational portrait of the women of Nagyrev in rural Hungary, who between 1914 and 1929 poisoned an estimated 300 people with the so- called flypaper method. It is a fascinating tale of life and death, and the eternal struggle between man and woman. Just as irresistible is Versailles Stories: Marketing MarieAntoinette ( Friday, 7.30pm, SBS), the story of the drive to refurbish Marie- Antoinette’s cherished private quarters in the Petit Trianon, where she entertained lavishly. Versailles’ president, charismatic Christine Albanel, is determined to transform the run- down estate into a big attraction and her team is going to re- create the French queen’s fragrance as a fundraiser. Catch part two of As It Happened: Six Days in June ( Friday, 8.30pm, SBS), a look at Israel’s victory in the Six Day War in 1967.