Nearly two years after the death of Princess Diana in a high-speed Paris car crash, conspiracy theories over her demise continue to rage. The official verdict from French investigators concluded 'no one left alive is to blame'. Only the driver, Henri Paul, who died in the crash, could have been held responsible 'for excess speed and poor control of the vehicle'. Officials say Paul was travelling at between 118 kilometres-per-hour and 155kph in his attempt to lose photographers in pursuit. Tests revealed no defects in the car. An autopsy revealed an alcohol level in Paul's blood which exceeded drink-driving laws, as well as traces of prescription drugs. Last year, former British spy Richard Tomlinson told the judge investigating the case that Paul had worked for British intelligence, although this has not been proved. Earlier this month, Mohammed al-Fayed, father of Dodi Fayed who also died in the crash, claimed in a magazine article that Prince Philip ordered the deaths. Al-Fayed, owner of Harrods department store, was further quoted in a British newspaper saying he was sure the prince was a Nazi sympathiser. He has repeatedly said the crash was staged by British intelligence because 'the royal family were opposed to Diana having a Muslim boyfriend'. Even more bizarrely, other theories have suggested Diana walked away from the crash and the public eye, longing for a private life. This theory, although far-fetched, may hold some weight as I have never seen pictures of her body at the crash site. Seems strange since several photographers were present. Sounds like a conspiracy to me. For the brief time she was around, the princess breathed new life into the stodgy image of the Windsor family and she is remembered fondly in the retrospective, Diana: Queen Of Hearts (World, 10pm). The programme chronicles her life and charity work and features interviews with family, friends and world leaders remembering 'England's rose'. Woody Allen's films in recent years have always seemed to have a semi-autobiographical tone and Husbands And Wives (Pearl, 9.35 pm) bares a lot of parallels to the great comic's personal life. The film tells the story of married couple Gabe and Judy Roth (Allen and then-partner Mia Farrow), who are disturbed to find out their friends, Jack and Sally (Sydney Pollack and Judy Davis), are splitting up. The breakup places stress on their own relationship in this character study of marriage. For live sport, ESPN has a baseball double-header starting at 7.30am with the Texas Rangers visiting the Cleveland Indians. At 10.30am, San Diego play host to the New York Mets. At 1am, also on ESPN, top amateur golfers tackle the famed Pebble Beach layout at the US Amateur Golf Championships.