Sky has revealed that from June 3 all Sky Movies channels, Sky One and Sky One Mix 'will be able to broadcast 16:9 widescreen programming.' What this rather ambiguous phrase amounts to is that Sky Movies will show around 280 different films in widescreen, including approximately 20 new titles every month. Widescreen premieres for June are set to include Heist, Ali, Behind Enemy Lines, Moulin Rouge as well as classics Carlito's Way and the original Planet of the Apes. Home cinema fans can also rejoice in the fact that again from June 3 Sky will make Dolby Digital 5.1 available for films on Sky Movies Premier 1, 2 and 3. With around 130 different titles every month on these channels, this should give people with home cinema systems and Sky+ boxes (which have the necessary 5.1 digital audio output) loads more 5.1 fodder than is currently being shown. The situation with regards to Sky One and Sky One Mix is a little more vague, with Sky just confirming that widescreen is being introduced on Sky One and Sky One Mix and that 'details of widescreen programming will be announced nearer to the transmission dates'. Another bit of good news if you hadn't already spotted it is that Sky has started making it clear on its EPG which movies are being shown in Dolby Digital 5.1 just look out for the letters 'DD' in a movie's information panel.