This one's excellent -
This one is also excellent. It was published way back in 1975 but has the bonus of being written by key people involved in the project - Werner Von Braun, George Low, Thomas Paine, James Webb etc
It was updated and republished in 2009. The pictures shows the 1975 edition - which I have. I still pull it down off the shelf to read it today.
If you are interested in the lunar science caried out by Apollo, this book is probably the best out there -
From a TV documentary point of view, I would highly recommend the Discovery Channel's "Moon Machines" which covers the development of key components of the technology, the Saturn booster, the Command/Service Module, the Lunar Module, the navigation system and the Lunar Rover.
Also highly recommended are these two gems from 1979. The were shown by the BBC on the night of the 10th Aniversary of the Apollo 11 landing. They are hosted by the former BBC Apollo anchor man - James Burke.
"The Men Who Walked on teh Moon".http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ftL4X0Hxps&fea...
"The Other Side of the Moon".http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6TCof6ASFg&NR=...
The second programme is probably the best exposé of the background politics and risks that lay behind Apollo.