In this hour-long programme, and also in his accompanying blog, Kimball takes a level-headed look at a number of well-known (and some not so well-known) cases. After the mass enthusiasm for UFOs created by fictional series like the X-Files, the resulting explosion of sensational 'documentaries', and outright hoaxes like the 'Alien Autopsy' footage, perhaps we will now start to see a more thoughtfu; and rational approach to ufology in the media. Despite including such contentious cases as Rendlesham, Kimball's film even appears to have been well received by many ufologists. Let's hope that this bodes well for the future of ufology.Thanks to the FT for the notice - one can only hope that the film is the beginning of a more thoughtful approach to the UFO phenomenon by my colleagues in the media. Time will tell.