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Britain's Closest Encounters 

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Anthony Head ...  Himself - Narrator 4 episodes, 2008
Tara Quinn Tara Quinn ...  Katie Coombs 4 episodes, 2008
David Clarke David Clarke ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2008
Nick Pope ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2008
Chris French Chris French ...  Himself 2 episodes, 2008
Jenny Randles Jenny Randles ...  Herself 2 episodes, 2008
Andy Roberts Andy Roberts ...  Himself 2 episodes, 2008
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Not one for the conspiracy theorists
19 June 2011 | by p-griffin-84-124881See all my reviews

If you've already made your mind up that the planet has already been infiltrated by aliens and that ET was a documentary then avoid this programme at all costs. Whilst not one of the best documentaries on the subject this is eminently watchable for the honesty with which those who have seen something weird are given the opportunity to tell their stories with no interference. If anything the sceptics do make them look foolish with some of their attempted explanations, a large glowing object reported by one witness dismissed as "a poacher's lamp" on a mountain three miles away, presumably the world's dimmest poachers out with lamp of that intensity! Another witness, a copper at that, whose sighting was dismissed by the sceptic with an explanation perhaps dafter that the UFO. Not going to spoil it but the cynic's explanation certainly had me guffawing. Seasoned US Army personal mistaking a lighthouse for a UFO or meteors somehow managing to weave their way through a forest. Al that was missing was the marsh gas! The one complaint I must register is the way the episodes jump around from incident to incident, hopping back and forth and losing the train too often. Much better to examined one incident in a half or full hour programme than the disjointed way in which this was done.


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