This programme does, at the very least, allow both the 'conspiracy' and 'lone assassin' camps to have equal access to 'the microphone'.
Principally, Mark Lane and Josiah Thompson get to express their reasons why they think that Oswald didn't kill JFK (or, at least, not on his own).
Priscilla McMillan and Norman Mailer offer their contrary thoughts.
There's no real 'in-depth' discussion about the finer technical details of the shooting, but all of the contributors are able to add their own personal perspectives, which is well worth seeing.
Hard-core assassination readers won't find anything new or particularly persuasive (pro or con) here. They will be able to hear from the various personalities, how the JFK assassination seemed to them whilst it was happening.
There were one or two old black-and-white newsreel clips that I hadn't seen before - and I thought that I'd seen them all.
The surreal Jim Garrison doesn't fare particularly well in this, by the way.
The final word is left to Norman Mailer. Although I don't agree 100% with the sage gentleman's analysis of Oswald's motive, I did really like his parting shot...
I won't spoil anyone's enjoyment by revealing what he said - but I most definitely did agree with that!