Can anyone spot what is wrong in the following sentence, from the Sunday Times Culture magazine?
In a preview of Monday evening's Conspiracy Road Trip: UFO's on BBC3 at 9pm, we are told about a Swindon man storing food in case of alien invasion:
"He is one of five Brits here who believe in extra-terrestorial encounters, conspiracy theories or official cover-ups about monsters. Will a journey to America and reasoned argument change their minds?"
With the probable exception of Pakistan, no country in the world is as receptive to conspiracy theories as the United States. What I don't get about conspiracy road trip is that in this series they look to challenge and/or debate the beliefs of those who accept creationism, 9/11 conspiracy theories or UFO's. And they do that by taking adherents to ................ the home of those belief systems, where they are more likely to be reinforced than critically discussed.
Still, it's a nice trip for the BBC staff involved.