FINALLY. I just watched the PBS doc on the Dover case "Judgment Day: Intelligent Design".
A short but helpful piece compiles a list of 10 problems exhibiting bias made in the doc.
But it's fine. It's not as if I expected anything much different. It's not as if I think the dogma of neo-Darwinism will be overturned overnight among the educational establishment - if indeed ever - and it's not as if I expect secularists to give opposing views a fair shake.
On a different note, you might find this entertaining - it's short and silly.