Greg Bishop, radio host / author / paranormalist, has conducted some excellent interviews over the years with one of the seminal figures of the UFO scene in the 1980s, Bill Moore (of Roswell / MJ-12 fame, or infamy, depending on your perspective). A lot of people think Moore is a pretty slippery character, and maybe he is given his involvement with AFOSI, and the Bennewitz affair, and so forth. But he also still has some interesting, pointed, and relevant things to say about UFOs, and ufology, that are worth a listen.
For example, here's an excerpt from an interview that Greg conducted with Moore way back in 1993 (with whom I corresponded while making Do You Believe in Majic, and found to be quite friendly, although he ultimately declined my request to be interviewed for the film):
"MOORE: ...One thing that I find the most outrageous...actually there are two things. One is that most of the people who are into UFO research are their own worst enemies. They sabotage their own efforts before they even get under way through ignorance in how to proceed. Through a preconceived position of "well this is what I'm going to find, so if I find anything that doesn't fit, I'll ignore it." and by broadcasting far and wide exactly what they're doing, and by their blind belief that in what the Freedom Of Information Act is going to get them. What happens is when you tell somebody what you know, it immediately shows up on the (UFO rumor) grapevine. If you've told your friends, you've told everybody. If there's anything to it, people who are custodians of the information can detect where it came from immediately, and will rush to protect it... The other thing that bothers me is that the greater portion of the UFO community exists to feed off itself. In other words, they don't want to find an answer--they want to find more questions."
That's Bill Moore - always controversial, always stirring the pot... and sometimes making sense, at least about some things. Just remember to carefully separate the wheat from the chaff.
For more of Greg's interviews with Moore, including more recent ones, check out Greg's website, The Excluded Middle.