"Top Gear" (the English one, not that poseur American version) is one of my favorite TV programs.
One of the presenters, James May, is an avid Space enthusiast.
He did a spectacular show a few years ago on the 40th anniversary of the Apollo Moon landings.
He's also one of the few civilians to get a ride on the trainer version of the U2 aircraft, and did a film about it.
It's quite entertaining in a low-key sort of way, and I found it quite enjoyable to watch.
These days, 70,000 feet isn't considered the "Edge of Space", but he also explains that.