For entertainment, there is a documentation by BBC called "The ghost in your genes" which seems to cover the basic findings. I embed the first of 4 parts on youtube:
Moreover, there is an inaugural lecture by Professor Paro at the ETH Zürich.
There is also a bunch of papers in different levels of detail and specialization, I didn't read all of them yet:
- Jablonka, E. und Lamb, MJ. (2002): The Changing Concept of Epigenetics. In: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 891
- Bradbury, J. (2003): Human Epigenome Project—Up and Running. In: PLoS Biol.