The BBC special was good. The story was clearly embargoed well in advance so there'd been plenty of time to prepare, which is when the BBC does well.
On a related note, Baroness Chakrabarti has not improved her terrible webcam set-up from Newsnight last week.
Do wonder how many people are permitted to know of such embargoes. Sure I've seen documentaries about some in the past where it might only be the newsreader and a producer or even more senior member, and even then the newsreader may only learn the detail just before it airs.
Stay Home. Protect the NHS. Save Lives.