From reading elsewhere the 30 min Special was anything but. Rather than 30 mins analysing what had gone on today, it was by all accounts mostly general brexit stuff, vox pops, stuff about other parties policies etc.
They obviously decided it was such a big story they had to do a news special but then didn’t really come up with what to put into it.
They also had both parties being reluctant to put up high profile representatives for interview.
Not sure I would call what I saw last night interviews, Neil asking the same question over and over after getting a reasonable answer didn't make for great TV.
Didn't see the programme, but the broadcasters, even when they have hard recorded evidence of duplicity etc, stop short of confronting the interviewees with it and chucking them under a bus.
Ironically the only person I can think of in recent times, was BBC DG George Entwistle who resigned after being interviewed by John Humphrys over the Savile affair