I got through it. It was a tough, slow slog of a docudrama but it is the only thing that has dealt with the subject in detail. It comes in three one hour segments and, from what ai heard, the BBC gave this their best time slot, 9pm to 10pm, on the night it ran. What I think got to me was that it dealt primarily with all the feeling of the women involved, victims and advocates, but went a little light on the practical details.
There is one thing that bothers me. Feminists want to restructure sex offense trials to the point where testimony is given once and not subject to cross examination. They want to remove the adversarial nature of the court. This would require that we take accusers at their word, which I see as fraught with peril to justice for the accused.
Here is the first episode.
I wish that I could say better about it, but it disappoints.