It's, in total, 12 youtube videos, I think perhaps three-parts and each part has four 15 minute videos. I watched it as a playlist so that I didn't have to keep on clicking through to the next one. Here's the first part of the first episode:
The really interesting thing I found about this comes within the first few minutes. The presenter, a fairly slim, healthy looking guy, has an MRI done to look at the levels of fat in his body and the although the subcutaneous fat is about as expected, the levels of fat around his organs are about double what a healthy amount is considered to be. Interesting to know that not all fat is the same.
And I very much like this quote from the final part:
"Putting the food industry at the policy table is like putting Dracula in charge of the blood bank." Professor Simon Capewell, University of Liverpool
Well worth a look, even if it mostly just involves the same conclusions and the usual obfuscation from politicians and the food industry.